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The Meaning of Ichiro

by Robert Whiting

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Published by Grand Central Publishing in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24274026M
ISBN 109780446565226
OCLC/WorldCa605910392

Last Friday night, Seattle Mariners right fielder Ichiro Suzuki went with two singles. It was a pretty good night for the man who is becoming known as the master of the lightning-fast single Author: Stephen Barbara. The Meaning of Ichiro was published in and was the fourth book by Robert Whiting on Japanese baseball. He focused on Japanese players who came over to the USA, with quite a bit of information on Masanori Murakami, Ichiro Suzuki, Hideo Nomo and Hideki Irabu and bios of most of the NPB to MLB players of the era. Whiting also continued his earlier focus from You .

The name Ichiro is of Japanese origin, and is used mostly in Japanese speaking countries but also in a few other countries and languages of the world. If you consider naming your baby Ichiro we recommend you take note of the special meaning and history of the name as your baby’s name will play a big role in its life and your baby will hear it. As a child, Ichiro is what one might call a "little angel". Too angelic at times: he can even be inhibited and lonely. He would much rather hide inside a good science fiction book, or better still, behind his computer screen, so he doesn´t have to face the real world, which makes him nervous.

The name Ichiro means First Son and is of Japanese origin. Ichiro is a name that's been used by parents who are considering baby names for boys. Ichiro is a name that's been used by parents who are considering baby names for boys. The name Ichiro is of Japanese origin. The meaning of Ichiro is "first son". Ichiro is generally used as a boy's name. It consists of 6 letters and 3 syllables and is pronounced I-chi-ro.


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Robert Whiting, The Meaning of Ichiro Robert Whitings book, The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave From Japan and the Transformation of Our National Pastime is a “Americans liked Ichiro because, for one thing, he was a throwback to another time/5(10). Robert Whiting's third book on Japanese baseball, The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave From Japan & the Transformation of Our National Pastime (), deftly chronicles the flight of elite Japanese baseball players to the Major Leagues over the past 15 years (although the first Nipponjin to play for a major league franchise was actually Masanori Murakami in SF in /5(14).

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience.2/5(1). Robert Whiting's third book on Japanese baseball, The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave From Japan & the Transformation of Our National Pastime (), deftly chronicles the flight of elite Japanese baseball players to the Major Leagues over the past 15 years (although the first Nipponjin to play for a major league franchise was actually Masanori Cited by: 2.

The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of our National Pastime by Robert Whiting Warner Books.

$ The subtitle of this book conveys the provocative suggestion that Japanese players are taking over American baseball and, in so doing, just possibly bringing about its demise. But there is no need for alarm. THE MEANING OF ICHIRO: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of Our National Pastime Robert Whiting, Author.

Warner $ (p) ISBN Robert Whiting’s book, The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave From Japan and the Transformation of Our National Pastime is a fascinating look at Japanese baseball – its history, its teams, its roots in martial arts, the tight grip that nationalism and corporate culture hold on players (and coaches), and how the pursuits of physical discipline, athletic perfection, and.

The Meaning of Ichiro Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on October 3, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:   Book Review – The Meaning of Ichiro Posted on June 5, by T-Ray Standard It is hard to believe Robert Whiting waited 15 years after publishing the groundbreaking You Gotta Have Wa (), but with all the changes in professional baseball, The Meaning of Ichiro presents several new angles on the Japanese-American relationship as seen on.

The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave From Japan & the Transformation of Our National Pastime. April 7, Speaker Robert Whiting, author. Presider Tracy Dahlby, independent journalist & filmmaker. The meaning of Ichiro: the new wave from Japan and the transformation of our national pastime.

[Robert Whiting] -- "In his classic bestseller You Gotta Have Wa, Robert Whiting wrote extensively about the startling cultural clash that occurred when aging American major leaguers, in search of one last payday at the. Ichiro is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Ryan Inzana, it centers on a young American teen, son of a Japanese immigrant and an American soldier killed in combat, goes to Japan with his mother for an extended visit and begins to grapple with sophisticated cultural complexities/5.

And for the third straight year, Ichiro - the fleet-footed Seattle Mariner - received more votes for the All-Star game than any other player in the game today. Some 15 years ago, in the bestseller "You Gotta Have Wa," Robert Whiting examined how former American major league ballplayers tried to cope with a different culture while playing pro.

NOTE: This title is a Bargain book. Bargain books are excess inventory or store returns from publishers that are discreetly marked with a small dot or line on the edge of the pages and may exhibit minor cosmetic wear and tear.

They may also have a price sticker on it from the original store it was returned : The meaning of Ichiro is largely in his context. Whiting's book is a survey of Japanese baseball stars who have come to play at the highest level in the United States.

The first, pitcher Masanori Murakami, arrived almost by accident in the mids, overlooked in some minor-league agreements between the San Francisco Giants and the Nankai Hawks.

Ichiro did it as a teen with regularity. Here’s more from Robert Whiting’s “The Meaning of Ichiro” book: “At first, when Ichiro was in third grade, the [pitching machine] speed was set to 65 mph, which he handled easily, be it fastball, curveball or shooto (a kind of screwball), the different pitches which the machine could be set to.

One of America's foremost experts on Japanese culture, Robert Whiting, was in town for a talk and a reading from his new book, "The Meaning of Ichiro" (Warner Books). Whiting, a longtime observer of the Japanese game, writes about the changes symbolized by Suzuki in a new book, "The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of Our.

The book was the recipient of a New York Public Library award for educational merit. Published in Japanese by Kodansha International, as Saraba Samurai Yakyu, it soldcopies in hardcover.

The Meaning of Ichiro, was published by Warner Books inand excerpted in Sports Illustrated. It s copies. Ichiro Suzuki / ˈ iː tʃ ɪ r oʊ s uː ˈ z uː k i / (鈴木 一朗, Suzuki Ichirō, born 22 October ), often referred to mononymously as Ichiro (イチロー, Ichirō), is a Japanese former professional baseball outfielder who played 28 seasons combined in top-level professional leagues.

He spent the bulk of his career with two teams: nine seasons with the Orix Blue Wave of Nippon Batting average. The Meaning of Ichiro documents Japan's recent baseball pioneers who have defected to the major leagues.

The meaning of which, Whiting argues, has been the tremendous sense of local pride instilled in the Japanese people and the narrowing of the gap of understanding between Japan and America.The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of Our National Pastime.

Warner Books, ; retitled for the paperback to The Samurai Way of Baseball: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of Our National Pastime. The reason Ichiro is so important in the history of Major League Baseball is that up until the time he came to the Mariners inall the Japanese-born players in .