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SPORT BASEBALL
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May 27, 2005
Japan's Samurai Bears from left, Keisuke Ueno, Takaaki Igarashi, Taishi Sasaki and Satoshi Morita watch...
Surprise, UNITED STATES
Samurai Bears watch from dugout against Surprise Falcons in Arizona.
Japan's Samurai Bears from left, Keisuke Ueno, Takaaki Igarashi, Taishi Sasaki and Satoshi Morita watch a teammates pop-up from the dugout during the first inning against the Surprise Fightin' Falcons in Surprise, Arizona, May 27, 2005. The Bears are playing in the inaugural season of the Golden Baseball League and are the first all Japanese team to play in a U.S. professional sports league. The league is made up of eight teams from California, Arizona and Japan. REUTERS/Jeff Topping jt/HK
SPORT BASEBALL
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May 26, 2005
Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita throws during the second inning against Surprise Fightin'...
Surprise, United Kingdom
Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita throws during the second inning against Surprise Fightin'...
Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita throws during the second inning against Surprise Fightin' Falcons in Surprise, Arizona. Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita throws during the second inning against Surprise Fightin' Falcons in Surprise, Arizona, May 26, 2005. The Bears are the first all-Japanese team to participate in a U.S. professional sports league. The Bears game with the Falcons is the first game of the inaugural season of the Golden Baseball League which is made up of eight teams from California and Arizona. REUTERS/Jeff Topping
SPORT BASEBALL
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May 21, 2005
Samurai Bears pitcher Satoshi Morita casts a shadow as he warms up before his game against the Yuma Scorpions...
Yuma, USA
Samurai Bears pitcher Satoshi Morita warms up before his game in Yuma, Arizona.
Samurai Bears pitcher Satoshi Morita casts a shadow as he warms up before his game against the Yuma Scorpions in Yuma, Arizona May 21, 2005. The Samurai Bears are the first all-Japanese team to participate in a U.S. professional sports league. They begin their 90-game season in the independent Golden Baseball League in California and Arizona. The Bears will play their season opener on May 26. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/JK
SPORT BASEBALL
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May 21, 2005
The Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita pitches against the Yuma Scorpions during their game...
Yuma, USA
The Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita pitches against the Yuma Scorpions in Arizona.
The Samurai Bears starting pitcher Satoshi Morita pitches against the Yuma Scorpions during their game in Yuma, Arizona May 21, 2005. The Samurai Bears are the first all-Japanese team to participate in a U.S. professional sports league. They begin their 90-game season in the independent Golden Baseball League in California and Arizona. The Bears will play their season opener on May 26. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/JK
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