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Suarez, Robert スアレス (すあれす)
Softbank Hawks | #90 | P
Born: 02/28/1991 (age 28)
Height: 188cm
Weight: 95kg
Bats: R
Throws: R
Blood Type: N/A
Hometown: Venezuela
History: セシリオアコスタ高-メキシコ・サルティーヨ
Roster Changes: added 04/08/2016
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[5/5/2018] Robert Suarez returns to Japan

Robert Suarez had Tommy John surgery in April last year and had been rehabbing in Puerto Rico. Suarez returned to Japan today and told reporters that he was at about ninety percent (he has already thrown off a mound and faced some hitters). He will begin practices at the Softbank Hawks’ farm facilities on May 6.

Source: Nikkan Sports 5/5/2018, Sanspo 5/5/2018, Sports Hochi 5/5/2018, Sponichi 5/5/2018


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[10/23/2017] Status of Softbank Hawks foreign players

All of the main everyday foreign players are expected to return to the Softbank Hawks next year.

Source: Sanspo 10/23/2017

[UPDATE 11/5 @ 10:40pm]

Sarfate and van den Hurk left Japan on November 5.

Source: Nikkan Sports 11/5/2017, Nikkan Sports 11/5/2017

[UPDATE 11/7 @ 11:29pm]

Despaigne, Moinelo, and Colas returned to Cuba out of Fukuoka Airport on November 7.

Source: Nikkan Sports 11/7/2017

[UPDATE 11/10 @ 2:32am]

The Hawks announced on November 9 that the following players are signed to contracts for the 2018 season: Despaigne, van den Hurk, Moinelo, Sarfate, Suarez, and Colas.

The Hawks also announced that they will not offer Jensen a contract for the 2018 season.

Source: Softbank 11/9/2017, Softbank 11/9/2017 (Jensen)

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[3/18/2017] Robert Suarez has mild strain in right forearm

The Softbank Hawks announced today that Robert Suarez has a mild strain in his right forearm. He left an outing against Mexico early on March 13. He left the WBC Venezuela team on March 16 and visited a hospital in Kanagawa for rests on March 17. It is uncertain how much time he will miss, but it could be at least a month.

Source: Sports Hochi 3/18/2017, Daily Sports 3/18/2017, Nikkan Sports 3/18/2017, Sponichi 3/18/2017

[UPDATE 4/6 @ 5:58pm]

The Hawks announced today that Suarez left for the United States on April 5 for additional tests on his right arm.

Source: Nikkan Sports 4/6/2017

[UPDATE 4/15 @ 12:33am]

The Hawks announced on April 14 that Suarez had Tommy John surgery on his right elbow at a hospital in New York. He will require about a year for a full recovery.

Source: Tokyo Sports 4/14/2017, Nikkan Sports 4/14/2017, Sponichi 4/14/2017

[UPDATE 7/29 @ 7:06pm]

The media learned on July 28 that Suarez will rehab in San Juan, Puerto Rico and return to Japan in time for spring camp next year in February.

Source: Nikkan Sports 7/29/2017


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[3/15/2017] Robert Suarez hurts right elbow

The Softbank Hawks told the media today that Robert Suarez hurt his right elbow during a WBC game against Mexico on March 12. He is slated to visit a hospital in Japan for tests. There is a chance he might need surgery.

Source: Sponichi 3/15/2017

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[4/9/2016] Softbank Hawks call up Robert Suarez

The Softbank Hawks sent Edison Barrios down to Ni-gun on April 8 and called up Robert Suarez today.

Ken Okamoto was also called up today. He will take Tadashi Settsu’s spot on the active roster.

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G W L SV CG SHO PCT BF IP H HR BB IBB HB SO WP BK R ER ERA BB/9 K/9 WHIP
8 2 1 4 0 0 .667 37 9.0 8 0 3 0 0 14 0 1 2 2 2.00 3.00 14.00 1.22
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