Oakland A's Honor the Legacy of Japanese American Baseball - March 7, 2013

The Oakland A’s and the Nisei Baseball Research Project
Honor the Legacy of Japanese American Baseball
Thursday, March 7, 2013, 1 pm
Phoenix Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, AZ


March 7, 2013 marks the 70th Anniversary of the opening of the historic Zenimura Field and the official start of organized baseball played behind barbed wire at the Gila River Japanese American Internment Camp in Arizona during WWII.

The Oakland A’s have a long history of supporting the Japanese American community, and their game date and location marks the closest MLB site to the historic ball field, located approximately 40 miles south of Phoenix.
To receive $4 off Lower Box or Outfield Reserve
Please visit www.oaklandathletics.com/spring
Enter coupon code JA70 for the March 7 game
Bill Staples, Jr.
Board member, Nisei Baseball Research Project
Chairman, SABR Asian Baseball Committee

Visit the Nisei Baseball Research Project at the 2013 Matsuri Festival

The Nisei Baseball Research Project will have a booth at the Matsuri Festival, Sat. & Sun., Feb 23-24, 2013, in Phoenix, AZ. Booth highlights include sales of the award-winning biography "Kenichi Zenimura, Japanese American Baseball Pioneer" and an opportunity to enter a raffle to win an autographed Kenso Zenimura baseball (no purchase required).