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Sadaharu Oh - Career Statistics

Yr Team AVG GP AB R H HR RBI BB SB
YG: Yomiuri Giants.
1959 YG .161 94 193 18 31 7 25 24 3
1960 YG .270 130 426 49 115 17 71 67 5
1961 YG .253 127 396 50 100 13 53 64 10
1962 YG .272 134 497 79 135 38 85 72 6
1963 YG .305 140 478 111 146 40 106 123 9
1964 YG .320 140 472 110 151 55 119 119 6
1965 YG .322 135 428 104 138 42 104 138 2
1966 YG .311 129 396 111 123 48 116 142 9
1967 YG .326 133 426 94 139 47 108 130 3
1968 YG .326 131 442 107 144 49 119 121 5
1969 YG .345 130 452 112 156 44 103 111 5
1970 YG .325 129 425 97 138 47 93 119 1
1971 YG .276 130 434 92 120 39 101 121 8
1972 YG .296 130 456 104 135 48 120 108 2
1973 YG .355 130 428 111 152 51 114 124 2
1974 YG .332 130 385 105 128 49 107 158 1
1975 YG .285 128 393 77 112 33 96 123 1
1976 YG .325 122 400 99 130 49 123 125 3
1977 YG .324 130 432 114 140 50 124 126 1
1978 YG .300 130 440 91 132 39 118 114 1
1979 YG .285 120 407 73 116 33 81 89 1
1980 YG .236 129 444 59 105 30 84 72 0
TOTAL .301 2831 9250 1967 2786 868 2170 2390 84
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over 10 years ago

250 ft. all around or in the corners? Yeah I think even is just in the corners, if that is a fact most good big leaguers would hit 60+ per yr. The great hitters would be jacking about 100 per year..

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over 6 years ago

How many of Mel Ott's homers came in that band box he was playing in? Do you think that The Babe ever got any cheap ones down that friendly right field line at Yankee Stadium? There were plenty of cheap homers in the American Major Leagues. This guy played for over 20 years and batted .301 all for one team. He was a ballplayer.

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over 9 years ago

Pujols on steroids? Did you personally inject him? Jealous clowns like you should keep your head in the sand.



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over 9 years ago

The fences were not 250 feet away, do some research! the average size for the fields back in Ohs' day were 290-328 left field line right field line 350-370 gaps and 400 center!

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almost 10 years ago

But Sadaharu Oh wasn't on steroids, like Albert Pujols, and most other power hitters are.

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over 10 years ago

Hi David. I'm Dakota. I agree with what you said. I wonder how many homers Sadaharu would have hit if he played on the fields that the pros play on today.

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about 11 years ago

Sadaharu Oh wouldn't have done anything if he played pro ball. In the Japanese league the fences are only 250 feet away. If an MLB player like Albert Pujols played in that league he would hit 60 a year easily.