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[Ginowan] Celebrating the 19th victory of pitcher Hiroya Miyagi (10) of professional baseball Orix, Masanori Matsukawa of his hometown of Ginowan City, Okinawa Prefecture ... → Continue reading

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Camp (Japan Professional Baseball)

Japanese professional baseballInキャンプ (Camp) Means that each team camps in a certain area outside the official game period and conducts general practice, individual practice, voluntary practice, and so on.

Major league baseballIn (MLB)Regular seasonWith a series of exercises before the startOpen battle Spring training, The place to practice is called a camp and is distinguished.

Depending on the time of year, it will be held for about a month from February 2st before the start of the pennant race.Spring camp(Shunki Camp) and will be held from the end of October after the endAutumn practiceAutumn campDivided into (Shuki Camp), these are mainlyHeadquartersIt will be held for a long period of 2 weeks to 1 month by camping in areas other than the above.Also, unofficial spring games (Open battle) Or during the official gameJapan Championship SeriesWhen the whole team or individual players leave the team and make adjustments before the eventMini campFor a few days to a week, short-term camps may be held in the hometown or other areas.

Team ordirected by-coachWhat is done on a team-by-team or individual-by-individual basis is called "camping", but what is done by voluntarily gathering only by the players and without the involvement of the team, manager or coach is "camping".Voluntary trainingIs called.The "joint voluntary training" performed by multiple athletes is described in this section as being similar to camp.

What is Nippon Professional Baseball Camp?

Japanese professional baseball camps1934 Next yearMajor LeagueAll-Japan team organized in preparation for a match against the selected team (Yomiuri GiantsIs the predecessor ofMay 10ThanChibaNarashino-shiSo the joint practice that I did is the first.

Spring camp1946 Yomiuri GiantsEhimeMatsuyama CityThe old Matsuyama High School (currentlyJunior high school attached to the Faculty of Education, Ehime University), The first time I practiced for the pennant raceIs said to be[By whom?].

Now every yearMay 2To start2Late or3It is generally done until the beginning.Previously, there was a special case for teams camping outside Japan1It was possible to set up a camp from the end of the year, but now, based on the agreement (baseball agreement) [Chapter 17 Match] "Article 173 Postseason", team practice and external matches are held (from December 12 of the previous year). ) Since it is banned until January 1, team practice will be lifted on February 1.It is not always necessary to start in step with each other, but it is customary for 31 teams to start all at once from the same day.However,Hokkaido Nippon-Ham FightersFrom 2016 to 2020AmericaArizonaThe primary camp will be set up in Japan, but due to the time difference, it will start before February 2st, Japan time.AmericaMajor LeagueThen,spring training It corresponds to the practice called.

In the spring camp, a schedule is set up with 4-5 days as 1 course (3 shifts, 1 break, 4 shifts, 1 break, etc. The unit of practice period divided by rest days is called "cool"). In early February, we mainly perform running, stretching exercises, catch ball, knocking, etc. to build basic physical strength and relax the body.From the middle to the end of the year, we will provide a practical curriculum for long-distance running, defense, pitching, and batting, and seat batting.Red and white battlePractice match with other teams[1]Etc. are also held at this time.And from the endOpen battleFinally showed the result in late MarchOpenerIt is in the form of competing for participation slots.In the case of Major League Baseball, unlike Japan, after completing the physical training at the stage of self-training until mid-February, practical practice will be started immediately around the end of February.However, the gathering at the campsite is not done all at once as in Japan, but is divided into pitchers and fielders.

At the autumn camp, each team will provide basic training mainly for young players to prepare for the next season, but other teams will be trained.Free contractThere is also a case where an enrollment test is conducted for the players who have become.Veteran athletes who played an active part in the season often devote the autumn camp period to rest.The run was in 1979Hell's Ito CampIt is said that.

