Haruyasu Nakajima

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Haruyasu Nakajima

Haruyasu Nakajima (中島治康 born June 28, 1910, in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, died April 21, 1987) was a Japanese baseball player. He played an active part in the beginning of Nippon Professional Baseball. In 1938, he was the first in Japan to become a triple crown player.

Awards
Preceded by
Hisanori Karita
Japanese Baseball League MVP
1938 (Fall)
Succeeded by
Victor Starffin