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Sadaharu Oh home run list?

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Sadaharu Oh home run list?
I am looking for a complete list of Sadaharu Oh's home runs with date and possibly opponent. Any leads? db_braves atMark yahoo d0t com.
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Re: Sadaharu Oh home run list?
[ Author: westbaystars | Posted: Jun 29, 2007 9:00 AM | YBS Fan ]

There is a list of all 868 home runs Oh hit between April 26, 1959 and October 12, 1980 in "Pro Yakyu 70 Years: Great Records," pages 111-108 (yes, from the back of the book), ISBN 4-583-61309-1, published January 20, 2005 by Baseball Magazine Sha. The table has # for Career, Date, # for Season, Batting Order, Final Score (w/Win or Loss), vs. Team, Stadium, vs. Pitcher, RBIs, Direction, and Comment.

This will take a while to type up, even with just the date and opponent. More time than I have at the moment. Can you read Japanese? If so, I can send you the scanned pages. (Or you should consider ordering the mook (Magazine/Book)).
Re: Sadaharu Oh Home Run List?
[ Author: Guest: hla715 Danny | Posted: Jul 6, 2007 3:41 AM ]

My e-mail is db_braves atMark yahoo d0t com. If you could e-mail that to me I would highly appreciate it. I do not know Japanese, but once in hand I can get a friend to translate for me.

I googled for that book with no luck. I would like to own a copy if you know of one available.

Thank You,

Danny.
Re: Sadaharu Oh Home Run List?
[ Author: westbaystars | Posted: Jul 6, 2007 9:03 AM | YBS Fan ]

E-mail is not a very good medium for sending large files. So you can find the four pages here:I'm sure that others would appreciate any work you do getting these into digital format. We're all baseball researchers working to help one another.

I found the book on Amazon Japan here (page is in English).

Shipping will probably cost about as much as the book. At least, that's often the case when I get things from Amazon U.S. shipped to Japan.
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