As a kind of camp, there is a "joint voluntary training" where players gather together.In many cases, the player's hometown or facilities near the base of the team are used.In addition, in January, the "Rookie Joint Voluntary Training" held only by the rookie, the "Player Meeting Voluntary Training" held by the players'association of each team, and the players of the same high school / university seniors and juniors are the team's In some cases, we go beyond the barriers and work together on the grounds of our alma mater.After the beginning of the year, when the third day is over, the "newcomer joint voluntary training" will begin, and the rookie and the main players will meet for the first time at the "players' meeting joint voluntary training" where the main players who have completed the voluntary training in various places will gather.Voluntary training can be broadly divided into cases in which the main players of the team invite young players, and cases in which close players and players from the same place of origin gather together.Especially in the latter case, players from multiple teams may gather, and it is also a place for technical exchange between players beyond the teams.

In addition, for new players, it is customary to conduct joint voluntary training at the facilities of each baseball stadium (baseball stadium, 2 military training stadium, etc.).Saitama Seibu LionsThen new players approachSeibuen Bicycle RacetrackIn addition to the customary bicycle training atJapan Bicycle Player Training CenterThere are also teams that receive training for newcomers (also known as "bicycle race training").

In addition, players will enter the campsite one after another in late January, and in preparation for the spring camp in on February 1, the "players' meeting voluntary training" will be held again.Foreign players also came to Japan in late January and took a few days to make light adjustments.Jet lagAs with the Japanese players, the camp-in was held on February 2st, and there are few cases where they join the camp in the middle of the camp unless there are special circumstances.

In recent years, there is also a team where the best team in Japan from the previous year holds a victory parade at the campsite as a greeting and a report. As of 2012, Lotte had parades in Ishigaki City and Nippon Ham in Nago City in the past.[2].

Camping ground

Spring camps for professional baseball in Japan used to be in JapanMiyazaki,KochiMost of the teams are currently doingOkinawaWas rather a minority.Also1990 eraUntil mid-February, the primary camp will be held overseas (mainly)America), But there are no teams that are constantly camping overseas due to cost reductions.[3].

The camp in Okinawa Prefecture was triggered by Nippon-Ham's 1979 Nago camp.1999 In 12 monthU.S. ForcesFutenma baseIn return for the decision to accept an alternative base in Nago City, the 12 local governments in the northern part of Okinawa Prefecture will receive 2000 billion yen every year for 10 years from 100, for a total of 1000 billion yen.Public worksIn the name of "Northern Special Promotion Project", national expenses flowed in, the stadium construction rush continued, and the facilities were improved, so professional baseball camps began to concentrate in Okinawa.[4].

Winter weather conditions are especially important when choosing a campsite. Currently, there are two prefectures, Okinawa, which has an average temperature of 15 degrees Celsius or higher and is the warmest in Japan, or Miyazaki, which is not as warm as Okinawa but has many sunny days. It is almost one of them, except for these two prefectures.Hanshin Tigers Second ArmySaitama Seibu LionsGroup B is only doing it in Kochi prefecture. In 2004Fukuoka Daiei HawksSaitama Seibu LionsHave moved their camps in Kochi prefecture to Miyazaki prefecture.In addition, the Hanshin Tigers camp is also in Kochi prefecture.Aki CityFrom the holding inOkinawaGinoza VillageIn recent years, there has been a tendency to concentrate on Okinawa, such as the fact that it will be held for the entire period from 2012, and currently 12 out of 9 domestic teams are camping in Okinawa Prefecture.[5].. The Yomiuri Giants, which had been camping only in Miyazaki Prefecture until 2010, moved the secondary campsite to Naha, where the major renovation of the stadium was completed, from 2011.By the way,Korean professional baseballBut some teams are camping in Okinawa.

In addition to practicing during the camp, you can also hold an instant autograph session while you are on the move, or at the campsite.MunicipalitiesIt is a precious thing that can not be done on a daily basis because players take various actions such as holding exchange meetings with citizens living in Japan, youth baseball classes, etc., and going out for city tours and golf for refreshment on holidays. It is also used as a place for contact (after 2020)CoronaThen refrain from doing so).

