Hiroyuki Nakajima #3

  • 2B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 11"/200

Hiroyuki Nakajima does not have any MLB stats for the 2014 season

Hiroyuki Nakajima Bio

  • Full Name: Hiroyuki Nakajima
  • Born: 7/31/1982 in Itami, Japan
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October 30, 2014 2B Hiroyuki Nakajima elected free agency.
September 17, 2014 Midland RockHounds activated 2B Hiroyuki Nakajima from the 7-day disabled list.
September 5, 2014 Midland RockHounds placed 2B Hiroyuki Nakajima on the 7-day disabled list.
June 20, 2014 Midland RockHounds activated 2B Hiroyuki Nakajima from the 7-day disabled list.
June 8, 2014 Midland RockHounds placed 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima on the 7-day disabled list. Right groin injury.
April 30, 2014 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima assigned to Midland RockHounds from Sacramento River Cats.
April 24, 2014 Sacramento River Cats placed 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima on the 7-day disabled list.
April 2, 2014 Oakland Athletics sent Hiroyuki Nakajima outright to Sacramento River Cats.
March 29, 2014 Oakland Athletics optioned 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima to Sacramento River Cats.
March 28, 2014 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of Hiroyuki Nakajima from Midland RockHounds.
March 11, 2014 SS Hiroyuki Nakajima assigned to Oakland Athletics.
November 13, 2013 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima assigned to Midland RockHounds from Sacramento River Cats.
August 16, 2013 Oakland Athletics sent Hiroyuki Nakajima outright to Sacramento River Cats.
May 23, 2013 Oakland Athletics optioned 3B Hiroyuki Nakajima to Sacramento River Cats.
May 3, 2013 Oakland Athletics sent SS Hiroyuki Nakajima on a rehab assignment to Sacramento River Cats.
March 30, 2013 Hiroyuki Nakajima roster status changed by Oakland Athletics.
December 18, 2012 Oakland Athletics signed free agent SS Hiroyuki Nakajima.

