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Sachio Kinugasa

A longtime member of the Hiroshima Carp, Sachio Kinugasa played 2,215 consecutive games between 1970 and 1987; unlike Cal Ripken Jr., he retired with his streak intact. Kinugasa also hit 504 career home runs in his long career that started in 1965. The third baseman was a 13-time All-Star and was elected to the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame. While often among the league leaders, he rarely led in major categories, leading once in RBI, once in steals and once in hits and never in home runs. He might not have gotten much Black Ink, but he had a lot of Gray Ink.

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