Spring camp games from February 15.
- The two teams combined for twenty-eight hits.
- Tomoyuki Sugano started the game for the Whites and gave up a run on four hits over two innings of work.
- Tetsuya Utsumi got the start for the Reds and tossed two shutout innings while allowing three hits.
- Aaron Poreda tossed two shutout innings for the Whites while giving up two hits.
- Miles Mikolas pitched for the Reds and gave up four runs on six hits over two innings of work.
- Taishi Ota started in center and batted clean-up for the Whites. He went 2-for-5 with two RBI. He hit a two-run home run off Mikolas in the 4th inning.
- Hayato Sakamoto started at short and batted lead-off for the Whites. He went 4-for-5: 1B7, 1B8, 1B8, 1B9.
Source: official announcement, Nikkan Sports 2/15/2015, Nikkan Sports 2/16/2015, Daily Sports 2/15/2015, Sponichi 2/15/2015, Sponichi 2/15/2015, Sponichi 2/15/2015, Sponichi 2/16/2015, Sponichi 2/16/2015, Sponichi 2/16/2015, Sanspo 2/16/2015
- Shintaro Fujinami started the game for the Whites and gave up a run on two hits over two innings. He hit 152km/h on the first pitch he threw. He struck out one and committed a balk in the 1st. He topped out at 153km/h. Eleven of twenty-seven pitches were in the 150s.
- Minoru Iwata relieved Fujinami and tossed two shutout innings. He threw twenty pitches (fastballs and forkballs).
- Second round draft pick Tsuyoshi Ishizaki tossed a shutout inning in relief.
- Atsushi Nomi was the starter for the Reds and tossed two shutout innings.
- Randy Messenger relieved Nomi and pitched an inning. He gave up a two-run home run to Fumiya Araki in the 3rd.
- Third round draft pick Taiga Egoshi started in center and batted lead-off for the Whites. He went 1-for-4.
- Hiroki Uemoto started at second and batted lead-off for the Reds. He recorded a hit a two stolen bases. Uemoto walked and stole second against Fujinami in his first at bat in the 1st inning; and hit a single to right and stole second off Iwata in his second at bat in the 3rd inning.
- Tsuyoshi Nishioka got the start at second for the Whites. He went 3-for-4 and was caught trying to steal a base twice.
- Ryutaro Umeno threw out to base stealers: Nishioka in the 3rd and 5th and Araki in the 5th.
Whites 5 - Reds 2
- Allen Kuri got the start for the Reds and gave up two runs on three hits over two innings of work.
- Takaya Toda relieved Kuri and gave up three runs on six hits over two innings of work.
- Yuya Fukui got the start for the Whites and tossed three shutout innings while allowing one hit.
- Sixth round draft pick Tetsuya Iida tossed a perfect inning in relief -- Yuta Shirahama F7, Kosuke Tanaka G5, Tetsuya Kokubo G1. Of the eight pitches he threw, five were change-ups.
- Ko Shimozuru started in center and batted ninth. He recorded two doubles and three RBI. The first double came off Kuri in the 2nd and the second double off Toda in the 4th.
- Jesus Guzman got the start in left and batted clean-up for the Whites. He went 2-for-2 with an RBI: one-run two-out single to right in the 1st inning and a two-out double to left in the 3rd.
Source: Nikkan Sports 2/15/2015, Nikkan Sports 2/16/2015, Nikkan Sports 2/16/2015, Nikkan Sports 2/16/2015, Nikkan Sports 2/16/2015, Sponichi 2/15/2015, Sponichi 2/16/2015, Daily Sports 2/16/2015, Sanspo 2/16/2015
Hanshin 2 - JR Shikoku 1
- Naoto Tsuru started the game and gave up a run on three hits ove four innings of work.
- Masanori Fujihara relieved Tsuru and tossed three shutout innings while allowing two hits.
- Ryota Arai got the start at third and batted clean-up. He went 0-for-2 with a walk.
- Keisuke Kano tied the game at one with an RBI single to center in the 4th. Kano recorded two of the offense's five hits.
- Shinya Azuhata drove in the go-ahead run with a sac fly to center.
