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Chujiro Endo


Date and Place of Birth: September 20, 1917, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Date and Place of Death:    Unknown
Baseball Experience: Japenese Professional League
Position: Pitcher/First Base
Rank: Unknown
Military Unit: Unknown
Area Served: Unknown

Chujiro Endo was born on September 20, 1917 at Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. He attended Hamamatsu Number One Chugakkou high school and then Waseda University before signing with Dai Tokyo in 1936.

Endo was 4-10 combined (spring and fall season) in 1936. He joined Nagoya during the 1937 spring season and was 4-7 for the year. In 1938, he was with the Tokyo Senators and was 1-5. As a first baseman, he faired slightly better, hitting .242 in the fall of 1938. Endo played just four games for the Senators in 1939. He was drafted for military service and died in combat.

Date Added: February 8, 2013

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