Japanese Baseball

Baseball has long been known as "America's Pastime," but a recent influx of foreign players is changing the face of the game. Commentator Ev Ehrlich thinks this trend is a reflection of the emerging global economy — it doesn't matter where you're from, as long as you can play ball!

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