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  • Опубліковано 26 вер 2023
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  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 3 місяці тому +762

    Thank you for another interesting video this week!

  • ihy tj
    ihy tj 3 місяці тому +688

    Trevor’s awkwardness trying to talk and listen to Japanese speakers is the most entertaining thing I’ve watched this week

    • CFSportsClub
      CFSportsClub 3 місяці тому +15

      I lived there for 4 1/2 years... unless you know them personally for a while... it's like that with most of them. They make it awkward lol

    • Wavxy
      Wavxy 3 місяці тому +14

      @CFSportsClub bruh you lucky mf I need to get tf out of New York 🤣

    • Maurice W
      Maurice W 3 місяці тому +11

      He's getting better and like that he's putting in the effort. Some foreigners will only speak English and get mad when Japanese people don't.

    • jason moser
      jason moser 3 місяці тому +17

      the secret is just to talk slow and pause a lot to allow them to process it. so you start of saying hello or konichiwa. pause then slowly say what you want in Japanese or English. the first thing to do though is the 'aisatsu' - greetings. This puts them in the mindset right away that this person 'you' are a polite person. I speak fluent Japanese and lived here for 28 years. I follow the same rules. Start off polite and take it slow. This applies everywhere though doesn't it - You are nervous and they are nervous so just go slow. Japanese are a busy people but they love going slow.

    • Dixin Buttz
      Dixin Buttz 3 місяці тому


  • おみさしる
    おみさしる 3 місяці тому +111

    This channel is turning into such a great resource for any baseball player interested in playing in Japan. The pros and cons are hard to wrap your head around when you've never been to the country, but this really shows a candid look into the everyday life of a pro baseball player.

  • Extraordinary Bluesky
    Extraordinary Bluesky 3 місяці тому +355

    You are a rare presence who shows the real behind-the-scenes of a baseball player. That's why you have managed to cultivate a fan base, and this is harder to attain than good stats.

      KING’S REVENGE 3 місяці тому +1


  • Kostas Kotoulas
    Kostas Kotoulas 3 місяці тому +266

    I always love it when Trevor analyzes the mechanics of pitching. Keep forgetting that he was an engineering major in UCLA and it makes total sense that he would approach pitching this way.

    • vakdjfnfielcnsjao
      vakdjfnfielcnsjao 3 місяці тому +11

      That also speaks to him being the nerd infiltrating athletes haha

    • Luke Chernesky
      Luke Chernesky 3 місяці тому +1

      no he wasn’t, there’s no such thing as an engineering major

    • Brian Stuart
      Brian Stuart 3 місяці тому +1

      @vakdjfnfielcnsjao that's probably one of the reasons I like him. While not at his level, I was a nerd who infiltrated baseball. Collected comics, played D&D, and was the starting catcher for my high school and college teams.

    • Bryan Winchell
      Bryan Winchell 3 місяці тому +1

      @Brian Stuart Hey fellow Bri/yan ... totally agree and had a similar experience, though my crafty lefty pitching (think Mariner's Jaime Moyer in his prime and bring it down to HS...that was me, a slow-ball, command specialist with more pitches than I had pubic hairs...lol. A writer's exaggeration, there.
      Anyway, Trevor's a genius videomaker, IMHO. His channel is excellent for all those reasons and more!

    • Smitty C2007
      Smitty C2007 3 місяці тому

      ​@KING’S REVENGE no 😂😂

  • huffingcat
    huffingcat 3 місяці тому +343

    this is one of the most interesting yt channels. Dont really watch baseball but your whole journey is insane

      KING’S REVENGE 3 місяці тому +3


    • terruño or bust
      terruño or bust 3 місяці тому +2

      Insane is putting it lightly!

    • sang vo ba
      sang vo ba 3 місяці тому


  • Steph O
    Steph O 3 місяці тому +67

    I love this channel. Been following since Cincinnati. No one shows you behind the scenes like Trevor does. Amazing how down to earth Trevor is, too!

  • Captain Smokie
    Captain Smokie 3 місяці тому +37

    No matter what you do I’ll always be proud of you Trevor, I know you will acclimatize to the different style of baseball in Japan it all takes time and you always put in the work to be better too. Hope you feel better man!

  • schemea
    schemea 3 місяці тому +74

    We don’t have a “comic book store” culture like in the States. If you are looking for manga (Japanese comics), you can just go to regular bookstores at any train station mall and find most of them. Kinokuniya or Tsutaya would also be the place to go. Book-Off is also great for used comics and books.
    Akihabara specializes in Doujinshi (fan-written comics based on popular manga, anime, games, etc), figurines and games that are not quite suitable for 18 and under as you have experienced.

  • JoJo’s Twin
    JoJo’s Twin 3 місяці тому +26

    These videos are not only fun and interesting to see what a baseball player does in their free time in Japan, but very educational with how you break down pitching. Please keep these videos up and I wish you the best.

