Hisashi Iwakuma

Hisashi Iwakuma #18

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  • B/T: D/D
  • 6' 3"/210
  • Edad: 34

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Hisashi Iwakuma Estadísticas

9-5 3.54 129.2 111 1.06

Hisashi Iwakuma Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

47-25 3.17 653.2 551 1.08

Hisashi Iwakuma Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Hisashi Iwakuma
  • Pronunciación: he-sash-ee ee-wah-kuma
  • Apodo: Kuma
  • Nacido: 4/12/1981 en Tokyo, Japan
  • Preparatoria: Horikoshi, Tokyo
  • Debut: abril 20, 2012
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2015 Estadísticas 9 5 3.54 20 20 0 129.2 111 1.06
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 47 25 3.17 111 97 2 653.2 551 1.08

Hisashi Iwakuma Sinker Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Avg Exit Velocity (mph)
2015 Mariners AL 521 Sinker 87.74 87.70 1982.00 6.29 92.42
MLB Avg - - - Sinker 91.26 90.86 2084.00 6.10 90.05


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Hisashi Iwakuma Estadísticas

Hisashi Iwakuma Estadísticas Avanzadas

Hisashi Iwakuma Eventos de Statcast


Hisashi Iwakuma Noticias de Fantasía

18 de December de 2015 a las 6:10 ET

Iwakuma re-signs with Mariners

The Hisashi Iwakuma saga did a complete 360-degree twist late Thursday as the Mariners announced they've re-signed the 34-year-old right-hander to a one-year guaranteed deal with two more potential vesting years, after the Dodgers backed out of a three-year, $45 million agreement earlier in the day.

17 de December de 2015 a las 12:58 ET

Iwakuma, Dodgers hit potential snag

Right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma, who made just 20 starts in 2015 due to a lat strain, failed a physical examination, according to the translation of a report from Japan's Jiji Press.


Hisashi Iwakuma Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2013 Seattle AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
17/08/2015 Seattle AL

WBC All-Tournament Team

Año Equipo League
2009 Japan WBC

Hisashi Iwakuma Tabla de líderes

Promedio de carreras limpias

Season PCL Rank
2013 2.66 3rd in AL
2014 3.52 18th in AL


Season G Rank
2013 14 8th in AL
2014 15 8th in AL


Season SO Rank
2013 185 12th in AL
2014 154 22nd in AL


Season WHIP Rank
2013 1.01 2nd in AL
2014 1.05 4th in AL

Promedio de Bateo en Contra

Season PRO Rank
2013 .220 3rd in AL
2014 .244 19th in AL

Juegos iniciados

Season Aperturas Rank
2013 33 4th in AL

Juegos completos

Season JC Rank
2015 1 15th in AL


Season BL Rank
2015 1 6th in AL

Entradas lanzadas

Season IL Rank
2013 219.2 3rd in AL

Ponches por cada nueve entradas

Season K/9 Rank
2013 7.58 21st in AL
2014 7.74 23rd in AL


Season H4 Rank
2013 25 12th in AL
2014 20 16th in AL

Hisashi Iwakuma Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
18 de diciembre de 2015 Seattle Mariners agente libre firmado RHP Hisashi Iwakuma.
2 de noviembre de 2015 RHP Hisashi Iwakuma eligio agente libre.
6 de julio de 2015 Seattle Mariners activan a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
25 de junio de 2015 Seattle Mariners envian a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma una asignación de rehabilitación a Tacoma Rainiers.
20 de junio de 2015 Seattle Mariners envian a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma una asignación de rehabilitación a Everett AquaSox.
24 de abril de 2015 Seattle Mariners ponen a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma on the 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al April 21, 2014. Right Lat Strain
3 de mayo de 2014 Seattle Mariners activan a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
27 de abril de 2014 Seattle Mariners envian a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma una asignación de rehabilitación a Tacoma Rainiers.
21 de abril de 2014 Seattle Mariners activan a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
29 de marzo de 2014 Seattle Mariners ponen a RHP Hisashi Iwakuma en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al March 21, 2014. torn extensor tendon in right middle finger
27 de marzo de 2012 Hisashi Iwakuma estado en la lista cambian a por Seattle Mariners.
5 de enero de 2012 Seattle Mariners agente libre firmado RHP Hisashi Iwakuma.

