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Knuckle Princes Eri Yoshida Drafted First Female Baseball Player In Japan

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Knuckle Princes Eri Yoshida Drafted First Female Baseball Player In Japan At 16 years old High school girl April 2009 Eri Yoshida was drafted by Kobe 9 Cruse team. She was a first female baseball player in Japanese history to be drafted. At 155 centimeter tall and 56 kilograms, Eri was only a 16 year old high school student. Her dream was to be just like Boston Red Sox’ pitcher and knuckle ball thrower Tim Wakefield . If she can be just like Tim Wakefield she can hold down boys by knuckle ball throws. Even though her dream was big she never thought she would be the first girl to be drafted to all … Read entire article »

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Eri Yoshida Knuckle Ball Princess Debut With Chico Outlaws

Eri Yoshida Knuckle Ball Princess Debut With Chico Outlaws Have you seen Knuckle Princess Eri Yoshida yet? Eri has made US debut May 29th with Chico Outlaws in front of 4000 crowd. And getting world wide media attention now. http://www.goldenbaseball.com/chico/ www.kayokoyoshikai.com Share and Enjoy: … Read entire article »

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Chico Outlaws Sign Knuckleballer Eri Yoshida

Chico Outlaws Sign Knuckleballer Eri Yoshida 1st Female Baseball Player in 10 years in USA Male Team Female Japanese Kuckle Ball Pitcher Eri Yoshida Female Japanese Kuckle Ball Pitcher Eri Yoshida www.kayokoyoshikai.com Eighteen-year-old rookie pitcher Eri Yoshida is only 5 foot 2 inches tall and 115 pounds Japanese girl but is a phenomenal female knuckleballer. Eri is powerful enough to be scouted by a Golden Baseball League and picked up from a Japanese team. It was only two years ago when she was 16 and in high school when she was scouted as the 1st female to play pro ball in Japanese history. How fast is that for a little girl to be promoted to USA team? Eri was taught baseball by her older brother as well as being inspired and encouraged by Tim Wakefield’s … Read entire article »

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