|Chunichi Dragons – No. 63|
|Born:September 23, 1988|
|2008, for the Chunichi Dragons|
Naomichi Donoue (堂上 直倫, born September 23, 1988 in Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball player for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. He is a utility infielder and has played at various positions including short stop, third base and second base.
While mainly used as a utility infielder for the majority of his career, Donoue became the every day starting short stop for the Dragons in the 2016 season showing great defensive abilities as well as handy form with the bat.
His father Terashi is a former pro having pitched for the Chunichi Dragons between 1971 and 1985. His elder brother Takehiro is also a professional baseball player currently playing for Yomiuri Giants.
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