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The Samurai Way of Baseball: The Impact of Ichiro and the New Wave from Japan By Robert Whiting,

  • Title: The Samurai Way of Baseball: The Impact of Ichiro and the New Wave from Japan
  • Author: Robert Whiting
  • ISBN: 9780446694032
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • IchiroNomoHasegawaHideki Matsui by one they have come to America and made their mark as incredibly gifted and popular ballplayers But this new wave of athlete led by the sensational Ichiro Suzuki, whom many refer to as the best all around player is just the tip of a fascinating iceberg Illuminating a deep and very different tradition of baseball, Whiting sIchiroNomoHasegawaHideki Matsui by one they have come to America and made their mark as incredibly gifted and popular ballplayers But this new wave of athlete led by the sensational Ichiro Suzuki, whom many refer to as the best all around player is just the tip of a fascinating iceberg Illuminating a deep and very different tradition of baseball, Whiting shows why Japanese players will be coming to Americad how they will forever transform the way our game is played Grandly entertaining and deeply revealing, The Samurai Way of Baseball is a classic book about sports, business, and stardom in a world that is changing before our eyes.
    The Samurai Way of Baseball The Impact of Ichiro and the New Wave from Japan IchiroNomoHasegawaHideki Matsui by one they have come to America and made their mark as incredibly gifted and popular ballplayers But this new wave of athlete led by the sensational Ichiro Suzuki who

    One thought on “The Samurai Way of Baseball: The Impact of Ichiro and the New Wave from Japan”

    1. Very interesting take on Japanese baseball and some of their stars who came to America to make it in MLB The book touches on some of the history and traditions of the Japanese version of America s favorite pastime Overall it was a quick read, and very interesting for someone interested in baseball.

    2. Whiting is the king of everything Japanese baseball Learning about Nomo Ichiro s paths to the Major Leagues was really neat The rest of the book is a fitting update to You Gotta Have Wa, which isn t as dated as I thought it would be.

    3. Fascinating and highly entertaining read detailing the history of Japanese baseball as well as the impact of the various players who came over to play in America Would recommend to all fans of the game.

    4. Couldn t wait to tear into this one after reading You Gotta Have Wa Japanese baseball players have helped evolve the American game of baseball Where I may not agree with the fees paid just to negotiate with the players, learning what they especially Ichiro did to get here is very interesting.

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