US SABR Members Visit with Japanese Members

Bill Nowlin of Burlington, Massachusetts, traveled to Japan to see the Red Sox play the Oakland Athletics in the 2008 MLB opener. While there, he met with SABR members from around the United States, as well as some of SABR’s Japanese members.

In the photo are (clock-wise from bottom-left) Takao Hanyu of Tokyo; Ron Kaluzok of Surfside, California; Bill Nowlin, Shogo Harumoto of Kawasaki; Yoichi Nagata of Kawasaki; Haruko Hasumi of Fujisawa; Tomotada Yamamoto of Tokyo; and Jim Allen (writer for the Daily Yomiuri).

Bill Nowlin of Burlington, Massachusetts, traveled to Japan to see the Red Sox play the Oakland Athletics in the 2008 MLB opener. While there, he met with SABR members from around the United States, as well as some of SABR’s Japanese members.

In the photo are (clock-wise from bottom-left) Takao Hanyu of Tokyo; Ron Kaluzok of Surfside, California; Bill Nowlin, Shogo Harumoto of Kawasaki; Yoichi Nagata of Kawasaki; Haruko Hasumi of Fujisawa; Tomotada Yamamoto of Tokyo; and Jim Allen (writer for the Daily Yomiuri).

Other SABR members in town for the games were Fumihiro Fujisawa of Tokyo; Daigo Fujiwara of Watertown, Massachusetts; Boston Globe writer, Gordon Edes; Red Sox VP of Media Relations, John Blake; Red Sox broadcaster, Joe Castiglione; and William Gould IV of Stanford, California.



Originally published: April 2, 2008. Last Updated: April 2, 2008.

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