Saturday, August 2, 2008

Random Japanese Baseball Player

Sadaharu Oh

Hit 868 home runs in his career. That's 106 more than Barry Bonds. He also shares the single-season Japanese home run record with with two Americans and a Venezuelan at 55 home runs. As a manager he's been involved in various controversies around protecting his record and keeping it from falling into the hands of a foreigner. (Source)

Here he's pictured with former MLB home run king Hank Aaron.


  1. What an Asian-centric post.

    That is all.

  2. uh, It's hard to get much less random than Sadaharu Oh. I mean, he's only the ALL-TIME PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL HOME RUN LEADER... how random. Also, here's a random American baseball player called Babe Ruth


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