Yusuke Nomura developed tightness in his back during his last start on April 26 against Yokohama at Yokohama and was removed after four innings. He was taken off the active roster on April 27.
[UPDATE 4/29 @ 12:19am]
The Hiroshima Carp announced on April 28 that Nomura was examined at a hospital in Hiroshima and diagnosed with a strained back. His condition is not considered serious (he was taken off the active roster more as a precaution).0 Comments
Yusuke Nomura left tonight’s (May 23) game against the Yakult Swallows at Mazda Stadium after three innings because of tightness in his lower back. The Hiroshima Carp will wait to see how he is feeling on May 24 to decide whether or not to take him off the active roster.
[UPDATE 5/24 @ 9:36pm]
Nomura was taken off the active roster today. He was examined by a team doctor at the stadium after he was pulled from last night’s game. He will be re-examined at a hospital. He was reassigned to the San-gun rehab group.0 Comments
Yusuke Nomura hurt his left ankle when he attempted to field a bunt in the sixth inning of Friday night’s game against the Chunichi Dragons at Nagoya Dome. With runners on first and third and two out in the sixth, Masahiro Araki hit a bunt toward third. Nomura tried to field the ball, but twisted his left ankle in the process. He left the field for treatment and was unable to return. He is considered day-to-day.
[UPDATE 8/27/2016 @ 9:56pm]
The Carp are hopeful that Nomura will be okay to make his next start on September 2 against Yakult at Jingu Stadium. He did not participate in practices today and was examined at a hospital in Hiroshima.
[UPDATE 8/30 @ 12:56am]
Nomura got an MRI on August 28. No abnormalities were discovered. He is currently expected to make his next start on September 2.
Source: Daily Sports 8/29/20160 Comments