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Yasuaki Taiho's School
I was working on a bio of Yasuaki Taiho for Baseball-Reference. Japan Baseball Daily lists his college as Nagoya Shogyo University but a Google search doesn't bring up this school. Is it the same as Nagoya University?
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Re: Yasuaki Taiho's School
[ Author: number9 | Posted: Apr 9, 2009 9:53 AM ]

He went to Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, which is different from Nagoya University.
Re: Yasuaki Taiho's School
[ Author: torakichi | Posted: Apr 10, 2009 9:19 AM | HT Fan ]

Moeruuuuuu tokonnnnnn
Susumeeeee Taihoooooo
Michi-wa hitosuji; susume, susume
Susume Taihoooooooooo


Sorry - nothing useful to contribute. Just natsukashii.
Re: Yasuaki Taiho's School
[ Author: PLNara | Posted: Apr 13, 2009 3:24 PM | HT Fan ]

Natuskashii indeed. Taihou was playing for the Tigers when I arrived in Japan years ago.

I've always liked the female stadium announcers in Japan: "yon-ban, Tai-hou" had a nice ring to it.

"TAIHOUUUUU SAKURETSU!" from the TV is another one I remember.
Re: Yasuaki Taiho's School
[ Author: torakichi | Posted: Apr 15, 2009 1:59 AM | HT Fan ]

So natsukashii that I got it wrong. The first line should read: Toshiiiii tagiraseeeee.

Toraphiles will notice that I mistakenly took the first line from Imaoka's Hitting March from the old days.
Re: Yasuaki Taiho's School
[ Author: PLNara | Posted: Apr 18, 2009 11:40 PM | HT Fan ]

At least you didn't confuse it with Kataoka's original song about the the hot tub or whatever it was.
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