[2/9/2017] Daikan Yoh has some tightness in his lower body

Daikan Yoh ended practices early on February 9 because of tightness in his lower body. Yoh participated in warm-ups and base-running exercises. He did not play catch or take batting practice.

Source: Daily Sports 2/9/2017, Nikkan Sports 2/9/2017

[UPDATE 2/11 @ 11:46pm]

Yoh is still getting treatment for his lower body and his workouts are still modified. He may not be ready to play in any games this month or early next month.

Source: Nikkan Sports 2/11/2017

[UPDATE 2/12 @ 10:27pm]

The Ichi-gun team will be traveling to Okinawa on February 13 for the start of Naha camp on February 14. Yoh will not be with the team and will instead remain in Miyazaki for rehab. He is feeling better than he was three days ago.

Source: Sanspo 2/12/2017, Nikkan Sports 2/12/2017

[UPDATE 2/14 @ 11:12pm]

Yoh reported to San-gun camp in Miyazaki today.

Source: Nikkan Sports 2/14/2017

[UPDATE 2/25 @ 10:41pm]

Yoh joined Ichi-gun practices today. He hit three over the fence during live batting practice.

Source: Nikkan Sports 2/25/2017

[UPDATE 3/8 @ 12:55am]

The Giants are currently planning to call Yoh up to Ichi-gun on March 15, the same day they play an Ichi-gun exhibition game against Softbank at YafuOku Dome.

Source: Sanspo 3/7/2017, Sponichi 3/7/2017, Nikkan Sports 3/7/2017

[UPDATE 3/18 @ 7:23pm]

Yoh played in a Ni-gun game against Yakult on March 18. He got the start in center and batted lead-off. He walked in his first at bat and grounded out to short in his second at bat. He was replaced on defense in the fourth.

Source: Nikkan Sports 3/18/2017

[UPDATE 3/20 @ 8:31pm]

Yoh got the start in center during a Ni-gun game against Yakult on March 19 and was scheduled to get three at bats, but left on defense in the second inning because of tightness in his legs. There was talk he might be ready to rejoin the Ichi-gun team on March 20, but those plans were put on hold.

Yoh practiced with the San-gun team at Giants Stadium today. His workouts included dashes, playing catch, long distance throwing, and batting practice. He told reporters he was okay swinging the bat and throwing the ball.

Source: Daily Sports 3/20/2017, Sponichi 3/20/2017, Nikkan Sports 3/20/2017, Nikkan Sports 3/20/2017

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