Hiroshima Toyo Carp (@1.66) vs Yakult Swallows (@2.0)
05-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Hiroshima Toyo Carp will win

Hiroshima Toyo Carp – Yakult Swallows Match Prediction | 05-09-2019 05:00

The team colors are red and dark blue. The mascot character is Slyly who loves entertaining. Slyly likes pulling pranks, dancing, and being mischievous. The team has won the Central League championship 9 times, and has also won the Nippon Series 3 times. The Hiroshima Castle is called Rijo which means Carp Castle. The present home field, MAZDA Zoom-Zoom Stadium, was completed in 2009. The symbol mark of the team is the so-called Carp Boya meaning Carp boy. Also, the Otagawa River flowing through Hiroshima City is famous for the speciality of carp. The Hiroshima Toyo Carp team was established in 1949 and belongs to the Central League. It has an open infield and outfield with natural grass which is rare in Japan. The carp was selected as the symbol of the team for various reasons.

The company was renamed Mazda Motor Corporation in 1984, but the Toyo name remains memorialized in the name of the baseball team. In 1968, the Toyo Kogyo company became the team's chief sponsor, and the company name was inserted to become the Hiroshima Toyo Carp. The team ended the season above 3rd place for the first time the year corporate sponsorship started, but fell back into last place from 1972 to 1974.

A month into the season, Lutz and the Carp parted ways after a dispute with the front office. The team hired its first non-Japanese manager, Joe Lutz, in 1975[1], becoming the first Japanese professional team to hire a foreign manager. Lutz ordered the team's cap to be changed to red to symbolize a never-ending fighting spirit[citation needed], and he hired Gail Hopkins and Richie Scheinblum. Whether he was fired, or quit is not clear.[2] However, the team won its first ever league championship in 1975 to begin a memorable series of seasons.

The team has never signed any free agents, and is often forced to let go of star players because they can no longer pay their salaries (recent examples include Tomoaki Kanemoto, Akira Etoh, Andy Sheets, Nate Minchey, John Bale, Greg LaRocca and Takahiro Arai). One of the major reasons for the team's recent demise[clarification needed] is the lack of financial support it receives from its sponsors. The Hiroshima Carp was the last Japanese team to have a non-Japanese player on its roster (excluding Japanese-Americans). Zoilo Versalles, the 1965 American League MVP, was the first non-Japanese player to play for the Carp.

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This agreement may have targeted the Carp, since the team had been in last place every season. The Shochiku Robins ended the season in last place with a .288 winning percentage, and was merged with the Taiyo Whales. The Central League had seven teams in 1952, making it complicated to form a coherent schedule for each team. The team won only 37 games in 1952, but ended with a .316 winning percentage, saving itself from being disbanded. Therefore, it was decided that any team that ended the season with a winning percentage below .300 would be disbanded or merged with another team.

The former uniforms of the Hiroshima Toyo Carp are similar to the Major League Baseball team the Cincinnati Reds[relevant? discuss].

Mazda is the largest single shareholder (34.2%), which is less than the portion owned by the Matsuda family (about 60%). (, Ty Kgy Kabushiki Gaisha). The Hiroshima Toyo Carp (, Hiroshima Ty Kpu) are a professional baseball team based in Hiroshima, Japan. However, the company connection is highlighted in the club name; until 1984, Mazda's official name was Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. Because of that, Mazda is not considered the owner firm. The team is primarily owned by the Matsuda family, led by Hajime Matsuda (, Matsuda Hajime), who is a descendant of Mazda founder Jujiro Matsuda. They compete in the Central League of Nippon Professional Baseball.

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Koji Yamamoto, Sachio Kinugasa, Jim Lyttle and Adrian Garrett formed the powerful Akaheru (literally meaning "Red Helmet") lineup, which won two consecutive pennants and Japan Series from 1979 to 1980. The Carp team became a powerhouse in 1978, hitting over 200 home runs in one season for the first time in Japanese baseball history. Manager Takeshi Koba retired in 1985, but the team still won the pennant the following year. A strong pitching staff led to another Japan Series win in 1984.

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Head to head we have seen that 1 games are under and 4 games are over. away team are 2 wins and 3 losses in their last 5 games. Home team are 3 wins and 2 loss in their last 5 games. Here I think we will see more then 9 runs scored in the game. Today we have baseball NPB Japan highest league in the country between Tokyo Yakult Swallows hosting Hiroshima Carp.

In 2008, even though they were expected to finish last place[by whom?] as both the ace Hiroki Kuroda and slugger Takahiro Arai were gone by free agency, their chance of entering of playoffs was not eliminated until the very end of the season (when only 3 games remained), and they finished fourth, closely following Chunichi Dragons. The team set a new record in April, 2006, scoring only 2 runs for the first 9 games of the season[citation needed]. Marty Brown became the manager in 2006, becoming the team's first non-Japanese manager in 31 years (since Joe Lutz). Through still not finishing above third, the team concentrated on developing potential young players.

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