  • Pumpkin Hill
    Pumpkin Hill 3 місяці тому +98

    For arcades, it sounds like you might like Round One. The Round One Stadium in Odaiba (Diver City) especially has lots of special physical and sports games/activities. The term for any game with a physically interactive element is “taikan game” (体感ゲーム).
    Basically though, you might have to go to quite a few arcades before you find your home. Arcades in Japan tend to specialize quite a bit, each catering to its own small niche.
    As for anime and game culture, Trader was a good find! I also like the big Mandarake in Akihabara. But also you should go to Nakano Broadway, really nice place to wander around. After that the area around Ikebukuro is also great with its own unique vibe. 👾

    • Omar M.
      Omar M. 3 місяці тому +6

      +1 for Round One, so many physical games and even a batting cage

    • Billy
      Billy 3 місяці тому +2

      Why did he get kicked out of that one arcade place?

    • うっかり八兵衛
      うっかり八兵衛 3 місяці тому +6

      ( 日本にはエッチな漫画やアニメがたくさんたくさんあります! 🎉🎉🎉)

    • Billy
      Billy 3 місяці тому +2

      @うっかり八兵衛 I’m sorry but I have no clue what this says haha

    • Deon Wright
      Deon Wright 3 місяці тому +3

      @Billy he basically said Trevor left one of the places on his own because he realized they were selling 18+ Manga not the comics he was looking for hence the blurred out poster

  • Sato Yoshi
    Sato Yoshi 3 місяці тому +15

    Hi Bro, congrats for the second W! What we want to watch is not an easy success story, but success over the toll wall, built over thorough analysis, principles & strategy.
    We strongly believe you are the one who can take us to all the real success stories that none of us have ever seen!
    Now all people in Japan love you, you are accepted as a family member.
    Look forward to taking steps together for the journey of the success 👍

  • code.
    code. 3 місяці тому +32

    Thank you for another interesting video this week!
    It seems that Mr. Bauer needs a nerd guide.
    I think it would be easier to get permission to film if we had a Japanese guide.
    It is fun to go into small stores by hand, though,
    I would like you to go to better stores and introduce the great things about Japan to American people.
    As for glove making, there is a workshop that repairs and remakes baseball gloves, so why don't you visit there?
    As for the game video, in the case of Japan's Central League, it is owned by a company commissioned by each baseball team, so it is not easy to get a good picture of the game,
    However, in the case of BayStars' home games, the team manages the copyright directly, so I think it is possible to obtain permission.
    Incidentally, the videos uploaded to UAclips by each team are licensed to other users by Google's terms of use.
    Since each team uploads their highlight videos to UAclips, I think it would be possible to incorporate them into the video with a link.
    Also, there is a 3-minute rule that is customary for Japanese broadcasters.
    This rule says that sports footage for which they do not have the rights is allowed to be used within 3 minutes.
    In addition, there is an exception to the three-minute rule in Japanese copyright law called the "right of quotation.
    The quotation must be "in accordance with fair practice," 2. within a "legitimate scope" for the purpose of the quotation, and 3. the quoted material must be a "published work.
    As long as the above conditions are met, you have the right to quote the video.
    You have the right to quote a short clip from a broadcast (especially a free broadcast) in which you yourself appear for the purpose of commentary on a play,
    This is a legitimate exercise of your right.
    It is unlikely that you will actually be sued for infringement of your rights, unless it is for the purpose of a slap lawsuit by a company hostile to you.
    And we believe that even in the unlikely event of a lawsuit, the likelihood of losing is extremely low.
    ( * The legal opinion is my personal opinion and I cannot guarantee its accuracy. If you wish to make a strict judgment, please consult an attorney or other specialist. )
    * I commented the same content in Japanese on the Japanese version.

  • Brisbane Baseball
    Brisbane Baseball  3 місяці тому +5

    Well Done! Your Attitude is so much better and your performance shows! It was great to see you out connecting with the culture and reconnecting with the good feelings of meals with dad with the love of Baseball! Your scientific approach is inspiring for so many, you are doing a great job! Once you analyse those good batters and see their weaknesses you are going to blow them away!!! New Country, New Language, New Team and you are doing exceptional under all that change and pressure! Thank you for all you are doing and keep the faith, we believe in you!

  • 1st_riddick
    1st_riddick 3 місяці тому +70

    My favorite thing is how much TB loves to interact with the fans. He needs to get a teacher so he can learn to speak and understand would love to see the faces of fans light up when they can connect over conversation rather than just smiles.

    • 1st_riddick
      1st_riddick 3 місяці тому +3

      Good anime is hunter x hunter great progress arc gets more and more dark

    • kev bev
      kev bev 3 місяці тому

      @1st_riddick i want journey to new world arc but we will never get it

    • 1st_riddick
      1st_riddick 3 місяці тому +2

      @kev bev should be soon I think the manga is out but I would love a anime of it too

  • pinkeye00
    pinkeye00 3 місяці тому +3

    I really love the players messing with your video :) different than what I've seen from other Japanese player / team videos. Love they have a sense of humor and can express it.

