Recently, former Yankee Hideki Matsui returned to New York, but this time wearing an Angel’s uniform to play against his old-team, the New York Yankees. Before the game began, a ring ceremony took place. Hideki Matsui and the Yankees were presented with their 2009 Championship ring, all decked out in diamonds! More »
It would be too much to say that Hideki is the reason why the Yankees won number 27, but tonight, Game 6 of the World Series it was the Hideki Matsui show. Godzilla, as nicknamed by his loving fans and teammates, hit 2 home runs and was responsible for 6 of the 7 Yankee runs. That ties a World Series record. In other words, he was the MVP tonight and ended up being the MVP of the entire World Series. More »
Despite living within walking distance of the Edison Field (home of the Anaheim Angels), I have to admit — I’m not much of a big baseball fan. Blasphemy, I know. I am however, a big fan of of Fox’s Glee. To satiate the appetite of many a Gleek having to wait until Nov. 11 for the next episode, the Glee cast performed the national anthem for last night’s World Series baseball game. Harry Shum, Ningin Glee cast member favorite wasn’t present last night but Jenna Ushkowitz held it down for our nation in song. Altogether, they proved to America that they can indeed, sing live.
The number of Japanese people in Baltimore is about to double. Former Japanese super star baseball players will be facing each other at Camden Yards, where the Orioles and Yankees are playing tomorrow.
It’s always a news worthy event whenever a superstar pitcher faces Hideki Matsui, the Godzilla of baseball player from Japan. More »
The World Baseball Classics (WBC) is happening again! It’s going to be as exciting as Olympic baseball! Even though I’m a baseball fan, I don’t really get excited about Olympic baseball, so I’m not really excited about the WBC. I started writing a long post about why I don’t think the WBC is good for baseball, but then it occurred to me that it has nothing to do with Ningin. So instead, here’s a preview and some notes about the Asian teams: More »