Hiroyuki Nakajima Bio Info

Hiroyuki Nakajima...played for Japan in the 2008 Olympics and the 2009 World Baseball Classic. 2012 Batted .311 with 13 home runs and 74 RBI in 136 games in his final season in Japan...was honored with the Best Nine Award at shortstop for the second consecutive season and fourth time in his career...also won his second consecutive Gold Glove, his third overall...ranked second in Pacific League in batting (.311) and on-base percentage (.382), tied for second in hits (155), tied for third in sacrifice flies (6), fourth in slugging (.451) and total bases (225), tied for fourth in intentional walks (3) and hit by pitches (9), fifth in runs (69), doubles (29) and RBI (74), sixth in home runs (13) and tied for eighth in walks (52)... named to the All-Star team for the seventh consecutive season and eighth time overall...went 1-for-7 (.143) in the three games, starting all three contests... went 2-for-10 (.200) with a walk and RBI in three postseason games as the Lions lost in the first round of the playoffs to Fukuoka. 2011 Won his third Best Nine Award at shortstop after hitting .297 with 16 home runs and 100 RBI in 144 games for Seibu...the RBI were a career-high and ranked second in the Pacific League...also led the PL in sacrifice flies (11), tied for the lead in games played (144), ranked third in hits (168) and total bases (245), fourth in at bats (566), fifth in runs (82) and slugging (.433), tied for fifth in hit by pitches (12), sixth in batting, tied for sixth in home runs, eighth in doubles (27) and ninth in walks (44) and on-base percentage (.354)...also had a career high in at bats and matched his high in games played and sacrifice flies...won his second Gold Glove Award...was a member of the PL All-Star team...went 1-for-6 (.167) in the three games, including a start in the second game...went 4-for-20 (.200) with two walks in five postseason games for Seibu...the Lions swept a best-of-three series from Nippon-Ham before being swept by Softbank in the best-of-five Pacific League finals. 2010 Hit .314 with 20 home runs and 93 RBI in 130 games for Seibu...added a career-high 33 doubles for a .511 slugging percentage...also established a career-high in sacrifice flies (11) and matched his best in hit by pitches (13)...led the Pacific League in sacrifice flies, ranked second in hit by pitches, fourth in slugging, tied for fourth in RBI, sixth in total bases (257), tied for sixth in doubles, eighth in on-base percentage (.385), ninth in batting (.314) and home runs, 10th in runs (80) and stolen bases (15) and tied for 10th in triples (3)...named to his fifth consecutive PL All-Star team and went 2-for-5 (.400) in two games, including a start in the first game...went 3-for-10 (.300) with two walks in Seibu's first round playoff loss to Chiba Lotte. 2009 Earned his second consecutive Best Nine Award after hitting .309 with 22 home runs and 92 RBI in 144 games...led the Pacific League in on-base percentage for the second consecutive season with a mark of .398...also led the league in runs (100) and hits (173), tied for the lead in games, ranked second in walks (75), tied for second in total bases (276), third in RBI, fourth in at bats (560), sixth in batting, tied for sixth in hit by pitches (10), seventh in strikeouts (113), tied for seventh in home runs, eighth in stolen bases (20) and ninth in slugging (.493) and doubles (31)...had career highs in games, runs, hits and walks...named to the PL All-Star team...went 2-for-5 (.400) with a RBI in the two games, including a start in the first game...played for Japan in the World Baseball Classic...batted .364 with four doubles and six RBI in seven games to lead the Japanese squad to the championship...added six walks for a .516 on-base percentage. 2008 Enjoyed his best season as he batted .331 with 21 home runs and 81 RBI in 124 games to lead Seibu to the Japanese League Championship...posted career-highs in batting, slugging (.527), on-base percentage (.410) and stolen bases (25)...led the Pacific League in on-base percentage, ranked second in batting, fourth in stolen bases and hit by pitches (12), tied for fourth in doubles (32), fifth in slugging and hits (161), seventh in walks (55) and total bases (256), eighth in strikeouts (96), tied for eighth in home runs and ninth in RBI...earned his first Best Nine Award at shortstop...also won his first Gold Glove... went 1-for-5 (.200) in two All-Star games, including a start at third base in the first game...batted .304 (14-for-46) with four home runs, 11 RBI, two walks and three hit by pitches in 12 postseason games... went 4-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI in Seibu's 10-3 win in Game 1 of the Pacific League Championship Series against Nippon-Ham...hit .286 (6-for-21) with two home runs and six RBI in five games in the PLCS...then batted .320 (8-for-25) with two home runs and five RBI in seven games in the Nippon Series as the Lions defeated Yomiuri four games to three for the Championship...hit a solo home run off Koji Uehara in the sixth inning of Game 1 to break a 1-1 tie in a 2-1 victory...also homered in a 3-2 loss in Game 2...played for Japan in the Olympics in Beijing...batted .296 (8-for-27) with four doubles and five RBI for the Japanese squad that lost the Bronze Medal game to the United States. 2007 Batted .300 with 12 home runs and 74 RBI in 143 games for Seibu...had career highs in triples (5) and strikeouts (134) and matched his high in hit by pitches (13)...ranked fifth in the Pacific League in batting but had the third most strikeouts...also ranked third in hits (160), fourth in games and at bats (533), tied for fourth in triples and hit by pitches, tied for sixth in doubles (28), seventh in total bases (234) and ninth in runs (68) and RBI...named to his second consecutive All-Star team and went 1-for-4 with a run scored in the two games. 2006 Topped the .300 mark for the first time in his career as he ranked eighth in the Pacific League with a .306 batting average...established a career-high in hit by pitches (13)...named to his second All-Star team...went 3-for-6 (.500) in the two games, including a three-hit game in the second game. 2005 Hit .274 with 11 home runs and 60 RBI in 118 games in his second full season with Seibu. 2004 Hit a career-high 27 home runs and drove in 90 runs in his first full season with Seibu...added a .287 batting average and stole 18 bases in 133 games...was named to his first NPB All-Star Game for the Pacific League...went 2-for-7 (.286) in the two games, including a two-hit performance in the first game...helped Seibu win the Japanese League Championship in a four games to three victory over Chunichi. 2003 Batted .258 with four home runs and 11 RBI in 44 games with Seibu. 2002 Was called up by Seibu for the first time and went 1-for-7 (.143) in four games with the Lions.