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ISF's Day 5 - Game 40 - Japan at Philippines

July 21, 2009

Saskatoon, SK


Game 40

Japan vs Philippines


This is the 8:30 pm game at BVI and will start about 10PM

Umpires for Day 5     Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Philippines at Japan

T1
Philippines:
Very large crowd for this one, many staying after the Canada vs Venezuela game. Crowd seems to be for the Philippine team, very popular.
1 out runner on 3b
2, Jasper walks
27, Binaro, strikes out
6, Bradshaw, runners  on 2 and 3, 2 out; grounnds one but runner out at the plate for the third out.

I had forgotten how vocal the Japanese team can be! The more than chirp, they have a whole thing going on.

B1
10:10pm
first batter singles
1, sac bunt to move the runner
15, ss, skys one to cf, out, runner holds
12, out at 1b
10:17pm
no runs on one hit,no errors, 1 lob
0-0

T2
first batter out at 1b
71, Dario, swings at a bad one
46, Emerson Atilano, goes down swinging
no runs, no hits, no lob, no errors
10:25pm

B2
2, Ono home run to put Japan up 1-0 and no one out
19, Kenji, fly out to cf
5, Matasoka, home run into the beer tent, now its 2-0
23, Suzuki, out
8, Hireshi, out at 1b
10:40pm

2-0 for Japan

T3
17, Santos, struck out
16, Rosales, out

21, Orlando Binarao, single
2, Jasper Cabrera, nailed hard by pitch into the arm; walk to first
27, Binarao, hit by pitch, take a walk, bases loaded
6, Bradshaw, hard swing and out
no runs on one hit, 3 lob
10:55pm

B3
1, Hiraku Yokoyama, nicely executed bunt and head first slide into first.
15, Hazeamu, triple to cf fence, fielder falls down, scores the runner and sits on 3b
12, Harada, out
2,  out at 1b
19, Kenji Nakamura, pop out to cf, out
11:03pm
one run on two hits, no errors
3-0 for Japan

T4
15, Abello, safe on first, baseman dropped the ball
71, Bachrisas, ( 9 is running at 1b ) - grounder to 2b out there batter safe at 1b
46, Emerson Atilano, - another change coming - 71 out, 12 is in to run at 1b  - runner out at 1b although the partisan crowd said he was safe.  coach not happy. and a re entry
11:14pm

3-0 for Japan

the large crowd we had is slipping away. One Philippino family still up in the stands waving their flag.

B4
5, Matsuoku, out
23, Suzuki, single up the middle
6, ss, Masukazu, singles, and makes it to 2b on a bad throw and runner on 3b, yes runners on 2-3
8, Miroshi, grounds out to end the inning
no runs on two hits, no errors, one lob
3-0 for Japan

T5
1 out no one on
16, Rosales, high fly to deep rf, and out
21, 1b, Orlando Binarado, goes down swinging
10:27pm

B5
1 out
scored one run
runner on 2b
2, Ono, grounds to 3b, fakes the throw to 1b, nails the runner at 2b, nice out
19, Kenji, singles so runners on 1 and 2
5, Matsuoka, drives it down the 1b side, scores one, runners on the corners
5-0 now for Japan
23, Suzuki, walked, the bases are loaded, 2 out
6, fly out to deep cf for the out leaving 3 stranded
11:45pm
5-0 for Japan
2 runs on 4 hits, 3 LOB

T6
2, Jasper Carera, walk
27, Manolino, strikes out after trying to get a walk on a hit foot but he was limping on the wrong foot, it seems
6, Bradshaw, pop to lf and out - runner on 2b, 2 out
15, Abello, hit by pitch, on the elbow, ouch. walk to first, runners on 1 and 2 now
12, Ben Maravilles, goes down swinging and strands two runners
no runs and no hits, 2 lob
11:56pm

T7
8, Ishimura, hit by pitch and he did not think it as an accident - blue warned both managers
22, Kamei Hiroshi, turned a beautiful double play but appears Japan player tagged at 2b slid into baseman, both benches cleared for a bit, managers all out talking to the blue.
 not a bench cleaing brawl, just a discussion, of sorts. Nothing serious, mostly a lot of shouting with exception it got pretty tense at 2b. Luckily the player who did the sliding walked to his bench.
and the meetings go on and on - arguement included fact Japan plunked more players than the Philippines did. Took some time as the team from Japan had to have some translation. It appeared from
where I sat that the blue did a good job of keeping this under control.
There is an ejection.
From the applause I assume it was the player from Japan who slid into the baseman.
Most of the fans left are from the Philippines.
12:08am
 no runs on no hits
replacement for #8 of Japan

B7
new pitcher for Japan, 17, Iida Kunihiko
46, Emerson, Atilano, goes down swinging
17, Santos, caught looking
16, Rosales, and that's the ball game folks
12:16am

final

Japan: 5
Philippines: 0

This was an enjoyable game, at least until the 7th inning. It was closer than the score indicated. Both teams played well.

Game Scoring By Inning:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R
H
E
Philippines
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
Japan
0
2
1
0
2
0
x
5
12
0


Winning Pitcher: Hamaguchi, Tatsuya Losing Pitcher: Barredo, Leo
IP
R
ER
ERA
H
K
BB
HP
TP
KP
BP
Japan
Hamaguchi, Tatsuya
6.0
0
0
0.00
3
10
2
3
97
57
40
Iida, Kunihiko
1.0
0
0
0.00
0
3
0
0
15
9
6
Philippines
Barredo, Leo
4.0
3
3
5.25
8
3
0
0
65
46
19
Rojas, Rogelio
2.0
2
2
7.00
4
1
1
1
36
24
12
ERA computed assuming 7 innings per game
















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