Sadaharu Oh: A Zen Way of Baseball

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Times Books, 1984 - Baseball - 279 pages
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Reveals how the study of Zen philosophy and the martial arts enabled Sadaharu Oh, Japan's greatest baseball star, to become the biggest home-run hitter of all time

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Unlike any autobiography I've ever read due to the singular qualities of Oh. Fans of baseball who are curious about the history of baseball in Japan should read this. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
96
Section 2
100
Section 3
102
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