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Hanshin Tigers continue to show interest in Hideki Matsui

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Hanshin Tigers continue to show interest in Hideki Matsui
On 2010-6-22 Gen wrote:
Hideki Matsui might not be ready to return to Japan next year, even so, the Hanshin Tigers will be sending two fairly high level execs (managing director Kenji Ageshio and Koshien Stadium chief Kazuo Awai) to check in on Matsui to see how he's doing.


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Re: Hanshin Tigers continue to show interest in Hideki Matsui
[ Author: Guest: gotigersredsox | Posted: Jun 28, 2010 11:38 PM ]

Maybe they should invest more in bringing back Kaz Matsui instead of Hideki! His playing days seem basically over in MLB, but maybe he could still play well in Japan.
Re: Hanshin Tigers continue to show interest in Hideki Matsui
[ Author: AllenWakanaka | Posted: Jun 29, 2010 9:21 AM | HAN Fan ]

I think Hedeki would pay for his contract much more than Kaz would though.
Re: Hanshin Tigers continue to show interest in Hideki Matsui
[ Author: gotigersredsox | Posted: Jul 1, 2010 10:57 PM ]

No, Hideki's definitely the better player. My point was I'm just not sure why Hanshin is wasting their time right now, as Hideki seems in no hurry to come back to NPB. Kaz looks more or less done in MLB, so I'd see him coming back sooner.
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