Economic effects

The campsite of the popular baseball team is related toMedia,フ ァ ンIt is calculated that the economic effect of billions of yen will be brought about by accommodation, eating and drinking, and renovation of related facilities.Ryukyu BankThe Bank of the Ryukyus Research Institute2003 Since then, the economic effects of spring camps in Okinawa Prefecture have been estimated and announced every year.2007 At the camp, it will be 2.96 million yen, which is 53.37 million yen higher than the previous year.[6]The economic effect is expanding, and the economic effect of camps is regarded as attractive to local governments. 2020 The economic effect of professional baseball spring camps in Okinawa Prefecture was 121 million yen.Impact of COVID-XNUMXPartly because of this, it was below 2019 million yen in 141.Of this, the accommodation industry was 3,100 million yen, the restaurant service (restaurants, etc.) was 26 million yen, and the commerce was 4,100 million yen.[7].

Economic effect of professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa
YearsNumber of teamsTotal economic effectTotal number of spectatorsTotal number of residents from outside the prefectureNumber of team members (including players)Press and commentatorNumber of spectators from outside the prefectureSource
2003 7About 32 million yen-About 1About 700 peopleAbout 1,800 peopleAbout 1[8]
2004 7About 43 million yenAbout 23About 2About 700 peopleAbout 2,800 peopleAbout 2[9]
2005 8About 47 million yenAbout 13About 2About 800 peopleAbout 3,000 peopleAbout 2[10]
2006 8About 50 million yenAbout 17About 2About 850 peopleAbout 2,300 peopleAbout 2[11]
2007 8About 53 million yenAbout 22About 3About 840 peopleAbout 2,300 peopleAbout 2[12]
2008 9About 62 million yenAbout 26About 3About 950 peopleAbout 2,500 peopleAbout 2[13]
2009 9About 57 million yenAbout 24About 3About 1,000 peopleAbout 2,400 peopleAbout 2[14]
2010 9About 54 million yenAbout 17About 2About 1,000 peopleAbout 2,100 peopleAbout 2[15]
2011 10About 86 million yenAbout 25About 4About 1,100 peopleAbout 2,700 peopleAbout 4[16]
2012 10About 78 million yenAbout 27About 4About 1,100 peopleAbout 2,100 peopleAbout 4[17]
2013 9About 81 million yenAbout 29About 4About 1,000 peopleAbout 1,900 peopleAbout 4[18]
2014 10About 88 million yenAbout 31About 5About 1,100 peopleAbout 1,900 peopleAbout 5[19]
2015 10About 88 million yenAbout 31About 5About 1,050 peopleAbout 1,950 peopleAbout 5[20]
2016 9About 100 million yenAbout 33About 6About 1,000 peopleAbout 1,750 peopleAbout 6[21]
2017 9About 109 million yenAbout 34About 7About 1,000 peopleAbout 2,000 peopleAbout 7[22]
2018 9About 122 million yenAbout 37About 8About 1,000 peopleAbout 2,100 peopleAbout 8[23]
2019 9About 141 million yenAbout 40About 9About 1,080 peopleAbout 2,500 peopleAbout 9[24]
2020 9About 121 million yenAbout 35About 8About 1,090 peopleAbout 2,200 peopleAbout 8[7]

For this reason, many local governments are attracting camps, and there is a battle for attracting and pulling out camps among local governments, promising the development of various facilities.However, the scale of facilities required for professional baseball camps is as large as a public facility in a local city.OverspecIn many cases, it is often the case that the construction of a luxurious facility is offered as a condition (or the team balances the local government to draw out favorable conditions) in order to win the competition with other camp attraction sites. There is also criticism that[By whom?].

