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- An Anthropologist in the Bleachers - Yale University
- nies—the Tigers, the Hankyu Braves, the Nankai Hawks and the Kintetsu. Buffaloes. Nankai's team was sold to retailing group The Daiei Inc.
- the impact of the flat world on player transfers in major league baseball
- Jan 22, 2010 the Nankai Hawks and the San Francisco Giants, whereby Nankai sent ... Nankai originally balked at the prospect, the team ultimately ...
- The Samurai Way of Baseball and the National Character Debate
- season game against the Hawks of Fukuoka, also managed by Oh. Said ..... Giants for the Nankai Hawks, coming off a season in which he won 38 games while.
- Asia Law News - American Bar Association
- In 1964 the Nankai Hawks sent a rookie pitcher, Masanori Murakami, to train in ... turn to Japan to spend the winter with his family Nankai pressured Murakami ...
- Los Angeles and New York
- The Nankai Hawks have a familiar face in one of their green uniforms, but he's no . “green” player. He's vet Jim.
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- Saiba por que estádio japonês que recebeu Madonna teve casas dentro; veja
- Em 1988, no entanto, o Nankai Hawks trocou de proprietário e de cidade, mudando-se para Fukuoka. O estádio, então, passou a ser explorado por uma construtora que vendia casas no estilo ocidental. Para impressionar possíveis clientes, essa empresa ...
- Hawks claim back-to-back Japan Series titles
- The last Hawks foreign MVP was pitcher Joe Stanka in 1964, when the franchise was still known as the Nankai Hawks. Lee proved to be nearly unstoppable out of the No. 4 spot in the lineup, where he was placed after Uchikawa was ruled out with fractured ...
- Hawks clinch second consecutive PL pennant
- Under rookie skipper Kimiyasu Kudo, the Hawks cruised to the finish line, clinching the pennant with 16 games to spare. The pennant victory is the fastest in PL history. The Nankai Hawks (now Softbank) did it on Sept.
- Disgraced Kiyohara's situation similar to that of former pitcher Enatsu
- He first won acclaim as a starter for the Hanshin Tigers and later as a reliever for the Nankai Hawks, Hiroshima Carp and Nippon Ham Fighters before his retirement after one season with the Seibu Lions in 1984. He finished his career with 206 wins, 193 ...
- Meet the man who changed American baseball for the Japanese forever.
- He made his Japanese pro debut in 1962 for the Osaka-based Nankai Hawks, when he was only 19 years old. According to the History Channel, Murakami threw his pitches with a sidearm delivery, a deceptive style that was then common in Japan but less so ...
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- Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- . The franchise's original name was Nankai when it joined the Japanese Baseball League ...
- Nankai Hawks - BR Bullpen - Baseball-Reference.com
- Mar 3, 2011 On June 1, 1947, Kinki Great Ring changed their name to the Nankai Hawks after Nankai Electric Railway was reformed from Kinki Nippon ...
- 1964 Nankai Hawks Statistics -- Register | Baseball-Reference.com
- 1964 Nankai Hawks. 1964 > Class Foreign > 1964 Japan Pacific League Overall: 84-63. Scored 653 runs, Allowed 562 runs.
- Hawks claim back-to-back Japan Series titles | The Japan Times
- Oct 29, 2015 The Fukuoka Softbank Hawks only needed five games to win the Japan ... in 1964, when the franchise was still known as the Nankai Hawks.
- Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks | NPB.jp 日本野球機構
- Nankai (1938(fall)-1944.5.31) - Kinki Nippon (1944.
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