  • BulldogbroomTSM
    BulldogbroomTSM 3 місяці тому +58

    13:23 Bro I love Trevor for zooming in the second guy tryna get in 🤣 These Sunday vlogs are just the best!

  • Polly Pocket
    Polly Pocket 3 місяці тому +18

    Trevor, I’m super type A perfectionist too, not to your degree… I am a bit older though, and the one thing I can say is give yourself grace… you are doing a great job introducing new training techniques to all athletes and you are being a good representative of MLB to Japan and the world. What I love most is your approachability and the inspiration you give to up and comers… I know there are trolls and “haters” but people grown learn and get better… let’s hope they do too! You have a ton of fans and we all believe in you! Also, really looking forward to learn more about glove construction. I was a softball catcher and went between two gloves and never knew how much thought went into construction! 頑張って! Hope that was correct!

  • MM MM
    MM MM 3 місяці тому +9

    Braves fan here. I still fondly remember your ML debut. Always been intrigued by your preparation and approach to pitching. Always been a fan and your vlog has become a staple in my daily work commute. Best of luck in your personal and baseball journey!👍🏻✌🏻

  • Chris Tanner
    Chris Tanner 3 місяці тому +20

    As a scientist/researcher, I love watching your methodical approach to everything! I'd argue that your self-description would be more aptly described as "A 'nerd' that is also a pro baseball player!" haha, because even when you're 50+ years old and your playing days are over, the scientific approach to life will still be within you (e.g., maybe you'll be into bourbon and will want to double-blind taste everything to build up a great whiskey collection, or something w/ gardening, etc)

  • Tim Riley
    Tim Riley 3 місяці тому +3

    I love that you embrace Technology Trevor. I loved playing baseball, but blew my knee out when I was young and still trying to play after HS. I have been around Technology my whole life and that has been my career for 22 years now, so it is cool seeing how much you mix tech into you day.

  • Joshua Tims
    Joshua Tims 3 місяці тому +28

    I’ve never been more curious about NPB, and have really enjoyed the stadium tours. To not be able to show the footage is definitely a loss for NPB, would have loved to learn more about the league through my favorite baseball channel

    • Bryan Winchell
      Bryan Winchell 3 місяці тому +1

      @Joshua Tims -- Is that an NPB policy? No clips? I thought Trevor showed some, but maybe I'm trippin'.

    • Joshua Tims
      Joshua Tims 3 місяці тому +3

      @Bryan Winchell he can show Home games, which has been super entertaining but he can’t show road games

    • Bryan Winchell
      Bryan Winchell 3 місяці тому +2

      @Joshua Tims Thanks. Yeah, after watching all the way to the end I realized that this was the case. NPB's definitely behind the times with this policy but having lived in Japan for almost 20 years, this is not the first time I've encountered a policy that is behind the times!

  • CapAMERICAsur
    CapAMERICAsur 3 місяці тому +14

    Trevor is really one of my favorite people. He's a great role model and i appreciate how he handles the ups and downs of his life. He is my hero.

  • Jurassic Attack
    Jurassic Attack 3 місяці тому +5

    Great video Trevor, it's been really fun to get a look into the life of a player in japan and just how much things differ from how things are in the US. On the note of anime, while I don't really have a series that I could recommend (since tastes differ from person to person), I think the appeal of anime, or at least to me, is that you can have any sort of story be made and since it's animation you can get away with a bit more in the way of emotions, storylines, and artstyles. There's a really broad range of what type of series you could get, from something adult oriented (in terms of story and it's themes), you can get series that are more aimed at kids (sort of like the cartoons you'll see on things like Nickelodeon), you can get a series that's set in a world that's not like our own (sort of like what you might see in some of the marvel comics), you can even get series that are deal with the ultra-mundane like a regular office worker. There are so many possibilities to what a story can be about, and thanks to it being animated you can make the world look exactly as you'd like. Maybe I did a poor job of explaining it but hopefully I was able to get the general gist of what I think the charm to anime is. Best of luck on your next game and can't wait to watch the next video in this great series

  • legendor
    legendor 3 місяці тому +71

    brooo most people would never include 21:40 in a video. Trevor is the best, and I totally relate to him on the Baseball/Nerd stuff

    • うっかり八兵衛
      うっかり八兵衛 3 місяці тому +6

      日本人の「変態」が行くエリアですね! 😂😂😂

    • World's Largest Nerd
      World's Largest Nerd 3 місяці тому +3

      As someone who grew up playing sports but also a huge nerd its always interesting to see someone in the bigs that shares the hobbies the "cool kids" look down on

    • legendor
      legendor 3 місяці тому +4

      @World's Largest Nerd yeah he definitely inspires me !