Info Biográfica de Hisashi Iwakuma

Hisashi Iwakuma…attended Horikoshi High School…played in the 2004 Athens Olympics and 2009 World Baseball Classic…originally selected by Osaka Kintetsu in the fifth round of the 1999 NPB amateur draft…nicknamed "Kuma," which is Japanese for "Bear."


Went 15-9, 3.52ERA (70 ER, 179.0 IP) with 154strikeouts in 28 starts (17 quality starts)... Recorded single-season career-high in wins with15, going 15-9 in 28 starts... Ranked 4th in the AL witha 1.050 WHIP, fourth-best in clubhistory (holds 2nd-best mark with 1.006 in 2013)... Walked only 21 batters in 28 starts…ranked second in MLB with 1.06 BB/9.0IP (P. Hughes, MIN - 0.69) and 3rd with 7.33 strikeout-to-walk ratio…recorded 14 starts without issuing a walk, 2nd-best in MLB (Hughes - 19)... Went 8-6 with a 3.02 ERA (34 ER, 101.1 IP) in 15 starts at Safeco Field…owns a career 2.82 ERA in 49 G/42 GS at Safeco Field... Career-high 8.2 innings July 12 vs. Oakland…held the A's scoreless until a 2-out, 2-run home run by Brandon Moss in the top of the ninth... Recorded pair of 10-plus strikeout games, July 7 vs. Minnesota (10) and Aug. 19 at Philadelphia (11)…has 4 career 10+ strikeout games... Allowed 70 runs, all earned, in 28 starts; 2nd-most runs allowed in a seasonin club history without allowing an UER (Pineiro, 118 in 2005)... Recorded season-high 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings July 1-12…three separate scoreless streaks of at least 20.0 innings in his MLB career: July1-12, 2014 (20.0 IP), Sept. 13, 2013-May 3, 2014 (25.0 IP) and May 26-June 10, 2013(23.2 IP)…became the first pitcher since Joe Nathan in 2004-05 to have three 20.0+scoreless innings streaks over a two-season span (first in Mariners history),and the first starter since Dwight Goodenin 1984-85 (4 steaks of 20.0+ scorelessinnings)... Did not allow a stolen base during the season, with attempted basestealers going 0-for-8... Became the fifth Japanese-born pitcher with 15 wins in a season: Hideo Nomo (3x), Daisuke Matsuzaka (2x), Yu Darvish, Hiroki Kuroda... Set a clubrecord for consecutive scoreless inningsat 27.0, ending after 2.0 innings in hisseason debut May 3 at Houston… streakdated back to Aug. 21, 2013...previousrecord was 25.0 innings, shared by Brian Holman (6/27-7/19/84) and Randy Johnson (5/25-6/15/94)...  Posted a 7-3 road record(4.17 ERA)…loss Aug. 3 at Baltimore was first road loss since July 4, 2013 at Texas... Opened the season on the disabled list witha strained tendon in his right middle finger…made one rehab start with Triple-A Tacoma... Passed 2,000 innings for his career (including Japan) in his start July 29 at Cleveland…has 2,065.0 combined career innings... Participated in the MLBJapan All-Star Series in his native country ofJapan, making one start... Since making his first MLB start July 2, 2012 has gone 37-19 with a 2.97 ERA(163 ER, 493.2 IP) in 77 starts…among pitchers with at least 50 starts during this stretch, ERA is ninth-best in the Majors.

