Sorry about being late this week - spent last week in Software Integration Hell and I'm just now recovering.
A couple of months ago, I mentioned that True Stories of Korean Baseball had part 1 and part 2 of an interview with Masaichi Kaneda. They've recently published part 3 and part 4. Very interesting stuff.
Here's a card of Kaneda from his playing days - 1964 Fujiya Gum:
I was amused to discover recently that Kaneda was born one day after my father was. (In fact, taking time zones into account, they could have actually been born on the same day.)