Taiyō-Shochiku Robins
The Yokohama DeNA BayStars (横浜DeNAベイスターズ Yokohama Dī-Enu-Ē Beisutāzu?) are a professional baseball team in the Japanese Central League. Their home field is Yokohama Stadium, located in central Yokohama. The clubhouse is located near the stadium.
The team mascot is DB. Starman, a male-hamster with a star-shaped face. He was kept by the Hosshey family: Hosshey, Hossiena and Hossiezo. The siblings were the team mascots from 1993 until 2011 (Yokohama BayStars era).[citation needed]
The minor league team shares the same name and uniform as the parent team and plays in the Eastern League. The minor league home field is Yokosuka Stadium, located in Yokosuka, Kanagawa.
The team's name has changed from: Taiyō Whales (大洋ホエールズ Taiyō Hoeeruzu?) (1950–1952), Taiyō-Shochiku Robins (大洋松竹ロビンス Taiyō Shōchiku Robinsu?) (1953), Yō-Shō Robins (洋松ロビンス Yō-Shō Robinsu?) (1954), Taiyō Whales (大洋ホエールズ Taiyō Hoeeruzu?) (1955–1977), Yokohama Taiyō Whales (横浜大洋ホエールズ Yokohama Taiyō Hoeeruzu?) (1978–1992), Yokohama BayStars (横浜ベイスターズ Yokohama Beisutāzu?) (1993–2011) to the current name, Yokohama DeNA BayStars, adopted in 2011.

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1954 Taiyo-Shochiku Robins Statistics -- Japanese Leagues ...
Teams Roster, Player Batting, Pitching, and Fielding Statistics, Team Record and additional information.
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Taiyo-Shochiku Robins - BR Bullpen - Baseball-Reference.com
Jul 14, 2007 ... The Taiyo-Shochiku Robins, also Yosho Robins, were a very short-lived team. In 1953 the Taiyo Whales merged with the Shochiku Robins to ...
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Shochiku Robins - BR Bullpen - Baseball-Reference.com
May 7, 2006 ... The Shochiku Robins existed for only three seasons (1950-1952). The former Taiyo Robins won the first Central League title in 1950, slipped to ...
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Yokohama DeNA BayStars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taiyo Whales (1950–1952); Taiyo Shochiku Robins (1953); Yosho Robins (1954 ); Taiyo Whales (1955–1977); Yokohama Taiyo Whales (1978–1992) ...
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Formerly the Taiyo Whales, Taiyo-Shochiku Robins, Yosho Robins, Yokohama Taiyo Whales and Yokohama BayStars; Based in Yokohama, Japan.
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Taiyo Shochiku Robins 1953-1954 uniforms 大洋松竹ロビンス.
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Baseball-Reference.com Mobile. 1954 Taiyo-Shochiku Robins Statistics -. Full. Available Info; Team Batting · Team Pitching · Team Roster · Front Page.
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The stadium list also includes some university-level clubs, where known. ... Club ( 1946): Taiyō Robins(1947–1949) → To the CL: Shochiku Robins (ca.1950-52) ...
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Jun 16, 2013 ... 3.1 All-Japan University Baseball Championship Series; 3.2 Tokyo Big6 ... Taiyo Shochiku Robins, 130, 52, 77, 1, 0.404, 37.5, 467, 622, 0.246 ...
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... School: Naniwa Shogyo HS (JP) · School: Meiji University (JP) ... Japan Central League, Fgn. 1953, 19, Taiyo-Shochiku Robins · Japan Central League, Fgn.
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Richard Worth, 2013
Both teams moved to the city Kobe for the 1989 season. 4724 Taiyo-Shochiku Robins 1953—54 Japanese Central. Joint owners Taiyo and Shochiku transferred the Tokyo Taiyo Shochiku Robins to Osaka for the 1953 season. The team title ...
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... 1.94 Japanese Central League (1950-2003) 1950 Taiyo-Shochiku Robins 98- 35-4 Fumio Fujimura (Osaka) .362 Nobuo Oshima (Shochiku) 2.03 1951 Yomiuri Giants 79-29-6 Tetsuharu Kawakami (Yomiuri) .377 Kiyoshi Matsuda (Yomiuri) ...
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... Sankei Swallows/Atoms, and Yakult Atoms), and the Yokohama Bay Stars ( formerly the Shochiku Robins and Taiyo Whales) . The Pacific League consists of the Seibu Lions (formerly Nishitetsu Lions, Taiheiyo Club Lions, and Crown Lighter ...
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Kindergarten-Grade 2. Beginning with the welcome return of the robin in the early spring, Willis details the creation of the nest, hatching of eggs, feeding and growth of nestlings, and completes the cycle with the return flight south. The realistic colored-pencil illustrations include an inside-the-egg look at an embryo, the hatching of a bird, an...
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Brian Maitland, 1991
Hanshin Tigers 1961-present Osaka Tigers 1946-60 Hanshin 1940-44 Osaka Tigers 1935-39 Yokohama Taiyo Whales 1978-present Taiyo Whales 1955-77 Taiyo Shochiku Robins 1953-541 Pacific League Seibu Lions 1979-present Crown ...
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Doug Lennox, 2010
Japan Series Results Year Winners Finalists Result 1950 Mainichi Orions (PL) Shochiku Robins (CL) 4–2 1951 ... (CL) 4–3 1959 Nankai Hawks (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–0 1960 Taiyo Whales (CL) Daimai Orions (PL) 4–0 1961 Yomiuri ...
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Founded: 1950 as the Taiyo Whales by the Taiyo Fishing Company. The Shochiku Robins were merged into the Whales in 1953 and the team played as the Taiyo Shochiku Robins for one season and the Yo-Sho Robins for one season before returning to the Taiyo Whales from '55 to '77.
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The Yokohama DeNA BayStars (横浜DeNAベイスターズ Yokohama Dī-Enu-Ē Beisutāzu) are a professional baseball team in the Japanese Central League. Their home field is the Yokohama Stadium, located in central Yokohama.
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