Nippon professional baseball

Nippon Professional Baseball's Opening Day - March 29, 2013

Nippon Professional Baseball's Opening Day - March 29, 2013

Nippon Professional Baseball, Central League

Nippon Professional Baseball, Central League

Nippon Professional Baseball - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nippon Professional Baseball - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nippon Professional Baseball  sportslogo.net

Nippon Professional Baseball sportslogo.net

The Japan Series Trophy is awarded annually to the winning team in Nippon Professional Baseball. The current champions are the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters (2016).

The Japan Series Trophy is awarded annually to the winning team in Nippon Professional Baseball. The current champions are the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters (2016).

Hanshin Tigers

Hanshin Tigers

A New Era Japan se uniu com a NPB (Nippon Professional Baseball, entidade que regula o baseball profissional no Japão) para o lançamento da linha “NPB Classic”, reproduzindo gráficos e insígnias...

A New Era Japan se uniu com a NPB (Nippon Professional Baseball, entidade que regula o baseball profissional no Japão) para o lançamento da linha “NPB Classic”, reproduzindo gráficos e insígnias...

Nippon Professional Baseball has beer girls with mini-kegs to sell beer to the crowd. A US version or not?

Nippon Professional Baseball has beer girls with mini-kegs to sell beer to the crowd. A US version or not?

장훈, Isao Harimoto. The best hitter in Japan from 1959-81, Harimoto won seven batting titles. Over his 23 year career, he had 3,085 hits and a .319 lifetime batting average. He was a dangerous hitter who combined both power and speed. His 3085 career hits is the Nippon Professional Baseball record. The left fielder had the misfortune of playing for the mediocre Toei Flyers for most of his career, but the Flyers did win the Japan Series title in 1962, and Harimoto was with the Yomiuri Giants…

장훈, Isao Harimoto. The best hitter in Japan from 1959-81, Harimoto won seven batting titles. Over his 23 year career, he had 3,085 hits and a .319 lifetime batting average. He was a dangerous hitter who combined both power and speed. His 3085 career hits is the Nippon Professional Baseball record. The left fielder had the misfortune of playing for the mediocre Toei Flyers for most of his career, but the Flyers did win the Japan Series title in 1962, and Harimoto was with the Yomiuri Giants…

Nippon Professional Baseball

Nippon Professional Baseball

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