Hiroshi Yamauchi, who ran Nintendo for more than 50 years and was majority owner of the Mariners, has died. He was 85.
The Asian community lost a powerful visionary on Sept. 19, when former Nintendo President and Mariners owner Hiroshi Yamauchi passed away. But while now he is gone, he leaves behind a legacy that many can learn from. His ambition, willingness to buck tradition, and humility are all wonderful models for the APA community.
Zduriencik said the Mariners did not pay any money to buy out their former starting catcher, who said last season he was struggling to accept Seattle benching him in favor of rookie Rob Johnson.
SEATTLE (AP) — Don Wakamatsu is proud to be the first Asian American manager in Major League Baseball history. He’s also keenly aware of what his grandparents endured generations before he took over the Seattle Mariners.
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