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Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters vs Yokohama Bay Stars (May 22, 2011) — RAINED OUT

by on May.22, 2011 @ 4:02 am, under Game Summaries, NPB

Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters vs Yokohama Bay Stars @ Yokohama Stadium - 15:00
Potential Starters: Brian Wolfe (HAM) 3-1, 3.19 - Takayuki Makka (YOK) 1-0, 3.68

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Recap

Scoring Summary

None.

Missed Opportunities

Top of the 2nd
Kaga on the mound for Yokohama
Koyano flies out to second. Inaba hits a double to right. Nakata hits an infield single, runners on first and third. Hoffpauir hits into a 4-6-3 double play.

Bottom of the 3rd
Wolfe on the mound for Nippon Ham
Hosoyamada hits a single to right and advances to second on balk. Kaga strikes out swinging. Ishikawa grounds out to short, runner on third. Morimoto grounds out to third.

Top o the 4th
Kaga on the mound for Yokohama
Iiyama flies out to center. Itoi gets hit by a pitch and steals second. Koyano grounds out to short.

Notes

Game was called by the umpires at 16:52, after a 35 minute rain delay (it was actually the second delay of the game).  Game has been rescheduled to Tuesday (5/24) at 18:00.

6 comments on “Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters vs Yokohama Bay Stars (May 22, 2011) — RAINED OUT

  1. Steve

    Baystars need to step up their game if they want to climb out of last place. Or are they comfortable there?

    1. EJH

      Steve: Yes, they are comfortable there. People usually feel most comfortable at home.

      When Yokohama starts signing good baseball players instead of cartoon characters that bat .167, then we can begin to take them seriously.

      Go Ham!

  2. Steve

    EJH, i hear you about the cartoon character. Did you see that spectacle during rain delay? Oh well, the games continue and the Baystars are the comedians……

    1. EJH

      Steve: The game was not televised in Hokkaido, so I missed Morimoto’s show. What did he do?

      Morimoto was very popular when he was with Ham. His antics were amusing and his lack of power acceptable when he was hitting close to .300, but at .167 he is just an overpaid clown.

    2. Gen Post author

      I’m not sure if this is the same thing Steve’s talking about, but Koyano started goading Morimoto to come out onto the field. Not exactly sure what Koyano wanted to do, but he walked out toward home plate and called Morimoto over to him. Morimoto popped out onto the field briefly before running away into the hallway off the dugout.

      Morimoto came back out onto the field for a second time as Koyano started walking back to the dugout. It ended there, most likely because the game wasn’t called at that point.

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