Tokyo Swine Flu Hits Japanese Baseball Team

Tokyo Swine flu hits Japanese baseball tmea

Japan - All players and officials of Nippon Ham Fighters baseball team will be evidence of swine flu, after two players and a coach have contracted the virus, the team of the Japanese Pacific League, said Wednesday.

Former Major League Personal data Terrmel Sledge, pitcher and coach Naoki Miyanishi Junichi Fukura were confirmed to have contracted the virus when 27 people were examined on Tuesday.

Wednesday battle in Asahikawa has been suspended due to rain, so affected players left the team hotel as a precaution.
Nippon Ham Fighters manager Masataka Nash said. "I just hope it does not spread further. We can not continue to fight with players who are in good health."

The team still plans to continue with the games scheduled while providing visitors with a disinfectant at the entrances to the stadium. But events do not play that involves the fans has been canceled.

The Japanese government on Wednesday warned that the "full epidemic of right" swine influenza can be started after reporting a third death in five days for the virus.

Authorities believe that tens of thousands of people trapped in the A (H1N1), which for the first time on the island in May, but say they have seen no sign that mutates to become more deadly.

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