Re: err... no
Nagumo should have been given the Navy Cross for all the help he gave the USN.
He didn't send in the third wave at Pearl. Big mistake.
He committed almost every mistake possible at Midway, including:
1 not sending out deck-load strikes from three carriers, holding the last one's aircraft back as a reserve and to cover the fleet. A full, three-carrier, strike would have flattened Midway at a stroke, so there would have been no need to consider a second strike
2 not sending out extra scout aircraft when some scouts, including the scout launched from the cruiser Tone, were late
3 when the scout from Tone finally got out to its search area and reported American ships, not sending additional scouts to the area
4 when Tone's scout reported what might have been a carrier among those American ships, not cranking up the CAP
5 not either retaining some of the CAP at a high level or sending up additional fighters once the torpedo bombers started arriving
6 not sticking to one thing; either prep for a follow-up raid on Midway _or_ prep for a strike against the American ships. Changing orders in midstream was... not real bright.
7 not flinching when the 'American samurai' of the torpedo bombers attacked, mostly to their deaths
8 related to the above: one land-based torpedo bomber made a suicide run at Nagumo's flag, pulling up at the last second. This convinced Nagumo to commit to sending a second strike at Midway, in direct defiance of orders which stated that he was to hold a reserve rigged for anti-ship.
As it was, the fact that he'd missed the carriers at Pearl, that he'd missed the repair yards (Yorktown was heavily damaged at the Coral Sea and was repaired in those yards; if the yards had been hammered, she'd have had to go to San Diego or Puget Sound and would have been unavailable), that he missed the subs (USS Nautilus put several torpedoes into one of the battleships with Kido Butai; as the American torpedoes at that time were all shit, they didn't do anything more than attract attention. Nautilus was severely depth-charged for quite some time after making that attack. The destroyer making the depth-charge attacks was called back to help defend Kido Butai against American air raids, and left at high speed in a nice straight line, following orders. American carrier dive bombers spotted the destroyer and extrapolated the line and arrived over Kido Butai from a totally unexpected direction. Oops.), all combined to assist his series of mistakes at Midway to really screw things up for Japan. At 10:20, 4 June 1942, Japan was winning the war. At 10:25 they'd lost, it just took three years to make them believe it.