Shintaro Kuranuki and Shuji Okada led the ‘oendan’ at Marlins Park during Japanese Heritage Day. Many Japanese carried on baseball traditions from the island practiced by the oendan.
Shintaro Kuranuki and Shuji Okada led the ‘oendan’ at Marlins Park during Japanese Heritage Day. Many Japanese carried on baseball traditions from the island practiced by the oendan. Rodolfo Roman For the Miami Herald
Shintaro Kuranuki and Shuji Okada led the ‘oendan’ at Marlins Park during Japanese Heritage Day. Many Japanese carried on baseball traditions from the island practiced by the oendan. Rodolfo Roman For the Miami Herald

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