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Topic - Sadaharu Oh
Wladimir Balentien is an outfielder with the Tokyo Yakult Swallows who hit 60 homers last year, breaking Saraharu Oh's longstanding record of 55. Balentien previously played in the U.S. for the Cincinnati Reds and Seattle Mariners.
A former major league baseball player who broke Japan's single-season home run record last year has been arrested in Florida on domestic violence charges, police said Monday.
Former major leaguer Wladimir Balentien hit his 56th and 57th home runs on Sunday, breaking the Japanese single-season record set by legendary slugger Sadaharu Oh 49 years ago.
Former major leaguer Balentien hit his 56th and 57th home runs on Sunday, breaking the Japanese single-season record set by legendary slugger Oh 49 years ago.
Another foreign player is challenging Sadaharu Oh's single-season home run record in Japan and may get a fair chance to break it this time.
The sun beat down on the field at Space Coast Stadium one day this spring as Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson approached his second baseman. Danny Espinosa was busy doing infield work during batting practice, fielding ground balls and practicing his footwork.
Japanese home run king Sadaharu Oh paid tribute to Hideki Matsui after the Oakland Athletics' outfielder hit his 500th homer.
Ichiro Suzuki has received praise in Japan for his record 10th straight 200-hit season.
SAN FRANCISCO — On the day after, Barry Bonds was right back where he has been for the better part of the last 15 years: starting in left field, hitting cleanup for the San Francisco Giants and belting gargantuan home runs over the fence at AT&T Park.
Japanese home run king Sadaharu Oh said the move took him by surprise.
Japanese home run king Sadaharu Oh said, "He is a source of pride and courage for the Japanese people."