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In his first season in Nagoya, the Australian bench boss has put his stamp on the Diamond Dolphins and elevated expectations for the B....
Deep Bond returns to the spotlight after a runner-up finish in last year’s race, a 3,200-meter test of speed and endurance.
In his sublime performance to “Bolero,” Uno finally broke out on the world stage with his first victory in a major senior competition.
Not nearly as sharp as he was in his previous two appearances, the Marines ace was tagged for two runs in a 6-3 win...
In the finals, it all came down to the golden set against the Wolfdogs Nagoya, and the Sunbirds dominated to secure another championship.
Tigers slugger Teruaki Sato, Giants rookie closer Taisei Ota and Marines catcher Ko Matsukawa are shining for their respective teams.
Skateboarders and BMX competitors open the three-day event, an international showcase being held in Japan for the first time, in style.
“This is my dream. It’s what I’ve wanted to do all my life since I was a little kid.” ―Kimura, a 40-year-old Bassmaster pro...
After numerous struggles in recent years, Tsuboi’s renaissance began this season with a second-place showing behind Kao Miura at the Japan juniors.