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Established
1935 (89 years old)

Sport
Baseball

Stadium/Home
Koshien Stadium
(55,000 Capacity)

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Location
Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan

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Nippon Baseball League

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21/04 Hanshin Tige - Chunichi Dra
23/04 Yokohama DeN - Hanshin Tige
24/04 Yokohama DeN - Hanshin Tige
26/04 Hanshin Tige - Tokyo Yakult
27/04 Hanshin Tige - Tokyo Yakult

Results
20/04 Hanshin Tige 15 - 2 Chunichi Dra
19/04 Hanshin Tige 7 - 0 Chunichi Dra
18/04 Hanshin Tige 2 - 1 Yomiuri Gian
17/04 Hanshin Tige 2 - 0 Yomiuri Gian
16/04 Hanshin Tige 1 - 1 Yomiuri Gian

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The Hanshin Tigers are a Nippon Professional Baseball team playing in the Central League. The team is based in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, and are owned by Hanshin Electric Railway Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Hankyu Hanshin Holdings Inc.
The Hanshin Tigers are one of the oldest professional clubs in Japan. They played their first season in 1936 as the Osaka Tigers and assumed their current team name in 1961.
The Hanshin Tigers, one of the oldest professional clubs in Japan, were founded on December 10, 1935 with the team being formed in 1936. The team was first called "the Ōsaka Tigers". In 1940, amid anti-foreign sentiment, the Tigers changed the name to "Hanshin" and in 1947 changed the name back to "Ōsaka Tigers". The current team name was assumed in 1961.

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Stadium or Home

Hanshin Koshien Stadium commonly referred to as simply Koshien Stadium, is a baseball park located near Kobe in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The stadium was built to host the national high school baseball tournaments, and opened on August 1, 1924. It was the largest stadium in Asia at the time it was completed, with a capacity of 55,000.

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