Fixtures

Japan - NPB 05/29 05:00 - Yomiuri Giants vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View
Japan - NPB 05/31 09:00 - Hiroshima Carp vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View
Japan - NPB 06/01 09:00 - Hiroshima Carp vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View
Japan - NPB 06/02 09:00 - Hiroshima Carp vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View
Japan - NPB 06/03 09:00 - Hanshin Tigers vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View
Japan - NPB 06/04 05:00 - Hanshin Tigers vs Nippon Ham Fighters - View

Results

Japan - NPB 05/28 05:00 - [9] Yomiuri Giants v Nippon Ham Fighters [6] L 8-4
Japan - NPB 05/27 09:00 - [3] Yomiuri Giants v Nippon Ham Fighters [8] W 2-3
Japan - NPB 05/26 09:00 - [10] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [3] W 9-6
Japan - NPB 05/25 09:00 - [10] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [4] L 6-7
Japan - NPB 05/24 09:00 - [2] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [2] L 1-3
Japan - NPB 05/22 05:00 - Seibu Lions v Nippon Ham Fighters L 3-0
Japan - NPB 05/21 05:00 - Seibu Lions v Nippon Ham Fighters W 0-4
Japan - NPB 05/20 09:00 - Seibu Lions v Nippon Ham Fighters W 3-5
Japan - NPB 05/18 09:00 - Nippon Ham Fighters v Orix Buffaloes W 11-4
Japan - NPB 05/17 09:00 - Nippon Ham Fighters v Orix Buffaloes L 0-3
Japan - NPB 05/15 05:00 - Softbank Hawks v Nippon Ham Fighters W 2-10
Japan - NPB 05/14 05:00 - Softbank Hawks v Nippon Ham Fighters W 0-2

The Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters (北海道日本ハムファイターズ, Hokkaidō Nippon-Hamu Faitāzu) are a Japanese professional baseball team based in Sapporo, Hokkaidō. They compete in the Pacific League of Nippon Professional Baseball, playing the majority of their home games at the Sapporo Dome. The Fighters also host a select number of regional home games in cities across Hokkaidō, including Hakodate, Asahikawa, Kushiro, and Obihiro. The team's name comes from its parent organization, Nippon Ham, a major Japanese food-processing company.

Founded in 1946, the Fighters called Tokyo home for 58 years, as co-tenants of the Tokyo Dome with the Central League's Yomiuri Giants near the end of their tenure in the capital city. The franchise has won three Japan Series titles, in 1962, 2006, and, most recently, 2016.