Herrmann, Frank ハーマン (はーまん)
Rakuten Eagles | #42 | P
Born: 05/29/1984 (age 35)
Height: 193cm
Weight: 100kg
Bats: L
Throws: R
Blood Type: N/A
History: ハーバード大-インディアンス-フィリーズ-3Aリーハイバレー

[12/3/2018] Rakuten Eagles: Wheeler, Herrmann, Sung to return in 2019

The Rakuten Eagles announced that they reached agreements with Zelous Wheeler, Frank Herrmann, and Chia-Hao Sung for the 2019 season.

The Eagles also announced that Japhet Amador, Carlos Peguero, and O’Koyea Dickson will not be returning next year.

Source: Rakuten 12/3/2018, Rakuten 12/3/2018, Sanspo 12/3/2018


[9/1/2018] Frank Herrmann to miss two weeks with thigh inflammation

Frank Herrmann was examined at a hospital in Sendai on August 30 and diagnosed with inflammation the left adductor longus and semitendinosus muscles. He will need about two weeks for a full recovery.

Source: Nikkan Sports 8/31/2018, Sports Hochi 8/31/2018, Daily Sports 8/31/2018


[9/23/2017] Rakuten Eagles expected to offer Wheeler, Peguero, Amador, Herrmann new contracts

According to a report by Nikkan Sports, the Rakuten Eagles are expected to offer thirty-year-old Zelous Wheeler, thirty-year-old Carlos Peguero, thirty-year-old Japhet Amador, and thirty-three-year-old Frank Herrmann new contracts for the 2018 season. With regards to Wheeler, they will most likely sign him to a two-year deal.

It is unclear what the Eagles plans are with twenty-seven-year-old Joshua Corrales and thirty-three-year-old Luis Cruz.

Source: Nikkan Sports 8/23/2017

[UPDATE 10/23 @ 11:23pm]

Wheeler, Peguero, Amador, and Herrmann are expected to return next year, as is Chia-Hao Sung.

The Eagles will most likely part ways with Corrales and Cruz.

Source: Nikkan Sports 10/23/2017, Daily Sports 10/23/2017, Sponichi 10/23/2017

[UPDATE 10/25 @ 3:05am]

Peguero and Herrmann left for the US out of Narita Airport via Sendai Airport on October 24.

Source: Sports Hochi 10/24/2017, Sports Hochi 10/24/2017

[UPDATE 10/25 @ 11:44pm]

Wheeler and Amador returned to their countries out of  Narita Airport on October 25, Wheeler to the United States and Amador to Mexico.

Source: Sanspo 10/25/2017