Tag: Yuya Hasegawa
by Gen on Sep.14, 2014 @ 2:21 am, under NPB
Tags: Chunichi Dragons, Hanshin Tigers, Hitoki Iwase, Kazuhiro Wada, Nippon Ham Fighters, Orix Buffaloes, Ryosuke Ogata, Ryota Imanari, Softbank Hawks, Yoshio Itoi, Yuya Hasegawa
- Ryota Imanari hurt his right side while swinging the bat during his second at bat in the 4th inning of Friday's game against the Hiroshima Carp. He also ran into Takashi Toritani while chasing after a baseball in the 3rd. He was taken off the active roster on Saturday. Source: Sponichi 9/13/2014 ... Imanari suffered a strain in his right side and will require three to four weeks for a full recovery. Source: Sponichi 9/13/2014
- Ryosuke Ogata hurt his right knee during fielding practice before a Ni-gun intra-squad game at Naruohama on Friday. He was taken to the hospital for tests. Source: Daily Sports 9/13/2014
- Yuya Hasegawa sprained his right ankle during a game against Orix on the 3rd. He is still spending a lot of time as a pinch-hitter because his injury has not yet fully healed. Source: Sports Hochi 9/13/2014
- The Buffaloes used Yoshio Itoi as a bat off the bench during Saturday's game against Nippon Ham out of concern for the left knee he hurt while playing defense on the 9th. Source: Nikkan Sports 9/13/2014
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by Gen on Sep.04, 2014 @ 12:59 am, under NPB
Tags: Hanshin Tigers, Naoki Miyanishi, Nippon Ham Fighters, Ryota Arai, Sho Aranami, Softbank Hawks, Yokohama Bay Stars, Yoshitomo Tsutsugo, Yuya Hasegawa
- Ryota Arai showed up at Naruohama on Tuesday for the first time since he was taken off the active roster. He got treatment for his lower back and discussed his rehab schedule with a trainer. Source: Sanspo 9/3/2014
Yokohama Bay Stars
- Yoshitomo Tsutsugo played in his first rehab game at Ni-gun on Wednesday. He got the start in left and batted third in a practice game against Rakuten. He went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Source: Daily Sports 9/3/2014, Sponichi 9/3/2014
- Sho Aranami (right calf) and Tsutsugo could return to the active roster in time for the Hiroshima series that begins on the 5th at Yokohama. Source: Daily Sports 9/3/2014
- Yuya Hasegawa left Wednesday's game against the Orix Buffaloes after hurting his right leg while trying to score during a close play at home plate in the 4th inning. He was examined at a hospital in Fukuoka and diagnosed with a sprained right ankle. He will be examined again on Thursday. Source: Nikkan Sports 9/3/2014, Sponichi 9/3/2014
Nippon Ham Fighters
- Naoki Miyanishi was taken off the active roster on Wednesday with inflammation in his left elbow. Source: Sponichi 9/3/2014
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by Gen on Feb.23, 2013 @ 9:13 pm, under NPB
Tags: Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
Yuya Hasegawa was hit in the head by a batted ball during pre-game practice and was taken to a Miyazaki hospital for an evaluation. He was diagnosed with depressed fracture of the skull. He does have consciousness. There is no timetable on his recovery. He will be re-evaluated at a hospital in Fukuoka on the 25th.
Source: jiji press 2/23/2013, Sponichi 2/23/2013
UPDATE 2/24 @ 9:10pm - Hasegawa was picking up baseballs in the outfield when he was hit in the head by a batted ball. He was able to walk to the locker room on his own. He did not lose consciousness. He returned to Fukuoka today and will get a full examination on the 25th.
Source: Sports Hochi 2/24/2013
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by Gen on Feb.20, 2012 @ 11:59 pm, under High School, NPB
Tags: Kazuyuki Hoashi, Masahiko Morifuku, SHSpring, Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
|Bullpen Sessions / Batting Practice
- Kazuyuki Hoashi threw about 100 pitches to a squatting catcher. (Daily Sports)
- Masahiko Morifuku threw eighty-four pitches in the bullpen. (Sanspo)
Kazuyuki Hoashi is scheduled to pitch in an intra-squad game on February 23.
Masahiko Morifuku was not scheduled to toss a bullpen session today but did because it was warm.
Yuya Hasegawa joined Group A (Ichi-gun) camp today for practices. Workouts including batting and fielding practice. Hasegawa also took extra fielding practice as well.
Hasegawa started the spring at Group B camp because of concerns regarding his right shoulder.
Yatsushiro, Kumamoto mayor Kazutoshi Fukushima visited Nobuhiko Matsunaka today and presented him with a number of local food products, like tomatoes. Matsunaka is a native of Yatsushiro.
