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  1. Yusei Kikuchi (菊池 雄星, Kikuchi Yūsei, Japanese pronunciation: [ki̥kɯtɕi jɯꜜːseː], born June 17, 1991) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB).

  2. Yusei Kikuchi. Position: Pitcher. Bats: Left • Throws: Left. 6-0 , 210lb (183cm, 95kg) Team: Toronto Blue Jays (majors) , in Morioka, High School: Hanamaki Higashi (Iwate, Japan) March 21, 2019 (Age 27-277d, 21,814th in major league history) vs. OAK 4.2 IP, 4 H, 3 SO, 1 BB, 1 ER.

  3. Fullname: Yusei Kikuchi. Nickname: U Say. Born: 6/17/1991 in Morioka, Japan. High School: Hanamaki Higashi, Iwate, JPN. Debut: 3/21/2019. View More Bio Info +. Batting. Pitching.

  4. View the profile of Toronto Blue Jays Starting Pitcher Yusei Kikuchi on ESPN. Get the latest news, live stats and game highlights.

  5. 6 days ago · Kikuchi 'a little embarrassed' after on-field collision with A's Soderstrom. June 10th, 2024. Sonja Chen. @ sonjamchen. OAKLAND -- It was a play that only could have happened at the Coliseum. The Blue Jays had just taken the lead on Isiah Kiner-Falefa's bases-clearing double in the 10th inning of their eventual 6-4 win, and they were looking to ...

  6. 2 days ago · Yusei Kikuchi’s ‘crazy’ collision, Dodgers-Yankees classics, and blowing a 15-1 lead. Boy, what a week. Baseball in London wasn’t like baseball in Queens at all. …. And there was a game ...

  7. Jun 1, 2024 · Blue Jays lefty Yusei Kikuchi debuted a new curveball one year ago. He's been one of MLB's best pitchers since. Read more at MLB Trade Rumors.

  8. Yusei Kikuchi. Position: Starting Pitcher Bats: Left • Throws: Left 6-0, 210lb (183cm, 95kg) Team: Toronto Blue Jays (majors) Born: June 17, 1991 in Morioka, Japan jp. High School: Hanamaki Higashi (Iwate, Japan) Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 2019 season

  9. Yusei Kikuchi career pitching statistics for Major League, Minor League, and postseason baseball

  10. Jun 25, 2023 · Sundays 12-1 win was the best of Kikuchi, whose seven innings on 101 pitches are both new highs since he joined the Blue Jays. Yes, this came against the last-place A’s and a lineup of OPS that resemble AL East winning percentages, but the eye test and the numbers agree.

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