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Chunichi Dragons 8 – Yokohama Bay Stars 5 (July 1, 2015)

by on Jul.01, 2015 @ 7:54 am, under Game Summaries, NPB
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Chunichi Dragons vs Yokohama Bay Stars @ Ohnoyama Baseball Stadium - 18:30
Starters: Ono, Yudai (CHU) 7-3, 2.08 - Sunada, Yoshiki (YOK) 0-1, 2.61

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chunichi 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1 0 8 13 1
Yokohama 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 5 14 2

Attendance: 12758 | Time: 4h24m | Yokohama leads series, 9-4-0

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Chunichi Dragons 0 – Yokohama Bay Stars 1 (June 30, 2015)

by on Jun.30, 2015 @ 6:32 am, under Game Summaries, NPB
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Chunichi Dragons vs Yokohama Bay Stars @ Ohnoyama Baseball Stadium - 18:30
Starters: Wakamatsu, Shunta (CHU) 1-0, 2.41 - Kubo, Yasutomo (YOK) 4-4, 3.71

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chunichi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Yokohama 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 1 8 2

Attendance: 10292 | Time: 3h6m | Yokohama leads series, 9-3-0

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[6/27/2015] Hanshin Tigers, Chunichi Dragons, Yakult Swallows

by on Jun.28, 2015 @ 4:27 am, under NPB
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Hanshin Tigers

  • Potential starters for the Yakult series that begins on June 30: Minoru Iwata, Yuta Iwasada, and Atsushi Nomi. Iwasada was originally slated to pitch on June 27, but Randy Messenger was took over the start after his game on June 26 was rained out. The Swallows are 153-681 (.225) against left-handed pitchers this year. Source: Nikkan Sports 6/27/2015, Daily Sports 6/27/2015
  • Shoya Yamamoto could get a start during the Yokohama series that begins on July 3. Suguru Iwazaki is a candidate for a start as well. Source: Nikkan Sports 6/27/2015

Chunichi Dragons

  • On June 27, Masahiko Morino became the 118th player in NPB history to reach the 1,500 hit milestone. The hit came off Kenta Meada in the 3rd inning of a game against Hiroshima. Source: Sponichi 6/27/2015, Nikkan Sports 6/27/2015

Yakult Swallows

[6/25/2015] Chunichi Dragons top one million

by on Jun.25, 2015 @ 2:47 am, under NPB
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The Chunichi Dragons topped one million in attendance on June 24. They reached the milestone in thirty-seven games this year. It took the Dragons thirty-six games last season.

Date Opponent Venue Attendance
3/31 Tue Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 30,083
4/01 Wed Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 25,634
4/02 Thu Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 24,589
4/03 Fri Hiroshima Nagoya Dome 25,862
4/04 Sat Hiroshima Nagoya Dome 36,240
4/05 Sun Hiroshima Nagoya Dome 37,617
4/10 Fri Yokohama Nagoya Dome 24,080
4/11 Sat Yokohama Nagoya Dome 29,094
4/12 Sun Yokohama Nagoya Dome 28,882
4/14 Tue Hanshin Nagoya Dome 25,405
4/15 Wed Hanshin Nagoya Dome 26,066
4/16 Thu Hanshin Nagoya Dome 26,210
4/21 Tue Yakult Nagoya Dome 23,681
4/22 Wed Yakult Nagoya Dome 23,864
4/23 Thu Yakult Nagoya Dome 23,849
5/01 Fri Yokohama Nagoya Dome 25,696
5/02 Sat Yokohama Nagoya Dome 31,751
5/03 Sun Yokohama Nagoya Dome 36,423
5/15 Fri Hanshin Nagoya Dome 25,658
5/16 Sat Hanshin Nagoya Dome 32,173
5/17 Sun Hanshin Nagoya Dome 29,894
5/19 Tue Hiroshima Hamamatsu 18,323
5/20 Wed Hiroshima Toyohashi 10,756
5/22 Fri Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 37,753
5/23 Sat Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 35,193
5/24 Sun Yomiuri Nagoya Dome 33,373
5/26 Tue Softbank Nagoya Dome 22,627
5/27 Wed Softbank Nagoya Dome 24,806
5/28 Thu Softbank Nagoya Dome 23,624
6/02 Tue Seibu Nagoya Dome 22,649
6/03 Wed Seibu Nagoya Dome 24,312
6/04 Thu Seibu Nagoya Dome 24,581
6/05 Fri Orix Nagoya Dome 36,004
6/06 Sat Orix Nagoya Dome 34,478
6/07 Sun Orix Nagoya Dome 33,754
6/23 Tue Yakult Gifu 17,426
6/24 Wed Yakult Nagoya Dome 25,235
        1,017,645