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Japanese Baseball

Baseball players from around the world are taking a swing at the 2011 World Baseball Challenge. Players from as far as Japan have traveled to Prince George to compete for the win. The tournament kicks off tonight with a game between Cuba and the Beijing Tigers. The CBC's Jennifer Norwell headed up to the practice fields and chatted with the Japanese team as they got ready for their first game against Cuba tomorrow.
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