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.奧克拉荷馬州議會 議員 Senator Randy Bass - District 32Committees | Offices | District Information | Counties Represented | Press
Occupation: Operates cattle and wheat farmEducation: Lawton High School. Attended Cameron University, Lawton, OklahomaLegislative Experience: Senate Member, 2004 - presentHometown: Lawton, OKParty: DemocratAudio Message: mp3 / wavRandy Bass had been serving his hometown as a City Councilman. He was elected councilman for Ward 1 in March of 2001 and was still serving when he was elected to represent District 32 as Senator in November of 2004. He is a member of the Oklahoma Municipal League. Senator Bass is an active member of his community where he is a member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church. He is an associate member of Lawton Ambucs. He has coached girls softball, and worked as the Lawton High School girls golf team coach from 2000 to 2003.Randy Bass was born March 13, 1954 in Lawton, Oklahoma. He began a career in baseball in 1972 when he was drafted from Lawton High School in the fourth round with the Minnesota Twins. He spent time with several major league teams including the Kansas City Royals, the Montreal Expos, the San Diego Padres and the Texas Rangers before being picked to play in Japan in 1982.Randy became the first baseman and power hitter for the Hanshin Tigers from 1983 to 1988. He became the greatest foreign hitter (of over 400) to ever step on Japanese shores. He currently holds eight national records in Japan. He set the all time season batting average mark of .389 in 1986, he is the only player to win back-to-back Triple Crowns, and hit 200 homers faster than any man in baseball history. Randy is a baseball legend in Japan. He was appointed embassador to Japan by Governor Nigh in 1986. His passion for baseball is kept alive by being a member of the Major League Baseball Association and through trips to Japan where he plays celebrity games and golf tournaments. He has also been employeed to commentate baseball games for Minichi Broadcasting Systems in Japan. He worked as a scout for the Tokyo Giants from 1998 to 2003.Randy also has a passion for golf. He enjoys spending time with his wife Kelley, his son Zach, daughters Staci and Remi and his two grandchildren Levi and Hagen. .參考資料http://soonerboomer.ameblo.jp/entry-a26472517b7eeb...
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