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BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

Josh Rawitch, president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, holds a baseball thrown by former Dodgers pitcher Hideo Nomo during a no-hitter in 1996 while seated next to a Dodgers uniform used by Shohei Ohtani this season during a news conference at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Tokyo
BASEBALL
Apr 19, 2024
Baseball Hall of Fame to highlight history of Japan-U.S. ties in new exhibition
The exhibition, "Yakyu/Baseball: The Transpacific Exchange of the Game between Japan and the United States," is slated to open in July 2025.
Ichiro Suzuki will be on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time in 2025.
BASEBALL / MLB
Jan 25, 2024
Focus shifts to Ichiro's chances of unanimous selection to Hall of Fame
Ichiro will be on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time in 2025.
Former Rangers star Adrian Beltre throws out the ceremonial first pitch before a World Series game at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, on Oct. 28.
BASEBALL / MLB
Jan 24, 2024
Adrian Beltre, Joe Mauer and Todd Helton named to Baseball Hall of Fame
Beltre, Mauer and Helton will be inducted along with former manager Jim Leyland in a ceremony scheduled for July 21 in Cooperstown.
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda delivers a pitch during the 2009 MLB playoffs.
BASEBALL
Jan 19, 2024
Dodgers praise Kuroda for Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame induction
Kuroda won a total of 203 games in a career split between Japan and the major leagues from 1997 and 2016.
Motonobu Tanishige (left) and Hiroki Kuroda after being elected to the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday.
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Jan 18, 2024
Former pitcher Hiroki Kuroda elected to Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame
Kuroda was voted into the Hall of Fame alongside former catcher Motonobu Tanishige and former umpire Tomoichi Tanimura.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Nov 8, 2022
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens get another swing at Baseball Hall of Fame
Any candidate who receives votes on 75% of the ballots cast by the 16-member Contemporary Baseball Era Players Committee on Dec. 4 will earn election to the Hall of Fame in 2023.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Jul 25, 2022
Iconic 'Big Papi' leads latest class into Baseball Hall of Fame
Ortiz was the only player voted into the Hall by the Baseball Writers' Association of America in 2022, being named on 77.9% of ballots in his first year of eligibility.
Japan Times
BASEBALL
Apr 15, 2022
‘This is American history’: Baseball's Hall of Fame reconsiders race
A planned permanent exhibit in Cooperstown is intended to highlight the Black experience in baseball, aiming to shed light on a legacy that has often been diluted and erased.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Jan 27, 2022
Giants praise Barry Bonds after slugger misses out on Baseball Hall of Fame
The San Francisco Giants praised the 'generational talent' of Barry Bonds on Tuesday.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Nov 23, 2021
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens face final shot at Cooperstown
In the final opportunity for two players whose names are tied to the sport's steroid era, voters will have to decide if their performances on the field outweigh the whispers off it.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Oct 17, 2021
Did baseball arrive in Japan one year earlier than commonly believed?
A British historian believes the sport was first played in Yokohama in 1871 — a year before American teacher Horace Wilson began teaching its rules to his students.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Sep 9, 2021
Yankees great Derek Jeter closes book on playing career with induction into Hall of Fame
'This is as high as you can go in terms of your playing career,' Jeter said. 'There's no other awards or accolades you can receive.'
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
May 4, 2021
Roberto Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board over sexual misconduct
Chairman Jane Forbes Clark said the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum accepted Roberto Alomar's resignation from its board of directors following an investigation into a sexual misconduct allegation against him.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / MLB
Jan 27, 2021
No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in U.S.
Curt Schilling was shut out on Tuesday, falling 16 votes shy of induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in balloting conducted by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Jan 14, 2021
Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame reveals Class of 2021
No one was chosen from the Players Selection Committee for the second year in a row.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball / Sac Bunts
Jan 15, 2020
Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame voters strike out on Tuffy Rhodes again
Tuffy Rhodes could be tough to figure out.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Jan 14, 2020
Former Hanshin Tigers catcher Koichi Tabuchi headlines Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame's 2020 class
Koichi Tabuchi touched Senichi Hoshino's Hall of Fame plaque and jokingly wondered why his friend was wearing a Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles hat.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball / Sac Bunts
Jan 16, 2019
Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame showing little respect for former NPB great Tuffy Rhodes
It's one thing for another year to pass with Tuffy Rhodes not yet even within shouting distance of the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame. But there has to be something in the voters' water for the American slugger to be left in the dust by Masahiro Kawai on the ballot. Yet that's where we are.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Jan 15, 2019
Kazuyoshi Tatsunami, Hiroshi Gondo and Haruo Wakimura elected to Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame
Kazuyoshi Tatsunami began his career with a double and by the end of his 22 pro seasons had racked up more two-baggers than any NPB player before or since.
Japan Times
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Dec 19, 2018
Kazuyoshi Tatsunami highlights tough choices for upcoming Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame class
For the first time in two years, there are no slam-dunk candidates on this winter's ballot for Japan's Baseball Hall of Fame.

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