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by Gen on Jan.19, 2012 @ 11:45 pm, under NPB
Tags: Hiroki Yamada, Softbank Hawks, Yuichi Honda, Yuya Hasegawa
Yuya Hasegawa did some running in the morning with the 2011 draft class today. In the afternoon, he did his own thing and spent some time taking BP (in the cages and soft-toss).
Hiroki Yamada has been taking in 6,000 kilocalories per dinner since his training camp in Miyazaki began on 1/6. Over that span he has managed to add 3kg to his frame and now weighs 95kg.
One-day intake example: all you can eat buffet for breakfast; two lunch boxes, one with a variety of vegetables and the other with three rice balls for lunch; three grilled chicken pieces about the size of a hand, a bowlful of spinach, and a plateful of meat and potatoes for dinner.
Kenji Akashi, Keisuke Kaneko, Kenta Imamiya, Shuhei Fukuda, and 3rd round draft pick Masayoshi Tsukada could be amongst the players competing for the starting job at short (Munenori Kawasaki's old position).
The media learned on Wednesday that Yuichi Honda will be a spokesperson (Kansai Region) for Asahi Beer. A commercial featuring Honda will be shot some time later this month. Ads will pop up pretty much everywhere, including TV, radio, the big screen at Yahoo Dome, various big screens throughout Kansai, posters, and fliers, beginning in March.
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by Gen on Nov.28, 2011 @ 5:22 pm, under NPB
Tags: Seiichi Uchikawa, Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
The Softbank Hawks announced today that Seiichi Uchikawa and Yuya Hasegawa will receive new uniform numbers for the 2012 season.
Uchikawa from 24 to 1
It makes me a little sad to move away from the number 24, the first number I got when I started playing youth baseball and the number I wore during the WBC. But I also want to be number 1 when it comes to hitting and I want to take on even more responsibilities next season so I decided to accept the number. I feel pressure with this number because players like [Koji] Akiyama and [Hiroshi] Shibahara have worn it in the past. I would like to make sure I do not become an embarrassment to the number.
Hasegawa from 30 to 24
I have a connection to the number 24 because I used wear it when I was in college. Ever since I joined the team, I made it my goal to become the kind of player that could wear the number 24. I finally got my wish with [Seiichi] Uchikawa's uniform number change, but I am sure Hawks' fans will still see him when they think of the number. I will do my best to change that as soon as possible.
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by Gen on Oct.14, 2010 @ 4:40 am, under NPB, Postseason
Tags: 2010 Postseason, Climax Series, Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
Yuya Hasegawa (SOF) was the starting center fielder in a Phoenix League game against Nippon Ham on Tuesday.
Hasegawa was hit by a pitch in the head on Sunday and the team was concerned he might miss a significant amount of practice time before the Final Stage (there were also some worries that he might even miss some or all of the Final Stage).
On Tuesday, Hasegawa was back in the starting line-up and appeared to be ok -- he went 1-for-3 with a walk, didn't seem to have any difficulties on defense, and even tried to steal second after his single in the 5th.
In other team-related news:
The Softbank Hawks' Pacific League victory parade will take place in Fukuoka on 11/20 (this is for taking first place in the PL).
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by Gen on Oct.11, 2010 @ 6:31 pm, under NPB
Tags: Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
It appears the Softbank Hawks want to play it safe with Yuya Hasegawa after an HBP to the head on Sunday. While nothing is known for sure at this point, it isn't out of the realm of possibility that he'll miss some postseason games. What the Hawks will most likely do is take things day by day.
For now, it seems there are essentially three possibilities for Hasegawa: 1) he'll be fine and manage to get some practice in before the start of the Final Stage, 2) the Hawks will decide he needs more rest and won't get any practice in before the start of the Final Stage, 3) out of concern for his health, he missed some / all of the Final Stage.
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by Gen on Oct.10, 2010 @ 6:08 pm, under NPB
Tags: Softbank Hawks, Yuya Hasegawa
Yuya Hasegawa was hit by a pitch in the head during a Phoenix League game against the Yomiuri Giants earlier today and was rushed to a hospital.
The HBP to the head came in Hasegawa's first at bat in the 2nd inning with Takanobu Tsujiuchi on the mound for the Giants.
Hasegawa was conscious after getting hit in the head, but could not stand on his own and had to be taken off the field on a stretcher. From there he was taken to the hospital where doctors examined him and reported no abnormalities in / on Hasegawa's right side of the head. Hasegawa did not have to be hospitalized and returned to the team hotel after his examination.
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