Reference document

Normal values ​​for Kochi, Miyazaki, and Naha in February (1971 ~2000 Average)[25]

KochiMiyazakiNaha
Average temperature (℃)6.98.316.6
Maximum temperature (℃)12.413.519.2
Minimum temperature (℃)2.13.414.3
Precipitation (mm)102.489.5125.2
Daylight hours (h)171.4160.884.6

List of campsites for 12 Japanese teams (Spring 2021)

One army (A group and A group depending on the team)

Miyazaki
Okinawa

XNUMXnd and XNUMXrd army (Farm, B group, B group depending on the team)

Only teams different from one army
Saitama
Kochi
Miyazaki
Okinawa

Main camp venues in the past

The names of the teams in parentheses are those at the time of implementation.Not only spring camps but also autumn camps are included.

Japan

Gunma
Kanagawa
  • Odawara Komine Stadium (Tokyo Senator's)
Shizuoka
Mie
Hyogo
Wakayama
  • (Nankai)
Okayama
Hiroshima
Ehime
  • Old system Matsuyama High School (Giants)
Kochi
Fukuoka
Nagasaki
Miyazaki
Kagoshima
Okinawa

Outside Japan

Mainland United States
Pacific Islands
Australia

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  1. ^ Admission is free as it is not an open game.In addition, if there is an agreement between the opposing teams in advance, the match may be played according to special rules, such as continuing the match and attacking in the bottom of the 9th inning even if the second team is leading at the end of the 9th inning. ..
  2. ^ 1/30 A welcoming parade will be held at Ishigaki Island, a spring camp!
  3. ^ Nippon-Ham, which has been camping overseas in Arizona, USA since 2016, has also been using it for some time.Nago City StadiumWas tentative until 2019 because it could not be used in the renovation work. From 2020, Nago has been used again.
  4. ^ Hirokazu Terao (February 2015, 2). "Miyazaki VS Okinawa, changing spring camp power map Orix movement caused a change, Olympic training camp bid battle". 東洋 経 済 オ ン ラ イ ン. Toyo Keizai Inc.. https://toyokeizai.net/articles/-/59533?page=2 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  5. ^ As of 2021, there are no camps in Okinawa PrefectureFukuoka Softbank Hawks(Once implemented),Orix Buffaloes(Once implemented), Saitama Seibu Lions only.
  6. ^ Economic effects of 2007 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture (PDF) (Ryugin Research Institute)
  7. ^ a b “Survey Report: Economic Effect of 2020 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture-Economic Effect is 121 million yen-” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2007puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  8. ^ "Economic effects of professional baseball spring camps in Okinawa Prefecture" (Press Release), Ryukyu Bank Research Department, (May 2003, 5), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/403camp03.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  9. ^ "Economic effects of 2004 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture" (Press Release), Ryukyu Bank Research Department, (May 2004, 4), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/414.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  10. ^ "Economic effects of 2005 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture" (Press Release), Ryukyu Bank Research Department, (May 2005, 4), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/422.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  11. ^ “Economic effects of the 2006 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryukyu Bank Research Department, (May 2006, 3), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/438.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  12. ^ “Economic effects of the 2007 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2007), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/452.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  13. ^ “Economic effects of the 2008 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2008), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/463_3.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  14. ^ “Economic effects of the 2009 professional baseball spring camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2009), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/476.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  15. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2010 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2010), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/488.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  16. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2011 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2011), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/502.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  17. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2012 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2012), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/513.pdf#page= October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  18. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2013 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2013), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/1306puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  19. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2014 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2014), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/1407puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  20. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2015 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2015), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/1507puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  21. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2016 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2016), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/1606puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  22. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2017 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2017), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/1706puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  23. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2018 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2018), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/1807puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
  24. ^ “Survey Report: Economic Effects of 2019 Professional Baseball Spring Camp in Okinawa Prefecture” (Press Release), Ryugin Research Institute, (June 2019), http://www.ryugin-ri.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/1910puroyakyu.pdf#page=1 October 2021th, 7Browse. 
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