The Hanshin Tigers, who had led the last three years, were second at 52.
What does HT stand for?
HT stands for Hanshin Tigers (Japanese professional baseball team)
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- Halo Trust
- Halotracks (Halo gaming clan)
- Halt Typing (terminal command)
- Hamilton Tigercats
- Hammer Throw
- Hand Talk (Radio)
- Hand Timed (track and field)
- Hand Tucked (wire rope splice)
- Handheld Transceiver (walkie-talkie)
- Handi-Talkie (two way radio)
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YOKOHAMA, May 12 Kyodo Daisuke Miura came within three outs of pitching a no-hitter and Yuki Yoshimura broke a scoreless tie with a two-run double in the sixth inning as the Yokohama DeNA BayStars beat the Hanshin Tigers 2-1 on Saturday.
OSAKA, March 11 Kyodo (EDS: ADDING INFO IN BOTTOM GRAF) A statue of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders was recovered Tuesday and Wednesday from a river in Osaka, 24 years after frenzied Hanshin Tigers fans threw the statue into the river when the baseball team won the Central League championship.
Colonel Sanders statue found in Osaka 24 yrs after Hanshin Tigers win OSAKA - A statue of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders was recovered Tuesday and Wednesday from a river in Osaka, 24 years after frenzied Hanshin Tigers fans threw the statue into the river when the baseball team won the Central League championship.
The club also announced that the contract of RHP Scott Atchison, signed to a minor league deal after pitching for the San Francisco Giants last season, has been sold to the Hanshin Tigers.
But it is likely the LDP chapter will be unable to have a uniform stance in the election as some prefectural assembly members of Japan's dominant political party are inclined to support Emoto, a former Hanshin Tigers pitcher, according to assembly members of the LDP.
A resident Japanese might reply: good okonomiyaki (a pizza-like dish), the origin of cup noodles, the headquarters of Matsushita, the unbreakable spirit of the Hanshin Tigers baseball team and .