Nippon Ham Fighters
...The NPB gave Masataka Nashida a stern warning for his delay of game that resulted in him being ejected from Sunday's game against the Softbank Hawks.
...The Fighters have filed a complain with the NPB over Tomohiro Nioka being called out on offensive interference in a game against the Softbank Hawks on Sunday. They are trying to get a redo on the game.
...The Eagles announced that they will be banning jet balloons at home games at Kleenex Stadium.
...The Hawks COO Takanori Takeuchi announced that the team will be installing a vaporizer filled with electrolyzed water with disinfectant mixed in. These vaporizers will be located in the areas where the players relax, as well as well-traveled halls.
...Takanori Takeuchi and Kazumi Saito visited the Fukuoka Government Offices to donate 2M yen in disaster relief to help aid survivors of the heavy downpour in July. The 2M yen is a combination of money donated by players and various other donors.
...Jamie D'Antona will likely be in the starting line-up on Tuesday when the team begins a 3-game series against the Hanshin Tigers at Koshien.
Yokohama Bay Stars
...Takahiro Saeki was penciled in as a cleanup hitter for Sunday's game that was called after 2 innings. With Dan Johnson hurting, the team felt he was the best option.
...Yoshiyuki Kamei spent his day off on Monday doing soft toss batting practice. He's currently mired in a 0-for-24 slump.
...The NPB announced that they will hold a pro vs college game on November 22nd at the Tokyo Dome to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Central and Pacific Leagues. The pro roster will consist mostly of players 26 years old and under but will have room for a number of special "27 and over" cases.
The pro team will be led by Yakult Swallows manager Shigeru Takada while the college team will be led by Kinki University manager Tamotsu Enomoto.