Bonda Natsunosuke (26, single), is a left-handed relief pitcher for the professional baseball team, the Jingu Spiders. He became a pro right after high school and now in his 8th year makes 18 million yen a year, and is not what you'd call a "first rate player."
"I don't know how many years I've got left to play after 30."
"Only a few can become coaches or commentators after they retire."
"After some players retire, there are people who end up in a slump having to make a living around 1,000,000 yen a year."
"Pro baseball players need to make their money while before they retire!"
Despite the harsh realities, Bonda always repeats the same phrase:
"There's money buried in the grounds."
Bonda goes up to the mound yet again today.
Yes, seeing dreams of money in those grounds, "Gurazeni!"