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Ikuhara Akihiro Biography by The Baseball Page

Ikuhara Akihiro Biography by The Baseball Page

    * School Waseda University
    * Born: January 20, 1937 in Fukuoka
    * Died: October 26, 1992

Ikuhara Akihiro, also known as Ike Oihara, is a member of the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame. He was an assistant to Walter O'Malley for 26 years as an executive with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He also helped instruct Masahiro Yamamoto on how to throw the screwball.

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