...Daisuke Miura gets the start today against the Seibu Lions today. He'll be shooting for the club's first complete game of the year.
...It seems the Bay Stars will be filing a protest with regards to the reverse grand slam home run call made during a game against the Chiba Lotte Marines on the 13th. I wasn't at the game and can only comment based on the video replay I've seen, which isn't even really that good -- the angle of the camera doesn't allow the viewer to get the true flight of the ball. There's also a YouTube clip of a sports program that discusses the issue a bit more (in Japanese and a general call for more video cameras) and also provides footage of the actual shot. According to the clip, that was the only footage available for umpires for their review.
Again, I wasn't at the game and so perhaps the shot was more obvious at the stadium, but in looking at the replayf footage alone, I'm not so sure if it was an obvious call. Incidentally, if you look at an aerial shot of Yokohama stadium and then look at where the ball lands, it's entirely possible that the ball was foul when it crossed over the fence.
I also searched around for some Japanese blogs to see what I could find. Couldn't find any Yokohama fan blogs about the shot but did manage to find a handful of Lotte fan blogs. Not surprisingly, they all thought it was a no doubter, even though it seems most of them were also sitting in the left-field stands. Again, sitting in left doesn't really give you the best view.
Steve from WeLoveMarines offers take on the shot.