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Keiichi Hirano, a Japanese major league baseball player,


Keiichi Hirano, a Japanese major league baseball player,



Keiichi Hirano, a Japanese major league baseball player, pitches to an American kid during a baseball clinic Jan. 24 on Camp Kinser. This was the first baseball clinic held on Camp Kinser. Approximately 50 Japanese and American children participated in the event. The clinic consisted of Hirano instructing the players on fundamental skills and techniques of baseball, followed by a friendly game. Hirano is with the Orix Buffaloes. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Rebecca Elmy/ Released)





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