Haruyasu Nakajima (中島 治康 born June 28, 1909, in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, died April 21, 1987) was a Japanese baseball player. An outfielder with a strong throwing arm, he played an active part in the beginning of professional baseball in Japan. Nakajima was inducted into the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame in 1963, just the third player inducted. He died April 21, 1987.

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  • Haruyasu Nakajima (中島 治康 born June 28, 1909, in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, died April 21, 1987) was a Japanese baseball player. An outfielder with a strong throwing arm, he played an active part in the beginning of professional baseball in Japan. Nakajima attended Waseda University, where he starred in the Tokyo Big6 Baseball League. He began his professional career in 1936 with the Japanese Baseball League, as a charter member of the Tokyo Kyojin. An excellent curveball hitter who used all parts of the field, in 1938 he was the first in Japan to become a triple crown player, as he compiled a .361 batting average, with 10 home runs and 38 RBI for the fall season. In addition, he was named league MVP for that season. In 1941, Nakajima was named the Kyojin player-manager and he led his team to the JBL championship. He was again the team's player-manager in 1946-1947, and in 1949, when he led them (now known as the Yomiuri Giants) to another championship. During his time with the Kyojin/Giants. Nakajima led the league in homers twice, average once, and RBI four times. In 1950, with the reorganization of the JBL into Nippon Professional Baseball, Nakajima and a number of other veteran players were sent from the Giants to the Taiyo Whales to compensate for that team's lack of players. Nakajima ended his career in 1951 as player-manager of the Whales, but they struggled to a 19–26 record under his leadership, and he was replaced before the end of the season. Nakajima was inducted into the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame in 1963, just the third player inducted. He died April 21, 1987. (en)
  • 中島 治康(なかじま はるやす、1909年6月28日 - 1987年4月21日)は、長野県松本市出身の元プロ野球選手(外野手)、監督。 愛称は班長。 史上初の三冠王達成者。 (ja)
  • 나카지마 하루야스(일본어: 中島 治康, 1909년 6월 28일 ~ 1987년 4월 21일)는 일본의 전 프로 야구 선수이자 야구 지도자이다. (ko)
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  • 中島 治康(なかじま はるやす、1909年6月28日 - 1987年4月21日)は、長野県松本市出身の元プロ野球選手(外野手)、監督。 愛称は班長。 史上初の三冠王達成者。 (ja)
  • 나카지마 하루야스(일본어: 中島 治康, 1909년 6월 28일 ~ 1987년 4월 21일)는 일본의 전 프로 야구 선수이자 야구 지도자이다. (ko)
  • Haruyasu Nakajima (中島 治康 born June 28, 1909, in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, died April 21, 1987) was a Japanese baseball player. An outfielder with a strong throwing arm, he played an active part in the beginning of professional baseball in Japan. Nakajima was inducted into the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame in 1963, just the third player inducted. He died April 21, 1987. (en)
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