|July 23rd (Wednesday) 18:00||VS. Hiroshima Toyo Carp|
|August 1st (Friday) 18:00||VS. Chunichi Dragons|
|September 5th (Friday) 18:00||VS. Yomiuri Giants|
|July 12th (Saturday) 18:00||VS. Yokohama DeNA Baystars|
|July 21st (Monday/Public holiday) 17:00||VS. Hiroshima Toyo Carp|
|August 7th (Thursday) 18:00||VS. Hanshin Tigers|
|September 7th (Sunday) 18:00||VS. Yomiuri Giants|
|First base (Swallows side) infield reserved seat S|
|First base (Swallows side) infield reserved seat A|
|Second floor reserved seat A|
|First base (Swallows side) infield reserved seat B|
|Second floor reserved seat B|
|Right (Swallows side) outfield reserved seat|
|Right (Swallows side) outfield non-reserved seat|
|Circle K Sunkus||FamilyMart||LAWSON||Seven-Eleven|
|Swallows Ticket||Ticket PIA||LAWSON Ticket||eplus|
|Reserved seat S||4,600|
|Reserved seat A||3,700 |
(4,000 vs Yomiuri or Hanshin)
|Reserved seat B||2,700 |
(3,200 vs Yomiuri or Hanshin)
|Outfield Reserved seat||2,000|
|Outfield Non-Reserved seat||1,600|
|April Games||5th of March|
|May Games||5th of April|
|June Games||5th of May|
|July Games||5th of June|
|August Games||5th of July|
|September Games||5th of August|
A Good looking right-hander was selected by the Diamondbacks in the 2006 draft and spent four seasons in the Minor Leagues.In the second season with the Swallows, he established himself as a premier set-up man after being used as a starter in 2010.
Balentien was born in Curacao, Netherland Antilles. He played with Ichiro as a Seattle Mariner from 2007 to 2009.In the first season as a Swallow, he hit .397 with seven homers in May to win the Central League monthly MVP award.
In 2003, Milledge made his major league debut at the 12th pick of the first draft round to the New York Mets.During the 6 years of his career in MLB, he played in 433 games with 404 hits and 33 home runs.Milledge plays as the leadoff hitter as well as the third and the fifth batter in Tokyo Yakult Swallows. He takes an active part in the team as a five tool player
Yuichi, one of the most successful Japanese-Brazilian baseball players in NPB history, became a Japanese citizen in 2004.His clutch hitting makes him a No.1 pinch-hitter of the Swallows while playing outfield occasionally.
Despite his 5f6ff height, Ishikawa has been an ace of the Swallows with his superb control and finesse pitching.He has won 10 or more games eight times in his career and picked up his 100th career victory on May 14, 2011.
In 2004, he marked 44 home runs as a slugger in the team. He started playing in the MLB from 2007 for the next 4 years. In 2008, he played in the World Series as one of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays player.