Route-In BC League Official Baseball Club Home Game - Niigata Albirex BC vs Fukushima Red Hoops
Since 2008, when the two-season system was introduced, I participated in the district championship continuously until 2015. This was the only one of the six teams joining the league since 2014, but in 2016 it has not played and the record has been broken.Since 2008, a majority of hosted matches have been held at these three areas of the stadium (in 2007, a total of 16 games have not reached a majority in 16 games). In the center of Niigata City, in addition to the Ecosta , the game was held at the Toryano Sports Park Baseball Stadium (Chuo Ward) from its inception until 2009 . The number of games held in the past by stadium is as follows (post-season games are not included).
The summer of 2004, Orix BlueWave and the Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes broke out to end the baseball team integration plan of professional baseball restructuring problems in the process of, NSG Group had served the time J League Albirex Niigata president of the founder of Hiroshi Ikeda is A press conference will be held in Niigata City on October 5 of the same year, and a voluntary group "Creating a prefectural baseball club in Niigata" will be launched aiming to create a professional baseball team to join the Japan Baseball Organization (NPB) with Ikeda et al. Expressed the effect  . Envisions Niigata Prefecture in the protected areas set out in, the fall of the construction the same year in Niigata City, development plan with the aim of completion had been promoted in the 2008 Niigata Prefectural Baseball Stadium the (tentative name) dedicated stadium shall be used as, same We made an application to join the NPB along with the completion of the stadium, and clarified our policy to enter new markets from the 2009 season. The team name was also decided to use " Albirex " which is already used in football , basketball , cheerleading teams etc. The provisional name of the baseball team was announced as "Niigata Albirex".
After the consolidation of the ballistics realignment, the new baseball team's plan was changed from "founding an NPB member club" to "founding an independent league", and in July 2006 the "Hokushinetsu Baseball Challenge League" operating company was established . On August 1 in the same year, 4 individuals and 51 corporations became investors, and a new baseball team "Niigata Albirex Baseball Club" was established, based in Niigata Prefecture
The Gunma Diamond Pegasus (群馬ダイヤモンドペガサス , Gunma Daiyamondo Pegasasu) are a semi-professional baseball team in the Baseball Challenge League of Japan. The team was established as part of the expansion of the league, and began play in the 2008 season. Their home is Gunma Prefecture.
The Diamond Pegasus were Jōshin'etsu Division winners from 2008–2010; they won the Baseball Challenge League championship in 2009.
Long-time Yomiuri Giants outfielder Takayuki Shimizu played for Gunma in 2010. Venezuelan left-hander Robert Zarate pitched for Gunma in 2010 before signing with Nippon Professional Baseball's Hanshin Tigers.
Long-time NPB reliever Soichi Fujita pitched for Gunma in 2012, as did French players Frédéric Hanvi and Felix Brown.
The 2014 Diamond Pegasus roster had a strong Venezuelan flavor: Long-time Nippon Professional Baseball slugger Alex Ramírez played for the team as a player-coach, hitting .305 with 7 home runs and 38 RBI in 45 games. Fellow countrymen and also former NPB players Levi Romero and Robert Zarate (who returned to the team after three seasons with Hanshin) were also on the 2014 squad.
Following the 2014 season, Ramírez retired from playing and was named the Gunma Pegasus' Senior Director. Zarate was scouted by Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Rays, and in 2015 joined their organization.
The Baseball Challenge League is an independent league of professional baseball, with five prefectures in the Hokuriku and Shinetsu regions, four prefectures in the Kanto region, one prefecture in the Tohoku region, and one prefecture in the Kinki region in Japan. The popular name based on the naming right is "Route in BC League". It is managed by Japan Baseball Marketing Co., Ltd.
It was established in 2006 as a second baseball independent league in Japan, following the Shikoku Island League (now: Shikoku Island League plus), with the aim of revitalizing local sports, and has been playing games since 2007. As its management philosophy, not only baseball performances, but also instruction and management work of baseball players and planning and management of baseball classes and various sports events are included in the contents of the business.
