Japan has 13 points in Group B of Asian qualifying and can clinch its fifth straight World Cup appearance with a draw against Australia on June 4 at Saitama Stadium.
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Japan will be missing ace Kei Nishikori, who is sitting out the three-day Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie starting Friday at Ariake Colosseum to focus on his recovery from a left knee problem.
Ryosuke Hirata broke a 1-1 tie with a sixth-inning RBI single as the Dragons, who finished 10-1/2 games back of the Giants in the regular season, prevailed at Tokyo Dome.
Formula One driver and Monaco Grand Prix winner Mark Webber continued performing at the very highest level today - starring in a dramatic race against gravity with Red Bull Air Force Manager Jon DeVore.
The Red Bull Racing star, fresh from his brilliant win in Monte Carlo two weeks ago, put his freefalling skills to the test by taking skydiving lessons at a Montreal wind tunnel from DeVore. From there, they swapped roles at a nearby race circuit where the Australian racer taught the Red Bull Air Race star the art of performance driving aboard an Infiniti G37S.