Hisanobu Watanabe

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Hisanobu Watanabe
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Pitcher/ Manager
Born: (1965-08-02) August 2, 1965 (age 48)
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Professional debut
NPB: June 29, 1984 for the Seibu Lions
NPB statistics
Win-Loss-Tie 125-110-14
ERA 3.67
Strikeouts 1609
Teams
As Player
As Coach
As Manager
Last update: December 4, 2013

Hisanobu Watanabe (渡辺 久信 born August 2, 1965 in Kiryu, Gunma, Japan) is the former baseball player who played in the Japanese professional leagues from 1984-1998. He also was manager of the Saitama Seibu Lions for most of his pitching career with the Lions. His nickname is "Nabe-Q".

Career statistics[edit]

  • Bolded figures are league-leading.
Year Team G CG SHO W L SV IP H HR BB
+HBP
SO ER ERA
(Place)
1984 Seibu Lions 15 2 0 1 1 0 52.2 41 7 31 38 23 3.93
1985 43 7 0 8 8 11 152.0 132 22 75 121 54 3.20(2)
1986 39 13 1 16 6 1 219.1 191 22 82 178 70 2.87(2)
1987 30 5 1 5 3 8 105.2 81 10 46 74 36 3.07
1988 28 14 3 15 7 0 185 163 29 62 123 74 3.60(14)
1989 29 17 4 15 11 0 226.2 210 34 90 174 86 3.41(5)
1990 30 16 2 18 10 0 224.1 206 31 86 172 74 2.97(2)
1991 25 6 1 7 10 0 151.1 142 17 73 127 74 4.40(18)
1992 28 8 2 12 12 0 179.1 164 17 88 141 76 3.81(15)
1993 26 7 1 9 14 0 160.0 153 15 73 143 68 3.83(17)
1994 25 4 0 9 8 0 146.1 149 16 75 97 71 4.37(14)
1995 20 0 0 3 4 6 49.1 42 7 30 43 31 5.66
1996 20 5 2 6 9 0 118.1 116 19 53 92 60 4.56
1997 12 0 0 0 2 0 43.1 42 4 27 37 20 4.15
1998 Yakult Swallows 19 1 0 1 5 1 61.2 56 9 38 49 29 4.23
1999 Chiayi-Tainan Luka 28 8 2 18 7 0 207.2 195 - 50 201 54 2.34
2000 27 7 1 15 8 0 203.2 194 - 42 169 56 2.47
2001 23 3 0 2 7 4 86.1 81 - 8 80 35 3.65
NPB Total(15 years) 389 105 17 125 110 27 2075.2 1888 259 932 1609 846 3.67
TML Total(3 years) 78 18 3 35 22 4 497.2 470 - 100 450 145 2.62

Titles and Awards(NPB)[edit]

  • Wins Champion : 3 times (1986,1988,1990)
  • Winning Percentage Champion : Once (1986)
  • Strikeouts Champion : Once (1986)
  • Best Nine : Once (1986)
  • Golden Glove : Once (1990)
  • All Star game appearance : 6 times (1985–1986,1988–1990,1992)
  • No-hitter : Once (June 11, 1996)

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