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Hideo Nomo - Return To The Dodgers

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In December 2001 the Dodgers signed their former pitcher to a new two-year contract. With a total ERA of 3.39 for the 2002 season, Nomo made a comeback with the Dodgers. His drive to stay on the mound in spite of difficulties during a game led his teammates to nickname him "The Warrior" for his fighting spirit.

Hideo Nomo is known for his calm, almost otherworldly ability to concentrate while on the pitcher's mound. He has proved quite capable of carrying the burden of great expectations and has maintained his dream to play in the American major leagues. By signing with the American majors, Nomo paved the way for other Japanese baseball players to join U.S. teams, including Ichiro Suzuki, Kazuhiro Sasaki, and Shigeki Maruyama.

Career Statistics

Yr Team W L ERA GS CG SHO IP H R BB SO
BOS: Boston Red Sox; DET: Detroit Tigers; LA: Los Angeles Dodgers; MIL: Milwaukee Brewers; NYM: New York Mets.
1995 LA 13 6 2.54 28 4 3 191.3 124 14 78 236
1996 LA 16 11 3.19 33 3 2 228.3 180 23 85 234
1997 LA 14 12 4.25 33 1 0 207.3 193 23 92 233
1998 LA 2 7 5.05 12 2 0 67.7 57 8 38 73
NYM 4 5 4.82 16 1 0 89.7 73 11 56 94
1999 MIL 12 8 4.54 28 0 0 176.3 173 27 78 161
2000 DET 8 12 4.74 31 1 0 190.0 191 31 89 181
2001 BOS 13 10 4.50 33 2 2 198.0 171 26 96 220
2002 LA 16 6 3.39 34 0 0 220.3 189 26 101 193
TOTAL 98 77 3.96 248 14 7 1569 1351 690 713 1625
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