Banzai Babe Ruth
Baseball, Espionage, & Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan
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Babe Ruth and the All-Americans had paved the way for pro ball in Japan.
"Patriots" arrested for violent crimes, including assassination of elected officials, were often given short jail sentences once they explained that their actions stemmed from the love of country and emperor.
From its beginnings at Ichiko, the Japanese had infused baseball with concepts borrowed from Bushido.
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