ITIS TOKYO.

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LJELL, THAT'S THE END OF ANOTHER MI5ERA6LE SEASON. TLJENTY GAMES LOST AND NO GAMES LJON!

OUR OPPONENTS SCORED THREE- THOUSAND AND FORTY RUNS TO OUR 5IX ...THEY MADE FORT'f-NINE HUNDRED HITS TO OUR ELEVEN AND THEY MADE NINETEEN ERRORS TO OUR THREE HONORED.

I DON'T EVEN WANT TO HEAR THE WORD "BASE8ALL" ANtiMORE. I THINk IF I HEAR THE WORD "BASE8ALL" AGAIN, I'LL SCREAM!

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AAUGH!

--ABOUT BASEBALL?!

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES HAS SELECTED OOR BALL TEAM TO BE PART OF (ITHE t(OUNG AMBASSADORS PROGRAM." WE'VE BEEN CHOSEN TO PLAt( AN EXHIBITION GAME IN TOK«{O, JAPAN! lJEiRE GOINGTO REPRESENT THE WHOLE NATION! THE PRESIDENT PICkED O~!

THEReS A WATERMARK AND EVERl'THIN6 ...

'lEAH! WE'RE 60lN6 TO JAPAN!!

GATHER (ROUND! I'VE GOT 61G NEWS!

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WE'RE GOING

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