  • Dom
    Dom 3 місяці тому +2

    Really love to Trevor soaking in as much Japan as he can.
    Anime is just Japanese animation but the styles, colors, and plots of anime vary so much and can have so much depth at the same time compared to American animation.

  • Nick Scott
    Nick Scott 3 місяці тому +3

    Trevor, do you think that showing slow motion videos of you pitching will give the opposing team more and more film for them to figure out how to predict pitches based on delivery? I'm wondering what your thoughts are/if you even think this would help them.

  • Archie S
    Archie S 3 місяці тому +119

    21:43 The reaction of trever strolling in 18+ zone by complete accident is priceless.

    • うっかり八兵衛
      うっかり八兵衛 3 місяці тому +18

      本当に貴重なシーンだよね www

    • Kourumi Good Gamer aka Juna Crawford over yumi
      Kourumi Good Gamer aka Juna Crawford over yumi 3 місяці тому +6

      Lol. He should go try out senran kagura

    • grtoocool
      grtoocool 3 місяці тому +6

      Made me laugh. "Hey, this isn't where I can find the comics..." lol

    • Archie S
      Archie S 3 місяці тому +12

      It’s also kinda hilarious that he was looking for “comic store” for more than 30 minutes. Trever, you can find tons comic books in a regular book store bro.

    • Kourumi Good Gamer aka Juna Crawford over yumi
      Kourumi Good Gamer aka Juna Crawford over yumi 3 місяці тому +2

      @Archie S at least he’s in a better place for now until he comes back as a Phillies player.

  • apparition
    apparition 3 місяці тому +15

    Trevor, the character you referred to as the "Pig Headed Swordsmith" is Inosuke from the anime Demon Slayer. If you were going to learn about Japanese anime, watching Demon Slayer would actually be the perfect place to start. It is extremely popular in America and in Japan. It's very well animated, good voice acting, good story, and it's got a lot of the common anime tropes. Think you would enjoy it and it would help you learn. (Please watch in Japanese with English subtitles though, especially since you want to learn the language.)

  • Declan Mueller
    Declan Mueller 3 місяці тому +2

    I grew up in a village of 2,300 in the mountains of New York. I loved/love baseball. My town is most famous for beating the Soviets in hockey, 4-3, but it had no summer baseball after age 13, and I went to the local private school, which had no team. My pitching coach was two pictures of Jim Gott gripping a four-seam fastball and a slider in a Sports Illustrated article. Despite that, my arm was good enough to walk on in college, but, GD, I am jealous I didn't have access to videos like this.

  • Dave Lewis
    Dave Lewis 3 місяці тому +7

    Trevor - kids are new to baseball and I stumbled across your videos on YT. I've continued watching because of your genuine love for the game. Best of luck to you

  • Marco Heung
    Marco Heung 3 місяці тому +61

    Just went to yokohama to watch the game yesterday, what a performance, hoping that you will help Baystars wins a title👑

    • J C
      J C 3 місяці тому +5


  • Sussyman101
    Sussyman101 3 місяці тому +11

    Always love watching your input on Baseball and how your living in Japan !! Big Angels fan here and The Angels MLB team need someone like you !! Othani would welcome you just like Japans people do !!

    • AL
      AL 3 місяці тому +2

      Angel fan here too! Got into baseball cuz of Ohtani 😊

  • Michael Taylor
    Michael Taylor 3 місяці тому +5

    I actually like that rule about signing on team trips, keeps guys from feeling required to do it and the players can put the blame on the team and not look bad to their fans, I like that a lot from the teams

    LEIF HOFFMAN 3 місяці тому +1

    You are the man Trevor. Don't worry, you will get back to being the dominating pitcher that you are. New country and new system. A lot to take in. Keep doing what you do. You've got this.

  • Dj House
    Dj House 3 місяці тому +55

    Am I the only one bummed when the vlog ends !!?? Trevor... We need more Bro !!

      KING’S REVENGE 3 місяці тому +1


    • Dj House
      Dj House 3 місяці тому +3

      @KING’S REVENGE or typing it into existence 🤔

  • Quattro
    Quattro 3 місяці тому +3

    You got HQS today.
    The game is still 8th bottom but I would like to say “Good pitch” to you.
    You are getting better and get used to NPB style. Congrats!!

  • Aaron Macy
    Aaron Macy 3 місяці тому +11

    Trevor, you need to go to Round One for the big arcade experience you are thinking of... they have several throughout the greater Tokyo area. I'd recommend going to the Odaiba one!

  • John Lichtle
    John Lichtle 3 місяці тому +3

    I like watching your videos after living in Japan for over 20 years. I’m also a BayStars fan. I’ve played and coached baseball for over 40 years. I currently coach at the Native American school I work at in Arizona.
    You asked for anime to watch: anything from Studio Ghibli, currently Spy Family and Demon Hunter are popular. Komi Can’t Communicate is fun especially since I used to teach at Japanese high schools.

