Katsuya Nomura, a Mainstay of Japanese Baseball, Dies at 84 by BY KEN BELSON


By BY KEN BELSON

His 657 home runs and 1,988 runs batted in were second in the nation’s history, as were his 2,901 hits and 3,017 games. He also had success as a manager.

Published: February 14, 2020 at 01:23AM

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