1984 NPB All-Star Game

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There were three 1984 NPB All-Star Games.

Game 1[edit]

Game 1 took place July 21 at Korakuen Baseball Stadium, with an attendance of 34,572. The PL won in a romp, with Daijiro Oishi and Koji Minoda each rapping three hits and Minoda driving in three. Koji Yamamoto hit a three-run homer in the first in a losing effort. Masayuki Matsunuma got the win over Takashi Nishimoto. Minoda was named game MVP, which he had previously won in 1978 NPB All-Star Game 2.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pacific 0 4 3 3 2 0 0 0 2 14 15 1
Central 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 11 4

Players used[edit]

Pacific League Starting Lineup

  1. Daijiro Oishi, 2B (Kintetsu Buffaloes)
  2. Yutaka Fukumoto, LF (Lotte Orions)
  3. Koji Minoda, CF (Hankyu Braves)
  4. Greg Wells, 1B (Hankyu)
  5. Tommy Cruz, RF (Nippon Ham Fighters)
  6. Hiromitsu Ochiai, 3B (Lotte)
  7. Hiromichi Ishige, SS (Seibu Lions)
  8. Tsutomu Ito, C (Seibu)
  9. Masayuki Matsunuma, P (Seibu)

Backups Used

Manager

Coaches

Central League Starting Lineup

  1. Tadashi Matsumoto, CF (Yomiuri Giants)
  2. Yoshihiko Takahashi, SS (Hiroshima Carp)
  3. Kiyoshi Nakahata, 1B (Yomiuri)
  4. Koji Yamamoto, LF (Hiroshima)
  5. Tatsunori Hara, 3B (Yomiuri)
  6. Kazunori Shinozuka, 2B (Yomiuri)
  7. Yasushi Tao, RF (Chunichi Dragons)
  8. Kazuhiro Yamakura, C (Yomiuri)
  9. Takashi Nishimoto, P (Yomiuri)

Backups Used

Manager

Coaches

Umpires[edit]

Game 2[edit]

Game 2 was held July 22 and was held in front of 34,448 fans at Hanshin Koshien Baseball Stadium. The PL won again, with Wells, Kadota and Ishige all going deep (Wells was named game MVP). Nakata and Yazawa homered for the CL. Yasujiro Suzuki got credit for the win and Osamu Higashio the save while Nishimoto lost again.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pacific 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 6 9 3
Central 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 8 1

Players used[edit]

Pacific League Starting Lineup

  1. Oishi, 2B
  2. Yukumoto, LF
  3. Minoda, CF
  4. Wells, 1B
  5. Kadota, RF
  6. Ochiai, 3B
  7. Ishige, SS
  8. Omiya, C
  9. Keishi Suzuki, P (Kintetsu)

Backups Used

  • Kono, LF/CF
  • Takazawa, LF
  • Matsunaga, 3B
  • Kagawa, PH
  • Yumioka, SS
  • Ito, C
  • Yutaro Imai, P (Hankyu)
  • Cruz, PH
  • Yasujiro Suzuki, P
  • Osamu Higashio, P (Seibu)

Central League Starting Lineup

  1. Matsumoto, CF
  2. Takagi, 2B
  3. Nakahata, 1B
  4. Kakefu, 3B
  5. Yazawa, RF
  6. Oshima, LF
  7. Takahashi, SS
  8. Nakao, C
  9. Kazuo Yamane, P (Hiroshima)

Backups Used

  • Nishimoto, P
  • Tao, PH
  • Ono, P
  • Kobayakawa, RF
  • Kinugasa, 1B
  • Kazuyuki Yamamoto, P (Hanshin)
  • Shinozuka, SS
  • Ko. Yamamoto, PH
  • Yamakura, C
  • Hara, PH
  • Kazuhiko Endo, P (Taiyo)
  • Wakamatsu, CF

Umpires[edit]

Game 3[edit]

Game 3 was held July 24 in Chunichi Baseball Stadium; the attendance was 28,430. The CL won, 4-1, with strong games from Nakahata (2 R, 2 RBI, HR) and Egawa (8 K, 0 H in 3 IP). Egawa got the win, Ushijima the save and Suzuki the loss.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pacific 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1
Central 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 - 4 7 0

Players used[edit]

Pacific League Starting Lineup

  1. Oishi, 2B
  2. Fukumoto, CF
  3. Minoda, RF
  4. Wells, 1B
  5. Kurihashi, LF
  6. Ochiai, 3B
  7. Ishige, SS
  8. Ito, C
  9. Kazuhiro Yamauchi, P

Backups Used

  • Kadota, PH
  • Takazawa, CF
  • Kono, LF
  • Kagawa, PH
  • Yumioka, SS
  • Omiya, C
  • Yoshinori Sato, P (Hankyu)
  • Cruz, PH
  • Suzuki, P
  • Masaru Ishikawa, P (Lotte)
  • Matsunaga, PH
  • Kawahara, P

Central League Starting Lineup

  1. Tao, CF
  2. Shinozuka, 2B
  3. Yazawa, 1B
  4. Ko. Yamamoto, LF
  5. Kakefu, 3B
  6. Oshima, RF
  7. Takahashi, SS
  8. Nakao, C
  9. Genji Kaku, P (Chunichi)

Backups Used

  • Takagi, 2B
  • Nakahata, 1B
  • Matsumoto, CF
  • Ushijima, P
  • Hara, 3B
  • Wakamatsu, PH
  • Yamakura, C
  • Kobayakawa, PH
  • Egawa, P
  • Suzuki, P
  • Kajima, P
  • Kinugasa, PH
  • Endo, P
  • Yamasaki, RF

Umpires[edit]

  • Igarashi, Fukui, Nagami, T. Kobayashi, K. Kobayashi, Okada

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