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Susumu Satow: Baseball
As a young boy he chased foul balls at nearby baseball games.
Interview outtakes from THE WAR:
"Well, as a youngster, at the age of about eight, nine, I guess, I used to walk down the railroad track to a place called Mills. And Mills had a semi-pro baseball team. And so I used to watch them. And I had a lot of fun. I used to go chase the foul balls and all that kind of a thing. And so, so I, I grew up in a sort of a baseball environment, I guess."