  • Johnny M
    Johnny M 3 місяці тому +2

    I identify with you Trevor. Fellow nerd/athlete (except I was the shirt kid everybody picked close to last). Forgot about Yoshinoya. Never ate there, but used to see them around a lot as a kid. I don’t see them anymore here in the states. We’re there any in SCV? I can’t remember.
    Great video, as always. You never disappoint Trevor. Keep pushing over there. With your stuff being good right now, the everything else will follow.

  • Joseph Decesare
    Joseph Decesare 3 місяці тому +2

    Trev is a legend and people just don’t realize it but they will keep going bro love ya

  • Ozznits
    Ozznits 3 місяці тому +54

    I love how your teammates are interacting with the vlog

    • J C
      J C 3 місяці тому +11

      It's quite hilarious 🤣

    • Little Bobby MMA
      Little Bobby MMA 3 місяці тому +14

      The guy flexing for the camera was glorious.

    • Jake Bell
      Jake Bell 3 місяці тому +7

      They are warming up to it for sure

  • Brayden Mentzer
    Brayden Mentzer 3 місяці тому +42

    Just want to say, your my favorite pitcher in Japan and mlb. You’ve taught me a lot. Thanks bro maybe one day I’ll meet you and watch you play in Japan! 👋

  • AL
    AL 3 місяці тому +4

    These are so fun! Also, love the editing. Like showing that other guy behind Trevor who tried to get into the Pagani place and the door was locked like it was for Trevor the first time he tried to go in 😆

  • Finn Griggs
    Finn Griggs 3 місяці тому +31

    It's still kinda odd to me that when your in Japan you could just find a Pro player just walking the streets. It's super rare to just see an MLB player in the wild in the US.

    • Mr Hockey
      Mr Hockey 3 місяці тому +7

      Go to one of your high end malls and most athletes are there lol. I worked in a nice mall and seen most of my favorite players and high profile athletes. Justin verlander use to come in for a coffee every game he pitched for whatever reason. I think he liked the ladies chasing after him and it stroked his ego before he pitched.

    • tminus543
      tminus543 3 місяці тому

      @Mr Hockey man, I wonder what it’s like to just know, for a fact, that you will be mobbed by girls head over heels, and all you have to do is show up.
      That level of confidence is simply unattainable for lame asses such as myself.

    • Mr Hockey
      Mr Hockey 3 місяці тому

      @tminus543 I wouldn't know and I'll never know. It's all about the money. Anyone high profile like lawyers, doctors and athletes they would smell that wallet from 3 miles away lol.

  • its_kip17
    its_kip17 3 місяці тому +77

    It’s always a good day when trev posts. Always a banger

  • Jan Aman
    Jan Aman 3 місяці тому +7

    Thank you so much for these videos. I look forward to them every week. Good luck on the rest of the season.

  • Biggest Bro Ent. Clips
    Biggest Bro Ent. Clips 3 місяці тому +7

    Also your thirst for knowledge and gaining experience is so inspiring, thank you for bringing me a little more life man.

  • Jordan Brock
    Jordan Brock 3 місяці тому

    Hey man, good on you for not playing for the dodgers anymore. They’re the only ones that lost something in that whole deal. Glad to see you’re doing great in Japan. With my blown out JUCO shoulder I wish I could still get out and throw, but watching your training videos takes me back. Eric is still the strikeout king though… when he’s in the box. Keep ‘‘em coming!

  • Dave Kimball
    Dave Kimball 3 місяці тому +15

    Come on Trevor, you really need to talk to someone, maybe a teammate, and get invited to a local Japanese car meet up. We all need to see that.

  • プリキュア兄貴
    プリキュア兄貴 3 місяці тому +4

    I want Trevor to read Tamayomi.
    There are many full-fledged baseball depictions, and the game is also attractive.
    I feel that the magic ball thrown by the main character is also similar to Trevor's curve ball.

  • Dustan Moore
    Dustan Moore 3 місяці тому

    I love how he describes how his body feels. We're all getting older and my muscles have felt tight for quite a while 😂

  • David White
    David White 3 місяці тому +28

    I suggest watching a anime called Ace of Diamond(Daiya no Ēsu). It’s a high school baseball anime, with two unique first year pitchers. One is a lefty with a unique delivery with a moving fastball, and the other is a righty with just high heat. It’s not only about the pitchers it’s about the high school baseball team as a whole. Great story with great characters.

    • Porter
      Porter 3 місяці тому +1

      I’ll second this recommendation

    • Deven Silva
      Deven Silva 3 місяці тому +2

      Same I recommend

    • サンパチ
      サンパチ 3 місяці тому +1


    • Callan Minael
      Callan Minael 3 місяці тому

      I'd recommend One Outs too

    • 鹿子馬
      鹿子馬 3 місяці тому


  • chino 68
    chino 68 3 місяці тому +2

    Watch you pitch on your last game, your Team won 7-2..great game but you were so focused that it looked like you were not having fun..man enjoy the game and have fun doing what you love..specially when you are pitching great!!! Hope you are having fun with your Team mates, must be hard being a foreigner specially with the language barrier. You are so funny on your videos ( always a highlight) ...enjoy the ride !!!!!stay healthy..

