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Ichiro Suzuki, the Shimokita twin : Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan / Japón
Imitador (probablemente) de Ichiro Suzuki en Shimo-Kitazawa, Tokio, Japan / Japón ・日本・東京・世田谷区・下北沢
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Ichiro Suzuki es uno de los jugadores de beisbol más destacados del mundo. Es tan famoso que según su agente, Tony Attanasio, "Cuando le envías algo desde los EE.UU. solo tienes que poner su nombre en la dirección para que lo reciba (en Japón). Es así de grande." Ichirô es conocido como Ichi ("uno" en japonés) y "The Hit Man", apodos a los que hizo honor el año pasado cuando consiguió superar a Willie Keeler con diez temporadas consecutivas con más de 200 hits; más bateos que ningún otro jugador en la historia de la Liga Americana.
En cuanto al chico de la fotografía, realmente no tengo ni idea de quién es qué hacia allí. Tan solo que tiene un increíble parecido físico con el jugador de los Seattle Mariners, y que estaba repitiendo una y otra vez la pose de Ichi antes del swing, incansable y completamente ajeno a toda la gente que se arremolinaba a su alrededor para fotografiarlo.
Ichiri Suzuki is one of the most noteworthy baseball player in the world. He is so famous that his agent, Tony Attanasio said: "when you mail Ichiro something from the States, you only have to use that name on the address and he gets it [in Japan]. He’s that big". Nicknamed Ichi ("one" in japanese) and "The Hit Man", nicknames which he deserves, because last year he beated Willie Keeler with ten consecutive seasons with over 200 hits; the longest streak by any player in the Major League Baseball history.
Regarding the guy in the picture, I really don’t have any idea of whom he is and what he was doing there, but he really looks like the Seattle Mariners player, and he was repeating Ichi pre-swing pose over and over again, completely ablivious to all people around him who were taking countless photos of him.
Pulsa L para ver sobre negro / Hit L to see on black
Pulsa F para marcar como favorita / Hit F to fave
Great MLB Baseball Invitations And Party Supplies Make For A Great Major League Baseball Party
Article by Gail Leino
Opening day for major league baseball teams start of the regular baseball season this year is March 31, but for some teams the first of April will mark their opening day game. So, invitations need to be sent out at least two weeks before to get guests excited about the party. The date in question will depend on whether or not the party is being held for the general start of the baseball season of for a specific teams opening day. The type of invitations selected will depend on whether who is playing on opening day in March this year. There are six games scheduled to be played, which means twelve teams playing. The teams playing range from the Yankees and Red Sox to the Giants and Dodgers. In general the party invitations could include all the team logos, the MLB logo or logos of two favorite teams that are playing that day.
To create a great baseball atmosphere, the appropriate party supplies will be necessary. A party without party supplies is going to be a hungry, dull day, with only the option of watching the game. That may not last for long since the guest are likely to get hungry at the very least. The fans will need a good selection of finger foods, appetizers, and snacks, along with the party plates, cups and utensils. The choice of colors and additional decor would depend on the featured game of the party for example; the Yankees pin stripes using the colors of navy blue and white and for the Red Sox colors of red and white.
Moving on to the next list of party supplies and plans for this MLB Baseball have the time set aside before the game to be watched, to go out and play catch or hit the baseball around.With enough responders from the invitations sent out, playing a couple of innings of baseball on the field or in the backyard may be doable. Just need to include such items on the party supplies list as; drinks, a couple baseballs, bats and everyone who attends should bring their own gloves and bats if they desire. Remember this an opening day party for the start of the new dreams, hopes that this will be the year for that team, go and celebrate MLB Baseball on opening day.
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Major League Baseball question by Brian: Why is there such a big fuss about the number of blacks in major league baseball?
I guess the number of blacks playing pro ball has fallen. People actually are keeping count? What for? Do you think that the country is discriminating in baseball? You never hear anyone complaining about the numbers of other races playing other major league sports. When will we ever just be americans? Who cares which race dominates which sport? I think that the positions in pro sports go to whoever is most talented. Do we really need affirmative action is pro sports?
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Answer by Grumpy old man
I don’t think the people in this category are making a big, or little fuss. This is certainly a non-issue to me, as long as one group isn’t being discriminated against; which means, theoretically, there should be about the same percentage of each race in sports as their is in the country. I think blacks are pretty well represented, because of their ability, not their color.