Yudai Ono (left elbow) joined the Ichi-gun team for practices today and threw forty pitches in the bullpen. He will be activated in time for a start on June 4 against the Rakuten Eagles at Nagoya Dome. It will be his first Ichi-gun start since April 8 (Yomiuri at Nagoya Dome).
Ono pitched in two Ni-gun rehab games and did not allow a run in 11.1 innings of work (46 BF, 9 H, 3 BB, 8 SO).0 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) started in a Ni-gun rehab game against Orix on May 28. He tossed seven shutout innings and allowed four hits. He topped out at 146km/h and threw 110 pitches. He could get an Ichi-gun start on June 4 against Rakuten at Nagoya Dome.0 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) pitched in a Ni-gun rehab game against Orix earlier today. He did not allow a run in 4.1 innings of work. He threw seventy pitches, gave up five hits, walked one, struck out three, and topped out at 144km/h. He is scheduled to pitch in another game on May 28 against Orix. Assuming no issues, he could make the active roster in time for a start during a Rakuten series at Nagoya Dome that begins on June 3.0 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) pitched in a batting practice scrimmage at Nagoya Stadium earlier today. It was his first scrimmage since his injury. He pitched two perfect innings and threw twenty-one pitches. He needed just eight pitches to get through the first inning.
Ono is set to throw about seventy pitches in his first Ni-gun rehab game on May 21 against Orix. He would like to make it back to the active roster in time for the Yakult at Nagoya Dome series that begins on May 27.0 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) tossed batting practice at Nagoya Stadium earlier today. He faced Takuya Kinoshita and Ryota Ishioka. He threw sixty pitches and added sliders and two-seamers partway through the session. He also broke two bats.
Ono told reporters he was satisfied with the outing because he was able to throw strikes and that he felt no pain. He is slated to pitch in a Ni-gun rehab game on May 21.
Source: Nikkan Sports 5/13/20160 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) tossed a bullpen session at Nagoya Stadium today. He threw about seventy pitches to a standing catcher. If there are no setbacks, he could toss some batting practice next week. His goal is to try and make it back to the active roster before the end of the month.
Source: Sanspo 5/6/20160 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) tossed a forty-five pitch bullpen session to a squatting catcher at Nagoya Stadium today. He threw at about seventy-five percent. From here, he will slowly increase his pitch count and throw sessions with two days of rest in between. He could pitch in a batting practice scrimmage after May 8. If there are no setbacks, he could rejoin the active roster before the end of the month.
Source: Nikkan Sports 5/4/20160 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow) played catch a distance of about forty meters at Nagoya Stadium today. He felt no pain during the session. He could toss a bullpen session soon, but not before he does some long distance throwing.
Source: Sponichi 4/26/20160 Comments
Yudai Ono (left elbow inflammation) resumed playing catch on April 22 at Nagoya Stadium. He started throwing into a net about ten meters away during workouts indoors on April 21 (around fifty throws). He played catch at a distance of about fifteen meters for roughly ten minutes outdoors on April 22. Ono told reporters he felt fine. He could pitch in his first rehab game at Ni-gun in mid-May.0 Comments
Yudai Ono told reporters after workouts at Nagoya Stadium on April 19 that he no longer feels pain in his left elbow. He has yet to resume throwing because his doctor advised him not to for one week. He could start a throwing program after a re-evaluation on April 20.
Source: Sanspo 4/19/20160 Comments