Hi NPB fans!!! First of all, for all NPB fans; you guys wanna know which team do I support? OK today, I will unveil myself (clap )!!! I support… (drumroll ) ……………..
Yeah I really support Hanshin Tigers from 5 years old and yeah… Sorry for other NPB fans who supports other than Hanshin Tigers
Well, here is the ranking, updated in July 3rd;
1. Yakult Swallows （東京ヤクルトスワローズ）
2. Chunichi Dragons（中日ドラゴンズ）
3. Hanshin Tigers（阪神タイガーズ）
4. Yomiuri Giants（読売ジャイアンツ）
5. Hiroshima Carps（広島東洋カープ）
6. Yokohama Baystars（横浜ベイスターズ）
1. Softbank Hawks（ソフトバンクホークス）
2. Nipponham Fighters（北海道日本ハムファイターズ）
3. Orix Buffaloes（オリックスバッファローズ）
4. Lotte Marines（千葉ロッテマリーンズ）
5. Seibu Lions（埼玉西武ライオンズ）
6. Rakuten Golden Eagles（東北楽天ゴールデンイーグルス）
Overall, please don’t stop reading my posts for NPB just because I’m a Hanshin Fan.
Hi NPB fans! We’ve met again. First of all, do you always see the NPB Rankings in my blog? Well, here is the ranking at June 10th;
1. Yakult Swallows
2. Chunichi Dragons
3. Yomiuri Giants
4. Hiroshima Carps
5. Hanshin Tigers
5. Yokohama Baystars
1. Softbank Hawks
2. Nipponham Fighters
3. Orix Buffaloes
4. Seibu Lions
5. Rakuten Golden Eagles
6. Chiba-Lotte Marines
See ya NPB fans! I think I will post the next post at next month!
Hi everyone. In the latest post, I talked about the Central League Table. Today, I’m going to talk about the other League. The Pacific League Table is below the Central League Table. Now, let me see… Wow! Last year’s worst team Rakuten Golden Eagles are first, second tie are Softbank Hawks and Seibu Lions, fourth tie are Nipponham Fighters and Orix Buffaloes, and the last team are Lotte Marines. This would be also funner because the last team Lotte Marines were third, but won in the Japan Series. Also, Rakuten Golden Eagles were last last year, but first in the present. Overall, again thank you for having time for watching this blog post. If you are a NPB (Japan Pro Baseball) fan, please contact to me.
As you can see on one of my widgets, My unfavorite team Yomiuri Giants are first, Yokohama Baystars and Hanshin Tigers are both second, Hiroshima Carps are fourth, Chunichi Dragons are fifth, and Yakult Swallows are last in the Central league Table. Giants are first because they didn’t play one game with Yakult Swallows. When I saw this Table, I thought that this year’s pennant race would be funner than last year because last year’s Central League champion Chunichi Dragons are fifth now and last year’s worst team Yokohama Baystars are second (tie with Hanshin Tigers). To summarize, thank you for people for spending their time watching this blog.
In the Japan Pro Baseball Draft Meeting, Tigers got Pitcher Hifumi in second place after Daiki Enokida（榎田大樹） from Osaka Gas who got first place. First, I will tell you who is Shinta Hifumi.
Hifumi was born in Sept. 29, 1992. When he was 2nd grade, he started playing baseball. In middle school, he played in a junior team as a pitcher. At Tokai-dai-Sagami highschool（東海大相模高校）, he became an ace of the school. In H. 3rd grade, he played with his teammates at Koushien（甲子園）and got quasi-victory (or became in second place).
To summarize, the participation would be expected from him!