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Results of 2000 Tokyo-Hiroshima Exhibition (Suntory Cup?)

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Results of 2000 Tokyo-Hiroshima Exhibition (Suntory Cup?)
I'm trying to track down the results of a game Tokyo played against Hiroshima on March 17, 2000. Googling so far has not been successful. Is there any place you can suggest I try to find the final score?

I do read Japanese, albeit slowly.

Thanks.
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Re: Results of 2000 Tokyo-Hiroshima Exhibition (Suntory Cup?)
[ Author: Guest: Michael Eng | Posted: Sep 15, 2005 8:49 AM ]

This page has the Carps' open-sen results for 2000.

According to it they did not play a game on March 17th. On the 7th, they lost to the Giants 2 - 1 at Kurashiki.

Hope this helps.
Re: Results of 2000 Tokyo-Hiroshima Exhibition (Suntory Cup?)
[ Author: Guest: angela germano | Posted: Sep 15, 2005 12:39 PM ]

Thanks! This is great. Do you know of similar sites for other teams? I've tracked down scores and schedules for regular games in 2000, but not exhibition games.

Angela

(BTW, I normally use Firefox for my browser, but it coughed on reading that page, even when I selected Unicode and Japanese for encoding. Guess IE is still the better browser some times. It figured out the encoding automatically no problem.)
FireFox on Carp Site
[ Author: westbaystars | Posted: Sep 15, 2005 1:29 PM | YBS Fan ]

I had no problem viewing the page in Japanese with FireFox. Do you have your character encodings set to "Japanese Auto-detect"?

[View]-[Character Encoding]-[Auto-detect]-[Japanese]

That particular site's encoding is ISO-2022-JP, the default "old standard" encoding for most Japanese web sites run on UNIX-based servers, which includes most academic institutions. But I'll refrain from talking shop any further.
Re: 2000 Open-sen Results
[ Author: Guest: Michael Eng | Posted: Sep 19, 2005 3:07 AM ]

Two more sites: Asahi Net [in Japanese] has daily scores, while InfoSeek Japan [also in Japanese] has an team-by-team overview and standings.
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