In 2007, the first season of the establishment, the league was named Hokushin-etsu Baseball Challenge League (Hokushin-etsu--, Hokushin-etsu BC League), and Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa and Nagano prefectures in the Hokushinetsu region. Based in each of the four prefectures, each team was playing a league game with four teams. After that, with the addition of two new baseball teams based in Gunma Prefecture in the Kanto region and Fukui Prefecture in the Hokuriku region from the following 2008 season, “Hokushinetsu” was removed from November 1, 2007 and the current name And played a league match with six teams from 2008 to 2014. From the 2014 season, the official partner Route-in Group will be the naming authority under the contract with the League, and the league name will be "Route-in BC League".
New baseball team Musashi Heat Bears based in Saitama Prefecture (the prefecture north area mainly with Kumagaya city) on December 24, 2013, New baseball team (membership based in Fukushima prefecture on May 21, 2014 The team name was announced as Fukushima Hoops on July 18 after the announcement, and it was officially announced that preparation for establishment was started with the plan to join each from 2015, and the affiliation from 2015 is officially announced on June 24 of the same year approved. As a result, eight teams have been operating since the 2015 season.
Fukushima Red Hoops (Fukushima Red Hoops, Fukushima RedHopes) is a professional baseball independent league of Baseball Challenge League belong to the (Route Inn BC league) Fukushima Prefecture, is a professional baseball team of. Joined the league since 2015 . The team name before November 20, 2018 is " Fukushima Hoops " (the details of the name change will be described later). It is the first (and only) Tohoku- based baseball team in the league and belongs to the east. The name of the team at the time of launch was attached with the intention of wanting children who have been forced to restrict evacuation and play outside the Great East Japan Earthquake to have "hope" through baseball .
Among baseball teams participating in the league as of 2018, no one ( including a training player ) was appointed at a professional baseball draft meeting . At the time of the concept announcement, Tetsuji Murayama, representative of Japan Baseball Marketing (league management company), decided not to have a dedicated stadium but travel around the stadium in the prefecture to play a home game in Fukushima. This is the same as many of the other league teams that have traditionally belonged .
The official stadiums by year until 2018 are as follows. Concerning the decrease in holding at Kaiseisan Baseball Stadium and Azuma Stadium in 2018, it has been pointed out that the relationship with the management difficulties described later. Until league participation
2014 May 20 , Koriyama , president of the "fan", headquartered in, in the form of a team representative of the Lv Tomiko, launched the "Citizens team founded promote preparation room", " Fukushima Prefectural team activities as" Started.
On June 24, 2014, at the representative club meeting of member clubs of BCL held in Nagaoka City , Niigata , with the baseball team " Musashi Heat Bears " of Saitama Prefecture , the league main member admission of the Fukushima prefecture baseball club was approved, 2015 participation from the league during the season has been determined  .
Lv representative, at a press conference after the meeting, the original plan to be ahead of schedule for one month, said it would publish the team name and mascot in July  .
It was announced on July 18 that the name of the new team was "Fukushima Hoops" . At the same time, the team logo and the team mascot, which images the brother and sister of Kibitaki , a bird of Fukushima prefecture, were announced. He participated in a draft meeting in December 2014 and was scheduled to announce the players in January 2015.
On November 4, a former professional baseball player and Tsuyoshi Ono , currently chairman of the Ashinowakamatsu City "Ashinomaki Hotel" , was announced at the press conference held at the Fukushima prefectural government that he was appointed as a baseball team GM. In addition, on November 27 , the Akinori Iwamura is the appointed director in the form of players concurrently it was revealed by the media.
On December 1st, it was announced that the team representative Toshiyuki Ogitani will be appointed as the president and representative director of Fukushima Hoops through the team official Twitter
Tochigi Golden Braves is a professional baseball team in Tochigi Prefecture. As a team color "GOLDEN" and players as a brave person who challenges dreams "BRAVES", that is, "Tochigi no Hero", They thought that they want to become a team for the courage and hope. Their idea is aiming for a hot team, the organization is a perfect place for children having dreams of becoming players and help them to come true their big dream in the future.
Musashi Heat Bears (Musashi Heat Bears, English: MUSASHI HEAT BEARS) is a professional baseball team in Saitama Prefecture, belonging to the baseball independent league. They has joined the league since 2015.
Since "Saitama Prefecture" is a famous area because of the hot weather, "Bears" is strong and tough, and a bear with charan and love is a bear It is taken from the city of Kumagaya with its base. In the league, the team that calls for the state name of the order, not the prefecture name, will be the second team after the Shinano Grands Rose.