My Favorite Japanese Major Leaguer
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My Favorite Japanese Major Leaguer

by Yasuaki S.
(Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan)

I haven't been to the United States yet, so I will talk about Major League Baseball. The image of the United States for me is the Major League, particularly Japanese Major Leaguers.

I want to go see a Major League game if it is possible to go to the United States. America's Major League is more powerful and dynamic than Japanese baseball. My favorite Japanese Major Leaguer is Hideki Matsui.

I cheered the New York Yankees before, but I am cheering the Los Angeles Angels now. The Major League is very exciting, so I will go to Angel Stadium of Anaheim to watch baseball some time.

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