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Kensei Kaku?

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Kensei Kaku?
Japanbaseballdaily.com says that former Yakult hurler Kensei Kaku was on the Taiwan team in the 1988 Olympics. Does anyone know what his name was in Chinese? Most of the Kakus were Kuos, so Cheng-Cherng Kuo would be my guess. Can someone confirm?
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Re: Kensei Kaku?
[ Author: Guest | Posted: Oct 13, 2019 1:46 PM ]

Kensei Kaku is a player from Taiwan exactly. His name in Chinese is Chien-Cheng Kuo. He had been played for the Chinatimes Eagles in CPBL after leaving Yakult.
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