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Atsuya Furuta to be a temporary coach for Niigata Albirex

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Atsuya Furuta to be a temporary coach for Niigata Albirex
On 2011-3-9 Gen wrote:
The Niigata Albirex Baseball Club announced yesterday that Atsuya Furuta and Yoshitaka Katori will be special temporary coaches during spring camp (Katori beginning on 3/11 at 13:00 and Furuta beginning on 3/12 at 11:00).


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Re: Atsuya Furuta to be a temporary coach for Niigata Albirex
[ Author: shawnyakyuu101 | Posted: Mar 22, 2011 6:10 AM ]

Hello,

First and foremost I have the utmost sympathy in regards to the earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan. Next, I have questions that you may be able to help me answer. I have been looking in playing in Japan for the last year and a half and I have not been able to find the tryout dates. I have played amature and college baseball and never got an opportunity in the states. I was in contact with the Kishsu Rangers, but due to the natural disaster and their tryout for last year, I missed out. I am african american with sold stats. I also had an above average high school career at Thornwood High school class of 2003. I have video of hitting. Can you lead me in the right direction in finding the right contacts?

Thanks,
Shawn
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