1986 Major League Baseball Japan All-Star Series

1986 Major League Baseball Japan All-Star Series

The 1986 Major League Baseball Japan All-Star Series was the first edition of the series between Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball. MLB was victorious by winning the series 6 games to 1. Tony Peña of the Pittsburgh Pirates collected the Series MVP Award.

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