Finished his second Major League season going 14-6 with a 2.66 ERA (65 ER, 219.2 IP) in 33 starts (23 quality starts). Finished 3rd in the AL Cy Young voting with 73.0 votes. Ranked 3rd in the American League with a 2.66 ERA. Selected to his first All-Star Game, but did not pitch due to starting the final game before the All-Star break. Named Mariners Pitcher of the Year by the Seattle chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Finalist for the Male Athlete of the Year for 2013 in the 79th Seattle Star of the Year. Among AL leaders ranked 3rd in innings pitched (219.2), 3rd in opponent batting average (.220), T4th in quality starts (23), T4th in games started (33), 5th in opponent OPS (.630) and 12th in strikeouts (185). Led the Majors and set a Mariners record with 10 starts in which he pitched at least 6.0 innings and did not allow an ER (5-0, 5 no-decisions)…Felix Hernandez recorded 9 starts of 6.0 or more IP, 0 ER in 2009. Ranked 2nd in the AL and set a Mariners single-season record with a 1.006 WHIP. Went 4-0 with a 1.62 ERA (10 ER, 55.2 IP) over his final 8 starts of the season (8/16-9/25) to lower ERA from 3.02 to 2.66. Went 2-0 with a 0.76 ERA (3 ER, 35.2 IP) in 5 starts in September…2nd-lowest ERA in a month in club history (min. 4 GS), trailing only the 0.50 mark by Mark Langston in September 1988 (3 ER, 53.2 IP, 6 GS). Pitched in a career-high 219.2 innings, besting his Japanese career high of 201.2 IP during his Pacific League MVP season in 2008…IP total was T3rd-most by a Japanese-born pitcher trailing only Hideo Nomo (228.1 in 1996, 220.1 in 2002). Ended the season with a streak of 23.0 consecutive scoreless innings, including 8.0 scoreless innings in his season finale Sept. 25 vs. KC. Recorded a career-high 23.2 scoreless innings streak May 26-June 10 (8th-longest in club history)…did not allow an ER in 31.2 consecutive innings (5/26-6/17), the 2nd-longest streak in club history (34.0 IP, Mark Langston, 1988). Was the only MLB pitcher with two scoreless streaks of at least 20.0 innings during the season…joins Freddy Garcia (2001) as the only pitcher in club history with a pair of scoreless innings streaks of at least 20.0 IP in a single season. Recorded 25.0 consecutive scoreless innings on the road to end the season, tied for the longest streak in club history (8/21-9/18)…Brian Holman (6/27-7/19/89) and Randy Johnson (5/25-6/15/94) also had road scoreless streaks of 25.0 innings…recorded the 3rd-lowest road ERA in club history at 2.45, trailing Felix Hernandez (1.99 in '09) & Randy Johnson (2.45 in '95). Recorded 10 starts without walking a batter, T2nd-most in the AL (Colon, OAK - 12, Price, TB - 10) and T2nd-most in club history (Moyer - 11 in 2002)…ranked 3rd in AL with 1.72 BB/9.0 IP and 4th with 4.40 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Matched career high (6 times) with 8.0 innings pitched…was only 2-0 with 4 no-decisions (1.69 ERA) when pitching 8.0 innings. Opened the season going 7-1, 1.79 ERA in his first 14 starts of the season (ranked 2nd in the AL in ERA following 6/10 start vs. HOU). Held opponents to a .184 average with runners in scoring position (26x141) and .111 with RISP/2 outs (7x63). Since making his first MLB start on July 2, 2012, combined

