The Sultan of Zen

Sadaharu Oh would have been famous even if he had never hit 868 home runs during two decades as a player for the Yomiuri Giants. He went on to manage the team for four seasons, winning one pennant, then he switched in 1995 to the Softbank Hawks, where he led the team to three pennants and two championships.

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