- The Swallows scored fourteen runs on eighteen hits.
- Suguru Ino entered the game on defense in the 7th and went 2-for-2 with an RBI.
- Takahiro Araki hit a solo home run to left in the 6th inning
- Hiroki Yamada started the game for the Whites and did not allow a hit or a run over three innings of work. He walked one.
- Nao Higashihama was the starter for the Reds. He three three shutout innings.
- Shinya Kayama tossed three shutout innings for the Reds. He gave up two hits and struck out four.
- Nobuhiko Matsunaka was the starting designated hitter for the Whites and batted fifth. He went 2-for-3. He hit a single to center of Higashihama and a single to left off Kayama.
- Takahiro Okada got the start at first and batted clean-up. He went 3-for-3 with two walks and two RBI. He hit an RBI single to right with runners on first and third and out in in his first at bat; he led off the 3rd inning with a home run to right; he hit a single to center in the 7th; and walked in his last two trips to the plate. He committed a catching error on a pick-off attempt at first. He had stomach problems earlier in the morning.
- Eighth round draft pick Yuya Oda started in left and batted eighth. He went 2-for-3. He was also hit by a pitch on his right knee.
- Naoyuki Uwasawa struck out Tatsuya Morimoto, Ryosuke Kishisato, and Kensuke Tanaka in the 3rd inning.
- Cha-Seung Baek recorded three ground ball outs and topped out at 143km/h.
- Third round draft pick Daiki Asama entered the game partway through and played center. He went 0-for-1. He threw out a runner at home in the 6th.
- Sixth round draft pick Atsushi Miyazaki needed just eight pitches to get through one inning.
- Masatomo Uematsu threw thirty-three pitches. About a third were knuckleballs.
- Seiya Inoue was the starting designated hitter for the Whites and batted clean-up. He went 2-for-4 with two RBI -- two-run double in the 1st and a single to left in the 6th.
- Makoto Aiuchi started the game for the Whites and tossed two shutout innings while allowing one hit.
- Ryohei Fujiwara got the start for the Reds and gave up a run on one hit over two innings of work.
- Takeya Nakamura started at third for the Whites and batted clean-up. He went 0-for-3: grounded out to third with a runner on second and one out in the 1st inning against Fujiwara; struck out swinging with a runner on first and two out in the 3rd inning against Kentaro Fukukura; grounded out to first with a runner on first and two out in the 5th inning against Kazuki Miyata.
Samsung 6 - Rakuten 0
- The Eagles failed on four stolen base attempts -- Gaby Sanchez in the 2nd, Mitsutaka Goto in the 5th, Aoi Enomoto in the 6th, and Takero Okajima in the 8th. They also allowed three stolen bases.
- Takaaki Yokoyama started the game and tossed three shutout innings while giving up one hit. He faced ten hitters and threw thirty-four pitches.
Chunichi 3 - Yokohama 0
- Kazuki Mishima (YOK) started the game and did not allow a hit or a run over four innings of work. He needed just forty-four pitches. He threw five change-ups and topped out at 146km/h.
- Jose Lopez (YOK) started at first and batted fifth. He recorded a single to right in the 2nd and was replaced by a pinch-runner after reaching on a walk in the 4th. He was not originally scheduled to play, but asked to be included.
- Tomoya Yagi (CHU) started the game and tossed two shutout innings while giving up two hits. He also hit a batter.
- Eighth round draft pick Masashi Yamamoto (CHU) entered the game in the 7th and did not allow a hit or a run over an inning of work.
- Kyohei Kamezawa (CHU) got the start at short and batted second. He went 1-for-2.
- Third round draft pick Shota Tomonaga (CHU) started in right and batted ninth. He went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, and one RBI. The double came off Tomoya Mikami in the 7th and the triple off Yuki Kuniyoshi in the 8th.
- Fourth round draft pick Shun Ishikawa (CHU), sixth round draft pick Masataka Iryo (CHU), and seventh round draft pick Issei Endo (CHU) each recorded one hit.
- Nobumasa Fukuda (CHU) started at first and batted clean-up. He went 2-for-5 with a home run and one RBI. The home run came in the 6th inning.