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Japanese leagues

Page history last edited by Mischa Gelman 4 years, 6 months ago
Filename Description Credit Date Size Comments
2015Japan.zip 2015 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman February 5 2016 29 KB CL MVP Tetsuto Yamada is the first player to lead his league in homers and steals and goes 30-30. PL MVP Yuki Yanagita is the first 30-30 player to win a batting title.
2014Japan.zip 2014 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman December 23 2014 29 KB Cuban stars Alfredo Despaigne, Yulieski Gourriel and Frederich Cepeda come to Japan as Cuba eases policies
2013JPN.zip 2013 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman June 10 2014 29 KB Masahiro Tanaka goes 24-0, setting a NPB record for consecutive wins. Wladimir Balentien sets the NPB record with 60 HR.
2012JPN.zip 2012 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

July 28

2014

28 KB Katsuya Kakunaka becomes the first former Japanese independent leaguer to win a batting title.
2011J.zip 2011 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman November 17 2014 28 KB Offensive levels plummet; Takeya Nakamura becomes the first player to outhomer an entire team in 57 years.
2010Japan.zip 2010 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman September 3 2015 28 KB Matt Murton breaks Ichiro Suzuki's record for hits in a season.
2007j.zip 2007 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Apr 27

2008

26 KB Yu Darvish is the youngest MVP in a Japanese league in over 50 years.
2006j.zip 2006 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  
33 KB Atsuya Furuta becomes Japan's first player-manager in 30 years
2005j.zip 2005 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

33 KB

Norichika Aoki becomes the first player in the Central League to get 200 hits in a year
2004j.zip 2004 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Jan 9 2005

35 KB Japan has its first strike (for two days) and first playoffs (in the Pacific League). Yomiuri sets a new home run record but misses the Japan Series due to a lack of pitching.
2003j.zip 2003 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Dec 28 2004 25 KB Daiei has the first quartet of 100-RBI men in Japanese history to help lead them to the title.
2002j.zip 2002 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman May 16 2004 27 KB Alex Cabrera ties the Japanese homer record while playing for Seibu.
2000j.zip 2000 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman May 23 2004 29 KB The Pacific League features Ichiro Suzuki winning his 7th straight batting title just before heading to the U.S.
1999j.zip 1999 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman May 16 2004 23 KB Bobby Rose sets a new Central League record for hits and picks up the most RBI of anybody since 1950. Rookies Koji Uehara and Daisuke Matsuzaka lead their circuits in wins and are each named to the Best 9 team in addition to their Rookie of the Year awards.
1998j.zip 1998 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Jul 5 2004 23 KB Yokohoma wins their only Japan Series ever thanks to the "machine gun attack" and MVP closer Kazuhiro Sasaki (45 saves, 0.64 ERA).
1997j.zip 1997 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Jul 5 2004 23 KB Ichiro Suzuki sets a record of consecutive appearances without striking out.
1996j.zip 1996 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Jul 5 2004 23 KB Troy Neel wins the Japan Series MVP despite going 3 for 17 thanks to clutch hitting to help Orix to the title. Ichiro Suzuki wins his 3rd consecutive and final Pacific League MVP award.
1995j.zip 1995 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Jul 5 2004 23 KB The Pacific League's top RBI figure was 80, a record low, in a pitching-dominated season.
1994j.zip 1994 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman Nov 9 2003 23 KB Rookie Ichiro Suzuki becomes the first player ever to collect 200 hits and falls short in his bid to become the first .400 hitter ever in Japan.
1979J.zip 1979 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Sep 24

2007  

25 KB Charlie Manuel leads the Pacific League in homers despite missing time after a pitch knocked out 10 teeth and broke his jaw so badly he could not eat solid food. Yoshihiko Takahashi sets the all-time NPB record for longest hitting streak.
1966J.zip 1966 Japanese Central and Pacific Leagues Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

22 KB Masanori Murakami returns from two years in the majors. The Oh-Nagashima combo powers Yomiuri to the second of 9 consecutive titles.
1964jpncnt.zip 1964 Japanese Central League Mischa Gelman Sep 14 2003 12 KB Sadaharu Oh sets the home run record with 55. Gene Bacque becomes the only foreigner ever to win the Sawamura Award as the top pitcher.
1956JPN.zip 1956 Japanese Central and Pacific League Mischa Gelman January 30 2015 26 KB Rookie Kazuhisa Inao sets the PL ERA record (1.06), a mark which was still standing over 50 years later.

 

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