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Hirokazu Sawamura stands at a height of 1.83 m
Hirokazu Sawamura is a Japanese Major League Baseball pitcher who currently pitches for the Boston Red Sox. He formerly played for the Yomiuri Giants and Chiba Lotte Marines in Nippon Professional Baseball.
He throws and bats right-handed and is listed as 6 feet 0 inches and 212 pounds.
Sawamura signed a two-year, $3 million contract with the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball on February 16, 2021.
On April 2, he made his Major League Baseball debut, pitching in relief against the Baltimore Orioles. On April 23, he pitched 1+13 innings of scoreless relief against the Seattle Mariners, earning his first MLB win.
Due to right triceps discomfort, Sawamura was placed on the injured list on July 23 and returned to the Red Sox on July 30.
On August 31, he was placed on the COVID-related list, and on September 13, he returned to the team.
Sawamura made 55 bullpen appearances for Boston during the regular season, with a 5–1 record with a 3.06 ERA and striking out 61 batters in 53 innings.
He pitched in three playoff relief appearances, all in the American League Championship Series, and only allowed one run in two innings.
NBC Sports picked up on Sawamura’s performance of an Alicia Keys song that Eduardo Rodrguez had shared on his Instagram account.