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Japanese and Nippon Pro Baseball currently has full player stats for Japanese baseball updated daily and also back to 1936. Team standings, rosters, and team statistics go all of the way back to the inception of the Central and Pacific Leagues in 1950. Prior to 1950, various seasons may also have roster and standings information.


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   Sadaharu Oh, Ichiro Suzuki, Charlie Manuel, Eiji Sawamura, …

Japanese League History
1936 to 2014

Japan Central League (1950-2014, 64 seasons)
Japan Pacific League (1950-2014, 64 seasons)
Japanese Baseball League (1939-1949, 11 seasons)
Japanese Baseball League (Fall) (1936-1938, 3 seasons)
Japanese Baseball League (Spring) (1936-1938, 3 seasons)

Teams by Japanese Cities

None Listed, JP (19 tms) Bunkyo, JP (8 tms) Chiba, JP (22 tms) Fukuoka, JP (54 tms)
Hiroshima, JP (64 tms) Hokkaido, JP (19 tms) Kawasaki, JP (25 tms) Kobe, JP (14 tms)
Kowasaki, JP (2 tms) Kyoto, JP (3 tms) Nagoya, JP (86 tms) Nishinomiya, JP (102 tms)
Osaka, JP (154 tms) Sapporo, JP (10 tms) Sendai, JP (9 tms) Shimoneki, JP (3 tms)
Tokorozawa, JP (37 tms) Tokyo, JP (243 tms) Yokohama, JP (36 tms)

Nippon Pro Baseball on the Bullpen

Japanese Baseball Content on the Bullpen

  Team Summaries, Player Bios, Managers, Team Summaries, Japan Series, No-Hitters, Posted Players, Black Mist Scandal, Contribute, …

High Schools for Japanese Major Leaguers

Players born in Japan

About the Japanese Professional Baseball Data


This data has been provided by Ted Turocy of the Chadwick Baseball Bureau. Many Thanks to Ted for his diligent work on this.