2012 In 16 starts went 8-4 with a 2.65 ERA (28 ER, 95.0 IP) to rank first in club history in starter ERA by a rookie (2nd, Felix Hernandez, 2.67 in 2005)...in 14 relief appearances posted a 1-1 record with 2 saves and a 4.75 ERA (16 ER, 30.1 IP)... overall ranked 2nd on team with 3.16 ERA (min. 100.0 IP) ... Finished the season going 6-2, 1.83 ERA (11 ER, 54.0 IP) with 43 strikeouts over his last 9 starts...posted the 2nd-best ERA amongst AL starters during the 9-start stretch (8/17-end of season, min. 5 GS) ... Went 4-0 with a 1.23 ERA (4 ER, 29.1 IP) with 22 strikeouts in 5 G/4 GS vs. the Angels (4-0, 1.37 in 4 GS)...became just the third pitcher in club history to record 4 wins vs. the Angels in a season: Freddy Garcia (5-0, 0.96 in '01) & Jamie Moyer (4-2, 1.67 in '03) ... Mariners won 8 of the last 10 Iwakuma starts, and went 10-6 in his starts overall ... Amongst AL pitchers with at least 100.0 IP, ranked 7th with a 3.16 ERA (44 ER, 125.1 IP)... ranked 3rd amongst AL starters (min. 15 GS) with a 2.65 ERA (28 ER, 95.0 IP) in 16 starts ... Posted the 5th-lowest ERA by an AL starting pitcher since 1988 at 2.65 (min. 15 GS)...the last rookies to have a lower starter ERA were Minnesota's Francisco Liriano (1.92) and the Angels Jered Weaver (2.56) in 2006 ... Set Mariners rookie record with 13 strikeouts in first MLB win as a starter July 30 vs. Toronto (8.0,4,1,1,3,13,HR)...old record was 12 by Freddy Garcia (1999), Randy Johnson (1989) and Mark Langston (3x, 1984)...most strikeouts by a MLB rookie since Stephen Strasburg (14) in 2010...only Japanese born pitcher with as many strikeouts in a MLB game is Hideo Nomo (7 G w/13+ strikeouts) ... Made first start July 2 vs. Baltimore (5.0,3,3,3,3,4,HR)...joined Ichiro (RF) and Munenori Kawasaki (2B) as first Japanese trio in a starting lineup...became 2nd Japanese born pitcher in club history to start on the mound, first since Mac Suzuki in 1999 ... Made 6 relief appearances of at least 3.0 innings (3.05 ERA in those games) ... Notched first MLB win with 2.0 shutout innings June 16 vs. San Francisco ... Recorded first MLB loss June 27 vs. Oakland, allowing only a solo HR in 3.2 IP (1 H, 3 SO)...replaced injured starter Kevin Millwood in 3rd inning ... Earned save in consecutive appearances May 30 at Texas (3.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R) and June 2 at Chicago-AL (1.0 IP, BB, K) ... Made Mariners debut April 20 vs. Chicago (AL)...was the last MLB player on Opening Day roster to appear in a game ... Signed a contract extension through 2014 with an option for 2015 on Nov. 2. 2011 Made 17 starts for Rakuten, going 6-7 with a 2.42 ERA (32 ER, 119.0 IP)...averaged 7.0 innings and 99.8 pitches per start...on the disabled list from May 18-July 26 with a sore right shoulder...was 3-2 with a 1.72 ERA at the time of his injury...struck out seasonhigh 13 batters in CG shutout April 26 at Seibu. 2010 Posted second season of 200-plus innings of his career...went 10-9, 2.82 with 4 CG and 153 strikeouts in 28 starts...awarded to Oakland via the posting system, but could not reach agreement during 30-day negotiating period. 2009 Named Rakuten's Opening Day starter for third consecutive season...part of gold medal winning Japan squad in the World Baseball Classic...went 1-1 with 1.35 ERA (3 ER, 20.0 IP) in 4 G/3 GS in WBC play. 2008 Named the Pacific League MVP going 21-4, 1.87 ERA in 28 starts...also named a NPB All-Star, Best Nine Award and the Eiji Sawamura Award winner (Cy Young equivalent)... became the first 20-game winner in the Pacific League since Kazumi Saito in 2003...led the league in ERA and winning percentage...allowed just 3 home runs in 201.2 innings. 2007 Named Rakuten's Opening Day starter...sidelined with back soreness and a left oblique strain...returned to full strength following the All-Star break...finished the season 5-5, 3.40 in 16 starts...underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow in October. 2006 Limited by lingering shoulder soreness, made only 6 starts...made season debut Aug. 29 vs. Nippon Ham...went 1-2 with a 3.73 ERA (16 ER, 38.2 IP). 2005 Went 9-15 with 4.99 ERA (101 ER, 182.1 IP) while making 27 starts. 2004 Opened the season going 12-0, setting a club record for consecutive wins to open a season...starting pitcher in the NPB All-Star Game...led the league in both wins and winning percentage (.882)...pitched in Game 5 of the NPB-MLB Post-Season All-Star Series...earned Best Nine Award...pitched in the 2004 Athens Olympics as a member of the Japanese national team (bronze medal). 2003 Led the league with 11 complete games...went 15-10, 3.45 with 149 strikeouts in 27 starts...named NPB All-Star. 2002 Made 23 starts, going 8-7 with 3.69 ERA (58 ER, 141.1 IP) and 131 strikeouts. 2001 Made his NPB debut May 29 vs. Nippon Ham...went 4-2 with a 4.53 ERA (22 ER, 43.2 IP) in 9 appearances (8 GS)...threw CG, 2-hit shutout Sept. 18 vs. Seibu.