Asiana Baseball League (Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan)

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Introducing the Asiana Baseball League - Sponsored (Hypothetically) by Asiana Airlines


*Disclaimer* I'm half asleep writing this, so I'll probably revise it tomorrow. 9mRdwNX.png

Teams, Stadium, City, Country (Divisions are wonky, as of right now, and team owners will hold a meeting 2 months [1 day irl] before season starts, to decide.)


First 8, Second 8 coming out tomorrow                                                                                 

Tokyo Tigers, Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan

Heroes of Tokyo, Meiji Jingu Stadium, Tokyo, Japan

Osaka Ryoshi, Kyocera Dome, Osaka Japan

Yokohama Whales, Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama Japan

Nara Dreams, (To Be Built) Nara Dome, Nara, Japan

Nagoya Aviation, Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan

Hyoko Aces, Koshien Stadium, Kobe, Japan

Taichung Robots, Taichung Baseball Field, Taichung, Taiwan


The Asiana Baseball League, adopted similar rules, to those in the MLB (not the infamous Mookie Betts catch rule).


Uniform Release Date


Tokyo Tigers - Tomorrow

Heroes of Tokyo - Thursday 

Osaka Ryoshi - Tomorrow

Yokohama Whales - Tomorrow

Nara Dreams - Thursday
Nagoya Aviation - Tuesday

Hyoko Aces - Wednesday

Taichung Robots - Thursday

Final 8 - between Tomorrow and Friday


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Uniform Release Day:


Tokyo Tigers


Home Uniform - Black Hat, White Jersey, White Pants, Orange Socks

- Focuses more on orange, in accents, then black. 
Away Uniform - Black Hat, Orange Jersey, Orange Pant, Black Socks, (oddly) Orange Belt

- Tokyo Tigers' OwnerSakai Shunji, stated that they wanted something bold, for their jerseys, hoping to match up with their playing style.


Osaka Ryoshi


The 7 Stars represent, the Ryoshi's (Fishermen's) Championships, from their original league. 

The Purple is bright enough to see, but also dark enough, to not be a blue, a gorgeous set in the eyes of many, in Osaka.


The last reveal of today, is the Yokohama Orcas. 


Yokohama fans have gained frustration in recent years, as the play, has been similar to the jerseys, horrible. 'Nuff Said.

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