Nomo's personality

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Well, on the mound he’s a warrior. In front of the media interviews he’s kind of stoic. In private, very funny, he jokes around a lot and he’s a good guy. I just think he has professional side to him and he considers interviews with media and or being on the mound practice. He takes those things very seriously as job/work, but outside of that he’s pretty funny. I’ve gone out with him on several occasions- dinners and so on, it’s a lot of fun, we have lots of laughs and so on that most people don’t get to see that part of Nomo I think.

Date: March 21, 2014
Location: California, US
Interviewer: Mark Langill
Contributed by: Watase Media Arts Center, Japanese American National Museum

Baseball Dodgers Hideo Nomo United States

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