  • ssu
    ssu 3 місяці тому +3

    Congratulations to Trev on his third win in Japan!

  • Bryan Humphries
    Bryan Humphries 3 місяці тому +2

    I would love to get TB out at one of our track day events when he returns to the US. See if he drives on track as well as he pitches!

  • Godric
    Godric 3 місяці тому +2

    Thank you for uploading this video and I really enjoy it. translators in internet are getting better and better but I`m very glad to say that i started learning English and enjoyed watching baseball through you Trevor!

  • David Vega
    David Vega 3 місяці тому +6

    Thank you for letting us see the struggles and hard work

  • ShiroiKiba
    ShiroiKiba 3 місяці тому +1

    Glad to see Trevor in good spirits! If you're trying to get some of that good love on Master Duel, let's run it 🤣🤣🤣

  • Clint Rhodes
    Clint Rhodes 3 місяці тому +3

    I am absolutely loving these vlogs. Nerds rule!!

  • G
    G 3 місяці тому +17

    Best vlog yet! Come for the baseball, stay for the slice of life 😊

  • Jose
    Jose 3 місяці тому +1

    Love your vlogs Trevor, thank you for continuing them!

  • Romi Arkan
    Romi Arkan 3 місяці тому +19

    19:34 wait until Trevor learns how much Yu-Gi-Oh has changed as a card game. He'll be stunned like many have.
    20:53 if he wants baseball anime, Ace of Diamond and Major are two of the most popular ones internationally. But for anime in general there's so much to pick and there's something for someone out there, even for the lowest degenerates. People's tastes are different but there's these two movies called Your Name (Kimi no na Wa) and Howl's Moving Castle that are widely considered two of the most goated ever. Also there's Akira which popularized the Cyberpunk setting that's everywhere now from AAA video games to Hollywood.
    Also I think he should definitely go watch the high school national tournament at Koshien to see why the Hanshin Tigers get kicked out of their home ground every year in the peak of Summer. If not, the Kanto (a catch-all term for the greater Tokyo area) qualifiers for said tournament at Meiji Jingu is also a great alternative.

  • Sarah Jane
    Sarah Jane 3 місяці тому

    Trevor’s videos are so refreshing. Good therapy after a Rob Manfred mlb game of new rules and timing clocks every where you turn.

  • k hinshaw
    k hinshaw 3 місяці тому +1

    4 things: 1) nice game against the Lions Sat. 6/2; 8 strong, boss, 2) Glad you started using DeepL, 3) can't believe you didn't find Radio Kaikan in Akihabara; you can find everything you were looking for there, including your cards, 4) "what's in the box"segment really needs a jingle.

  • James Kent
    James Kent 3 місяці тому

    0:44 Hi Trevor. Love the in-depth analysis of pitching and mechanics. The way you articulate adjusting your grip is super helpful. Quick question …. How do you know when to adjust your grip verses adjusting pitching mechanics. My guess is that you analyzed your mechanics and they were sound so you went straight to slow motion of the grip. Let me know. Thanks

  • Finn Griggs
    Finn Griggs 3 місяці тому +16

    Trevor would definitely go to the f1 race in Japan if he had the chance.

  • Alca_Pwn_
    Alca_Pwn_ 3 місяці тому +3

    i’ve put more hours into trevor’s channel then i have into major league baseball otherwise.

  • はるこ 佐藤
    はるこ 佐藤 3 місяці тому +4

    The “mynavi”All-star game will be held next month. I've been voting you everyday!😊💕

  • Thomas Frazier
    Thomas Frazier 3 місяці тому +2

    The fact that Trevor refers to himself as a UAclipsr before professional baseball player like baseball is just a side hustle for him

  • richard luna
    richard luna 3 місяці тому +2

    Love your content!!! I’m impressed by your analytical approach to the game!

  • sdmixy
    sdmixy 3 місяці тому +14

    Oh my god, another bauer video!!! nice!!!! thank you Trevor!!! I'm an ESL teacher and all of my Japanese students are rooting for you!

    • うっかり八兵衛
      うっかり八兵衛 3 місяці тому +2


    • Bryan Winchell
      Bryan Winchell 3 місяці тому

      That's awesome!! I'm also an ESL teacher (in Japan) and wonder: Did you introduce Trevor to your students? What do they like about him?

  • Tre Slawson
    Tre Slawson 3 місяці тому +1

    Hey Trevor…. Could you do a video on how to become a part of the Japanese league if we think that the MLB is out of reach or the different ways to become a professional baseball player and what it takes? Just a young kid trying to chase dreams that’s all love your content man! Thanks :)

  • ROBERT25
    ROBERT25 3 місяці тому +5

    It's a nice surprise that you visited Asakusa-bashi(Not Asakusa) to find leather for your glove.
    Asakusa-bashi also provides various parts and material for hand-craft accesories and bags.
    It's a BtoB town right next to Akihabara where tourist rarely visit that is why stores close early.

