Kikuchi Yusei sleeps 14 hours a day, and the reporters accompanying the team are so envious.AFP
[Lin Zhijie/Comprehensive Report]Toronto Blue Jays Japanese left-hander Yusei Kikuchi started in the game against the New York Yankees yesterday. However, he only pitched 5 innings in the game before exiting due to cramps. After the game, he blamed his sleep for this condition. There was not enough time, but when the media heard how many hours he slept every day, they were all surprised!
Yusei Kikuchi played against the Yankees yesterday. He only allowed 1 run in 5 innings of pitching and struck out 7 times. When he entered the 6th inning, he had only used 82 pitches, but later he was hit by a diagonal left. Muscle cramps left the game early, but the Blue Jays hit three home runs in this game, and the bullpen pitchers took turns to defend the game. In the end, the Blue Jays won 7-1, and he also won his 10th game of the season. Winning shot.
“The Athletic” Blue Jays team reporter Kaitlyn McGrath interviewed Kikuchi Yusei after the game yesterday, and then posted a tweet: “Kikuchi Yusei believes that although he retired from cramps this time, he will leave the game first. It will be fine. The biggest revelation is that he said it may be because he only slept for 11 hours last night instead of the usual 13 to 14 hours.”
McGrath seemed a little envious when she heard about Kikuchi Yusei’s sleep time. She reluctantly said that after getting up at 4 a.m., she might not even get 14 hours of sleep in the next two days, ” Kikuchi said he went to bed at 11pm and slept until 1pm the next day, but whatever the case, all this meant was that I had to write a full 3,000-word feature on Kikuchi’s sleep schedule at some point. “
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