Godzilla In L.A.

by Armand Vaquer



Godzilla is stomping into L.A.!

Los Angeles has the Godzilla star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Godzilla, King of the Monsters! plaque at the Frank del Olmo Elementary School. Now, Los Angeles has the living, breathing Godzilla of baseball.

Sports Network reported:

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have come to terms with outfielder/designated hitter Hideki Matsui on a one-year contract.

Although financial terms were not released, the New York Times reported earlier in the week that the deal was believed to be worth $6.5 million.


Above, here I am in Toho International's conference room with Matsui's Yankee baseball jerseys in the background. Toho will now be able to add his Angels jerseys to their collection.

It is starting to look like Los Angeles is the most Godzilla-laden city outside of Tokyo, Japan.

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