  • Sam
    Sam 3 місяці тому +3

    What you should do is hit up Trash Taste to collab and talk about anime/games/japan. Basically, everything you need to know and I'm sure they'll love to collab if their schedule allows. You really need to start reaching out and doing collabs with these Bigger UAclipsr's. You being a pro athlete/baseballer is something all of them have yet to do a video on. You bring a lot to the table man.

  • Kevin Snow
    Kevin Snow 3 місяці тому +3

    Such an enjoyable video blog. Thanks Trevor.

  • Koi Turnbull
    Koi Turnbull 3 місяці тому +4

    BRO!!!!! TAKE CARE OF GSELLMAN!!!!!!! He’s a former Met and really pitched some TOUGH games for us!!! He’s a really good teammate too. Glad to see him still pitching!!!

  • レオ
    レオ 3 місяці тому

    Hi Trevor, congratulations on your victory!
    You might like to watch some Baseball animes such as:
    - Major
    - Daiya no A (Ace of Diamond)
    - One Outs
    - Gurazeni
    I am very happy to see that you are interested in the Japanese culture and also working hard in your career!
    Thank you so much for your videos!

  • The Far East Bay
    The Far East Bay 3 місяці тому +2

    I really appreciate your channel, teaching people about Japanese baseball.

  • Parker Maxwell
    Parker Maxwell 3 місяці тому +1

    I’m so excited for him to hit 100, it’s like he’s continuously throwing harder and harder. Sooner or later he’ll be at 102 😂

  • Eli Schimunow
    Eli Schimunow 3 місяці тому +41

    Trevor I would highly recommend the anime Major. It’s a baseball sports anime about a baseball kid going through all the stages of his life. It’s the anime that inspired Shohei Ohtani to do what he does!

    • 俺はエゴイストだ
      俺はエゴイストだ 3 місяці тому


    • cyphdajedi
      cyphdajedi 3 місяці тому

      You would pick major over Ace of Diamond?

    • Eli Schimunow
      Eli Schimunow 3 місяці тому +1

      @cyphdajedi personally yes, but plenty of people in the comments have already recommended ace of diamond.

  • Stella K
    Stella K 3 місяці тому +4

    I really want you to succeed there so that you can stay there forever. let's go !

  • tminus543
    tminus543 3 місяці тому +5

    Fantastic last outing, sir!!! I saw a smile on the mound; I think you forgot how many outs there were. But it was such a good lighthearted moment:
    I knew you would bounce back.
    And now Japan has seen your mental fortitude, perseverance, and work ethic in coming back strong.
    You’re such an inspiration!!!!! 🔥 fire 🔥

  • Adrian Wan
    Adrian Wan 3 місяці тому +1

    Love the insight into working on your pitch, more please!

  • jason moser
    jason moser 3 місяці тому +5

    Watched the 10k game the other day against the Lions. Pitched a very good game I thought.

  • Gonzo713
    Gonzo713 3 місяці тому +3

    As a lover of baseball seeing this behind the scenes of professional baseball is gold ! Hope one day you can come pitch for he Astros and win a ring !

    • うっかり八兵衛
      うっかり八兵衛 3 місяці тому

      エンゼルスで「ショウヘイ」と一緒にゲームを楽しみましょう 😂😂😂

    • Gonzo713
      Gonzo713 3 місяці тому

      @うっかり八兵衛 bro the Astros destroyed ohtani yesterday 😭😭 he is not as good as eveyone makes him seem to be 😭😭

  • Jeremy McCall
    Jeremy McCall 3 місяці тому

    Loving following your journey. Keep it up

  • Enigma, the Basement Troll
    Enigma, the Basement Troll 3 місяці тому +1

    Hey Trev, as a suggestion:
    Look into picking up a Japanese Switch if you're into Pokémon. While the 3DS games were still technically region locked, it was starting with Gen 6 that the ROM on the cart was literally the same worldwide. First time boot on a brand new copy (or a copy that recently had all saved data cleared out) of Sword/Shield, the Gen 4 remakes, or Scarlet/Violet will prompt you to pick a language to play it in.
    As the Switch itself is region free, you could have the novelty of a Japanese system with a Japanese copy of one of the games, yet still be able to play it in English.
    Mind you, I don't know how a Japanese copy would react with DLC (especially if you set up your Switch for the US region/eShop at first startup), but you'd at least be able to play the base game in English, take it with you, then still play US releases on that system later on.

  • Eric Olsen
    Eric Olsen 3 місяці тому +1

    Another awesome video GOAT of baseball. Appreciate all you do for the game! Free Trevor Bauer now!!!

