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Kyohei Iwasaki
Kyohei Iwasaki
Kyohei Iwasaki
(岩崎 恭平, born April 4, 1986 in Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese professional baseball second baseman. Iwasaki played for the Chunichi Dragons
Chunichi Dragons
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Second Baseman
In baseball and softball, second baseman is a fielding position in the infield, between second and first base. The second baseman often possesses quick hands and feet, needs the ability to get rid of the ball quickly, and must be able to make the pivot on a double play. In addition, second basemen are usually right-handed; only four left-handed throwing players have ever played second base since 1950.[1] In the numbering system used to record defensive plays, the second baseman is assigned the number 4. Good second basemen need to have very good range, since they have to field balls closer to the first baseman who is often holding runners on, or moving towards the base to cover. On a batted ball to right field, the second baseman goes out towards the ball for the relay
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Motoki Higa
Motoki Higa (比嘉 幹貴, Higa Motoki, born December 7, 1982 in Okinawa, Okinawa, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors) NPB.comv t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23 Torai Fushimi 26 Daiki Tohmei 27 Andrew Albers 28 Shohei Tsukahara 29 Daiki Tajima 31 Eiichi Koyano 32 Brandon Dickson 34 Masataka Yoshida 35 Motoki Higa 37 Kenya Wakatsuki 38 Shūhei Kojima 40 Kōhei Suzuki 47 Tomoyuki Kaida 50 Yūya Oda 54 Yūta Kuroki 55 T-Okada 58 Kazuyuki Kaneda 62 Katsuki Yamazaki
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Batting Average
Batting average
Batting average
is a statistic in cricket, baseball, and softball that measures the performance of batsmen in cricket and batters in baseball and softball. The development of the baseball statistic was influenced by the cricket statistic.[1]Contents1 Cricket1.1 Leading Test batting averages2 Baseball2.1 Qualifications for the batting title 2.2 All-time leaders3 Other contexts 4 ReferencesCricket[edit] See also: Cricket
Cricket
statisticsInternational cricket career batting averages (Jan 2004). Note Bradman's Test average of 99.94.In cricket, a player's batting average is the total number of runs they have scored divided by the number of times they have been out. Since the number of runs a player scores and how often they get out are primarily measures of their own playing ability, and largely independent of their teammates, batting average is a good metric for an individual player's skill as a batter
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Daiki Tohmei
Daiki Tohmei (東明 大貴, Tōmei Daiki, born June 15, 1989 in Gifu, Gifu, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors) NPB.comv t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23 Torai Fushimi 26 Daiki Tohmei 27 Andrew Albers 28 Shohei Tsukahara 29 Daiki Tajima 31 Eiichi Koyano 32 Brandon Dickson 34 Masataka Yoshida 35 Motoki Higa 37 Kenya Wakatsuki 38 Shūhei Kojima 40 Kōhei Suzuki 47 Tomoyuki Kaida 50 Yūya Oda 54 Yūta Kuroki 55 T-Okada 58 Kazuyuki Kaneda 62 Katsuki YamazakiSe
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Shohei Tsukahara
Shohei Tsukahara
Shohei Tsukahara
(塚原 頌平, Tsukahara Shohei, born July 8, 1992 in Yūki, Ibaraki, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes
Orix Buffaloes
in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information
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Eiichi Koyano
Eiichi Koyano (小谷野 栄一, Koyano Eīchi, born October 10, 1980) is a Japanese professional baseball player (infielder) for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball League
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Brandon Dickson
Brandon Dickson (born November 3, 1984) is an American professional baseball player who currently plays for the Orix Buffaloes of the Nippon Professional Baseball League. He was signed undrafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2006 after attending Tusculum College.[1] He is 6' 5", 190 lbs.[2] In 2006, playing for the New Market Rebels in the Valley Baseball League, Dickson had a league-leading and franchise record 13 saves, and led the league in wins, going 5-0 in 26 relief appearances.[3]Contents1 Career 2 Awards and honors 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit]Dickson pitching for the Swing of the Quad Cities, Single-A affiliates of the St. Louis Cardinals, in 2007.His contract was purchased from AAA-Memphis on June 30, 2011, and called up to fill the roster spot vacated by Ryan Franklin's release the previous day.[4] He made his major league debut on July 2, 2011 against the Tampa Bay Rays, pitching a perfect 1.2 IP in the 7th-8th inn
