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Chico Outlaws Sign Knuckleballer Eri Yoshida

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Chico Outlaws Sign Knuckleballer Eri Yoshida


1st Female Baseball Player in 10 years in USA Male Team
Female Japanese Kuckle Ball Pitcher Eri Yoshida

Female Japanese Kuckle Ball Pitcher Eri Yoshida

www.kayokoyoshikai.com
Eighteen-year-old rookie pitcher Eri Yoshida is only 5 foot 2 inches tall and 115 pounds Japanese girl but is a phenomenal female knuckleballer. Eri is powerful enough to be scouted by a Golden Baseball League and picked up from a Japanese team. It was only two years ago when she was 16 and in high school when she was scouted as the 1st female to play pro ball in Japanese history. How fast is that for a little girl to be promoted to USA team? Eri was taught baseball by her older brother as well as being inspired and encouraged by Tim Wakefield’s knuckleball throw. Eri decided she could make it as a baseball player if she could master the knuckleball like Tim Wakefield. Now Eri Yoshida’s knuckleball pitching is getting more attention than her older brother who is a professional baseball player in Japan. A reporter who traveled with her commented that Eri Yoshida is a gutsy, independent girl who goes at her own pace.
Eri commented, “ I am grateful for this opportunity to pitch for the Chico Outlaws. This is a dream come true for me, and I hope I can contribute to the team and help them win as I continue to improve as a pro baseball player”.
What a courageous soul! Eri is a polite young girl who is well grounded. I see her as a strong life force with a bright smile and gutsy determination. Imagine, how many young girls are inspired by Eri’s action! Go Eri! Go!
Watch out for this powerful knuckleballer young girl in Golden Baseball League!

http://www.goldenbaseball.com/chico/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Wakefield

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