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Eiji Bandō

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Win-Loss  77-65
Strikeouts  748
Role  Baseball player
ERA  2.89
Name  Eiji Bando
Weight  70 kg

Awards  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Movies and TV shows  Discovery of the World\'s M, Baruto no Gakuen, Hutch the Honeybee, Stormy Night, Poppoya
Similar People  Senichi Hoshino, Shigeo Nagashima, Shinsuke Shimada, Yasue Michi, Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

Eiji Bandō (板東 英二, Bandō Eiji, born April 5, 1940) is a Japanese television entertainer and former baseball player. He pitched many innings in his high school career. The Japan High School Baseball Federation was afraid that he would injure his arm, so they set a new rematch rule in 1958. However, he pitched 18 innings in a 1958 quarterfinal game, which resulted in the first rematch in the National High School Baseball Championship. He reached the final, but didn't win. His record of 83 strikeouts in the tournament remains unbroken. He joined Chunichi Dragons but it is said that he didn't regain his pitching strength. He can't extend his elbow even now.

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Singles

  • "Moeyo Dragons!" - 1974
  • Information

  • Doyō Daisuki! 830 (Kansai TV) - 1987–1997
  • Variety show

  • Sunday Dragons (CBC) - 1983––present
  • Unbelievable (Fuji TV) - 1997–1998
  • Game show

  • Sekai Fushigi Hakken! (TBS) - 1986––present
  • Magical Brain Power!! (Nippon TV) - 1990–1999, 2001
  • Eiji Bandō asianwikicomimages99fEijiBandop1jpg

    References

    Eiji Bandō Wikipedia


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