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|League||Japanese Baseball League|
|Former name(s)||Nagoya Golden Dolphins (1936)|
|Manager||Genzaburo Okada (1936–1940)|
Nagoya Kinko (long name: Nagoya Kinnosachihiko) was a Japanese baseball team that played in the Japanese Baseball League (JBL) before it merged with another team. It was owned by the daily broadsheet Nagoya Shimbun.
The club was founded as the Nagoya Golden Dolphins before the 1936 JBL season. In 1937 the team changed its name to Nagoya Kinko.
The franchise never had a winning record and never placed higher than fourth in the league standings. Few players wanted to play for the team, and it merged with the Tsubasa Baseball Club after the 1940 season to form the Taiyō Baseball Club; that franchise was dissolved following the 1944 JBL season.
|Year||Team name||Wins||Losses||Ties||Win/Loss Percentage||Standings||Games behind|
|1936 (fall)||Golden Dolphins||9||19||0||.321||6||14|
- "Nagoya Kinko", Baseball-Reference.com. Accessed Mar. 8, 2015.
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