  • MattsGotIssues
    MattsGotIssues 3 місяці тому +2

    Trevor, I could just watch you walk around Japan like a lost rich kid all day. Did you say you're getting a Koenigsegg Agera? My boss owns a McLaren P1, 2x Turbo Ferrari 458, Big G Waggon? I'm in Houston. Love ya bruv. I love your work ethic. Your baseball IQ is unfathomable. Once you get adjusted, I can see you in their Sawamura running.

  • D Hoop
    D Hoop 3 місяці тому +1

    Love the content!!! Educational, inspirational, and fun. ❤

  • Ren
    Ren 3 місяці тому +7

    Trevor, the biggest arcade in Japan is called Round One! It has all the things you were trying to find there 👍

  • Samuel Ridgevale
    Samuel Ridgevale 3 місяці тому +44

    Congrats on the great start yesterday! Lets keep it going!

  • Masako Custer
    Masako Custer 3 місяці тому +1

    Anime referes to cartoon in Japan. Comic books = Manga. Akihabara has anime capital - you may not find many comic books store. Large bookstores like kinokuniya should have comic books in English. Your Japanese pronunciation and intonation is surprisingly well. Looking forward to hearing you speak more Japanese!

  • wage zombie
    wage zombie 3 місяці тому +3

    idgaf, trevor won me over with eric sims and the momentum team and now I just want this guy to succeed. I watched the baseball doesnt exist video about him and I can understand why people might not particularly enjoy his abrasive personality. (my coworker is a big hater lol, but I got him to watch his content and now I think he’ll come around, he as enjoyed alot of the videos produced) but damn it, I’m rooting for bauer. I know next to nothing about baseball but just hearing trevor talk is like a crash course on how the mlb works, which I greatly appreciate. he got me interested in a sport that I wouldnt normally like, and now I cant get enough baseball. best of luck to you trevor! japan is a wonderful country, just need to get your legs back underneath you.

  • Tom Jones
    Tom Jones 3 місяці тому +1

    Never studied baseball gloves haven't used one in a long time. They will probly either be caveman tech with room for new materials and design or ingenious slowly improved perfection. I'm working with leather now it's pretty interesting. Different types of tanning and where on the hide a piece comes from make a big difference. Like belly leather is loose and flexy shoulder leather is tough. Experimenting with different types could be huge. You can choose the thickness too. Lots of vids here on it. Then there's how it's conditioned. Just a thought: Is sweating a problem? New high tech solutions for that. Hope that helps. Another thought: How would suede work in the pocket.

  • Jinnij
    Jinnij 3 місяці тому

    That’s unfortunate you can’t sign autographs even if you wanted, but I get it. Great video Trevor as always.

  • Goose
    Goose 3 місяці тому +5

    I guess if you want some Dave & Busters type place, try Round 1. That would be the closest equivalent.
    But if you’re going for more retro, usually small and old places.
    For anime, plenty of places. Ikebukuro (sunshine building) has the Pokémon center Mega. They also have a dedicated One Piece store there as well, and a bigger animate

  • EzzyMoneySniperr
    EzzyMoneySniperr 3 місяці тому +7

    Trevor seems like exactly the person I’d want to hang out with

  • t1nonlyxl
    t1nonlyxl 3 місяці тому +2

    Regarding arcades in japan, they aren't catered for families, so they don't have a wide variety of games and tend to be focused on the sort of games they offer, except for crane games, which are just everywhere. If you are looking for music games like DDR, akihabara is the most concentrated area with those games, with game panic on the corner, leisureland 2 on a higher floor of the building where you got overwhelmed with the loud sounds upon entering the doors and GIGO 3rd(GIGO 3号館), which is a different GIGO outlet you entered(iirc it is GIGO 1st that you went inside).
    For a more general spread of games, Hey! arcade in akihabara has the biggest spread of games in akihabara that I know of, with bullet hell games, gundam and fighting games on the higher floors. Otherwise, the aforementioned GIGO 3rd is a good place too, the top floor on that arcade has a floor with only "retro" game, with the word "retro" being used rather loosely as these games are retro to japanese audience, but I suspect these would be games you are more familiar with, like Daytona driving simulator and time crisis.
    As for anime to start off with, it would be great if you would mention what sort of genres you are interested in. IMO, the greatest strength of anime is wide variety of quality stories that are told. If you are looking for something more akin to Dragon Ball Z, the modern day equivalent would be My Hero Academia(aka Boku no Hero Academia), with a very distinct american influence in that anime. For something a bit more fantastical, I would recommend mushoku tensei, its the first popular series of its kind that basically kickstarted an entirely new genre of anime in recent memory, where there started to produce a lot more anime about the MC reincarnating into another world. Finally, my personal pick would be Vivy: Fluorite's Eye Song, an anime about a songstress android attempting to change history 100 years into the future where humanity is wiped. The reason why I pick this is because I think its criminally underrated in the anime community currently and I know of a friend who wasn't into anime but enjoyed this when I was doing a watchalong with my friends.
    Cheers, love your content, as a nerd from Singapore. :)