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Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles manager Senichi Hoshino was back in uniform on Thursday for the first time in two months after having surgery.

Hoshino, 67, took a leave of absence from the club in May and has since had surgery to repair a herniated disc and correct a condition that affects his thoracic vertebrae. He rejoined the Eagles, who are currently last in the Pacific League, for practice ahead of their three-game series at Kobo Stadium.

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