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Masataka Yoshida
Masataka Yoshida (吉田 正尚, born July 15, 1993 in Fukui, Fukui Prefecture) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Orix Buffaloes
Orix Buffaloes
in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball
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Takahiro Okada
Takahiro Okada (岡田 貴弘, born February 9, 1988 in Suita) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder and first baseman for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. His playing name was changed to T-Okada(T-岡田) in 2009, as to prevent name confusion to the new manager Akinobu Okada, which the following season he finished top in home runs. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors) NPBv t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23 Torai Fushimi 26 Daiki Tohmei 27 Andrew Albers 28 Shohei Tsukahara 29 Daiki Tajima 31 Eiichi Koyano 32 Brandon Dickson 34 Masataka Yoshida
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Tatsuya Satoh
Tatsuya Satoh (佐藤 達也, Satō Tatsuya, born July 26, 1986 in Ōmiya, Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.[1] References[edit]^ NPB.com profileExternal links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)v t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23 Torai Fushimi 26 Daiki Tohmei 27 Andrew Albers 28 Shohei Tsukahara 29 Daiki Tajima 31 Eiichi Koyano 32 Brandon Dickson 34 Masataka Yoshida 35 Motoki Higa 37 Kenya Wakatsuki 38 Shūhei Kojima 40 Kōhei Suzuki 47 Tomoyuki Kaida 50 Yūya Oda 54 Yūta Kuroki 55 T-Okad
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Kazuyuki Kaneda
Kazuyuki Kaneda (金田 和之, Kaneda Kazuyuki, born September 18, 1990 in Takarabe, Kagoshima) is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. Kaneda was drafted 5th in the 2012 draft and made his first team debut on opening day of the 2014 season (March 28, 2014), pitching a scoreless 7th inning against the Yomiuri Giants.[1] References[edit]^ "阪神・金田、無失点デビューに「ホッ」 (Hanshin's Kaneda relieved at scoreless debut)". Sankei Sports newspaper. 2014-03-29
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Katsuki Yamazaki
Katsuki Yamazaki (山崎 勝己, born August 16, 1982 in Itami, Hyōgo) is a Japanese professional baseball catcher for the Orix Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors) NPB statsv t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23 Torai Fushimi 26 Daiki Tohmei 27 Andrew Albers 28 Shohei Tsukahara 29 Daiki Tajima 31 Eiichi Koyano 32 Brandon Dickson 34 Masataka Yoshida 35 Motoki Higa 37 Kenya Wakatsuki 38 Shūhei Kojima 40 Kōhei Suzuki 47 Tomoyuki Kaida 50 Yūya Oda 54 Yūta Kuroki 55 T-Okada 58 Kazuyuki Kaneda 62 Katsuki YamazakiSecond squad
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Mamoru Kishida
Mamoru Kishida
Mamoru Kishida
(岸田 護, Kishida Mamoru, born May 10, 1981 in Suita, Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball starting pitcher for the Orix Buffaloes
Orix Buffaloes
in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball
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Yasuo Fujii
As playerHankyu Braves/Orix Braves/Orix BlueWave (1987–2002)As coachOrix BlueWave/Orix Buffaloes (2003–2006, 2009) Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks (2011–2017) Orix Buffaloes (2018–present)Career highlights and awards1x Japan Series champion (1996) 1x NPB All-Star (1989) 2× Best Nine Award (1989, 1993)Last updated on: 9 February 2014Yasuo Fujii (藤井 康雄, born July 7, 1962 in Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan) is a former Nippon Professional Baseball outfielder. External links[edit]Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)v t eOrix Buffaloes current rosterActive roster1 Hiroyuki Nakajima 3 Ryoichi Adachi 4 Shuhei Fukuda 5 Masahiro Nishino 6 Yūma Mune 8 Shunta Gotoh 9 Stefen Romero 10 Kohji Ohshiro 11 Takahiro Matsuba 12 Chris Marrero 13 Taisuke Yamaoka 14 Kazumasa Yoshida 15 Tatsuya Satoh 17 Hirotoshi Masui 19 Chihiro Kaneko 20 Daisuke Kondoh 21 Yuki Nishi 22 Hikaru Ito 23
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Daisuke Hayakawa
As playerOrix BlueWave/ Orix Buffaloes
Orix Buffaloes
(2002 – 2006) Chiba Lotte Marines
Chiba Lotte Marines
(2007 – 2009) Yokohama BayStars
Yokohama BayStars
(2010 – 2011)As coach Orix Buffaloes
Orix Buffaloes
(2016 – present)Last updated on: 11 December 2008 Daisuke Hayakawa
Daisuke Hayakawa
(早川 大輔, Hayakawa Daisuke, born June 3, 1975 in Chiba, Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball player
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