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The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.31 - BayStars are in Third

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The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.31 - BayStars are in Third
Yes, the Yokohama DeNA BayStars have moved into third place. After having been in last place, 16 games under .500 just a couple of weeks ago, they have climbed into A-Class post-All Star for the first time since 2007. Can they hold on to it?



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Pocket Calendar
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July 29 - Japan Baseball Weekly Podcast features an interview with NPB journeyman Jose Fernandez along with planned discussion of Iguchi's 2,000 hits between NPB and MLB, Ma-kun's continuing record run, and more.

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Resources
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Nikkan Sports July 28, 2013 newspaper.
Tiger Tails Blog
Bayside West Yokohama Blog
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Re: The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.31 - BayStars are in Third
[ Author: Guest: Azza | Posted: Jul 30, 2013 8:53 PM ]

I do hope Baystars don't make 3rd, if Yokohama make it it means my Hiroshima Carp won't

With the frequency of games in Baseball, perhaps it may be a good idea to do a weekly review blog of the Baystars, that will make it easier to follow IMO

Anyways while thinking of the Baystars, it got me thinking about tony blanco and other players who moved teams, because NPB doesn't do as many trades as MLB does, i guess it is easier to keep track on whether or not going to another team is likely to improve your game time and numbers, kind of always wondered
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