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Former Major Leaguer Reaches Milestone in Japan

I'm not going to lie to you...I don't remember Alex Ramirez and his Major League career.But, after a quick trip to Baseball-Reference, I'm reminded that he played 135 games in the bigs between 1998-2000 for both the Cleveland Indians and Pittsburgh Pirates.Well, the outfielder seems to have made a name for himself over in Japan.According to The Japan Times, the Yokohama...
Via Hall of Very Good
July 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Burning the Mets: Kazuo Matsui

The Deal: In 2003 the New York Mets signed Japanese SS Kazuo Matsui to a 3 year deal worth $20 million. Kaz Matsui was a star shortstop in Japan. In his last season in Japan, Matsui hit .305 with 33 home runs and 84 RBI. The numbers were impressive, but as soon as Matsui arrived in Flushing something seemed to be missing. Somewhere during the trip to New York, it seemed as though...
Via BigAppleMetsTalk
March 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Things You Can Still Purchase: Kazuo Matsui Replica Jersey

You know what you can still purchase from MLB.com? Source (Ok, I guess if you read the title of the article, you already knew the answer of that question) Seriously though, WHY DO THEY STILL HAVE THESE?
Via 213 Miles From Shea
December 14, 2011  |  Discuss
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