Hideki Irabu - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Hideki Irabu (born May 15, 1969 in Hirara (now Miyakojima), Okinawa Prefecture, Japan) is a professional baseball player of Okinawan ethnicity. Irabu's biological father is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hideki_Irabu
Extractions: Hirara Okinawa Prefecture Japan Batted: Right Threw: Right Professional debut NPB Lotte Orions MLB New York Yankees Last professional appearance Texas Rangers MLB statistics Win-Loss Earned run average Strikeouts Teams Career highlights and awards Hideki Irabu Japanese ) (born May 15, 1969 in Hirara (now: Miyakojima Okinawa Prefecture Japan ) is a professional baseball player of Okinawan ethnicity. Irabu's biological father is American and Irabu was raised by Ichiro Irabu and his wife, Kazue. He grew up in Amagasaki Hyōgo Prefecture Irabu pitched for the Lotte Orions , who later became the Chiba Lotte Marines , of the Pacific League Kazuhiro Kiyohara of the Seibu Lions . This was the fastest clocked pitch in all of Japanese Professional Baseball (NPB) until 2005, when the record was broken by Marc Kroon of the Yokohama BayStars . However, it remains the Pacific League record. Irabu led the Pacific League in wins in 1994 (27 games, 207 1/3 innings, 15 wins, 10 losses, 239 strikeouts, ERA 3.04), and in ERA in 1995 and 1996 (1995 - 28, 203, 11-11-0, 239, 2.53; 1996 - 18, 157 1/3, 12-6-0, 167, 2.40). In these successive years, Irabu monopolized the title of greatest strikeout pitcher in his league.
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Pitcher Wins Above Replacement: Irabu, Hideki Pitcher Wins Above Replacement; Year Team IP Runs Rep Def Games Starts LI WAR; 1997 NYA 53.3 47 362 13 9 0.8-1.0 1998 NYA 173 78 103 3 29 28 0.9 2.5 1999 NYA 169.3 98 115-2 32 27 http://www.baseballprojection.com/pwar/i/irabh001.htm
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Extractions: Challenge your Friends to PLAY! Who is Hideki Irabu? Hideki Irabu was a Major League baseball Player (MLB) who made his MLB debut in 1997-07-10. Welcome to the Hideki Irabu biography by Sportspool.com Baseball database. Hideki Irabu was an Major League Baseball Player who was born on May 15, 1969. Hideki Irabu was born as Hideki. Hideki Irabu wieght: 240 lbs. Hideki Irabu height: 76.0 inches. Currently we are featuring Hideki Irabu MLB statistical data. Below you will find the overall record for Hideki Irabu from the teams he managed, the number of games he worked, his winning percentage, the number of wins, the total number of losses and other personal data. An MLB Player controls all matters of team strategy on the field and team leadership, he sets the line-up and starting pitcher before each game as well as making substitutions throughout the game. There have been many Players over the years that we do not list as they were not the team Player. Enjoy the Hideki Irabu MLB historical data provided below. MLB Baseball Player Profile for Hideki Irabu
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Extractions: Robert Whiting wrote the definitive book on Japanese baseball in You Gotta Have Wa, exposing the idiosyncrasies of the game as it is played in Japan. In The Meaning of Ichiro, Whiting takes a look at how the influx of Japanese players to America and the major leagues has affected all those involved. The title comes from Ichiro Suzuki, the first every day player to come from Japan and sign with the Seattle Mariners. While a few pitchers had been signed by MLB, no every day player had ever caught on with a major league team, due in part to the notion that Japanese players were simply inferior to American born players. Ichiro immediately changed all of that by instantly become one of the best all around talents in MLB, winning a batting title in his first season and leading all players in votes garnered for the All-Star Game. MLB immediately began taking Japanese baseball more seriously and Whiting documents the steady flow of players looking to make the jump across the Pacific.
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Extractions: Register Sign In edit=false; thepage=0; [Login to edit this page] In 1997, the San Diego Padres purchased his contract from the Chiba Lotte Marines. This signing is especially notable because it led to the creation of the posting system currently used by Japanese and MLB teams. Irabu, however, refused to sign with the Padres, saying he would only play with the Yankees. For the negotiating rights to Irabu, the Yankees offered the Padres a choice of one from a list of players including Brian Boehringer, David Weathers, Chris Cumberland, Andy Fox, and Matt Luke. The Padres would eventually include him as a player-to-be-named-later in a trade that involved Homer Bush and Irabu traveling to the New York Yankees in exchange for Rafael Medina, Ruben Rivera, and $3 million in cash. The Yankees signed him to a $12.8 million, four-year contract, and after only eight minor league games, the Yankees put him in their rotation. He played with the Yankees from 1997 through 1999, winning two World Series rings (1998, 1999) despite only pitching in one postseason game and having no postseason decisions (ironically, the 1998 win was against the Padres). George Steinbrenner publicly expressed disgust at his weight, at one point calling him a "fat pussy toad" (as in 'full of pus') after he failed to cover first base on a ground ball during a spring training game. Steinbrenner refused to let Irabu accompany the team to Los Angeles, but two days later, Steinbrenner apologized and allowed Irabu to join the team. Steinbrenner's own dissatisfaction with Irabu was parodied in the final episode of Seinfeld; with the fictionalised Steinbrenner on the witness stand, George Costanza's father stands up in the court gallery and berates him for Irabu's inflated salary.
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