Japanese Defensive Wizard Ryosuke Kikuchi Hopes To Interest MLB Clubs

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Ryosuke Kikuchi, a seven-time Golden Glove second baseman in Japan, will have an opportunity to sign with a MLB team once he is posted by the Hiroshima Carp.
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