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News: Seattle Mariners Hold A Moment's Silence For Hiroshi Yamauchi

Seattle Mariners Hold A Moment's Silence For Hiroshi Yamauchi

The team paid their respects before the game against Kansas City Royals

Seattle Mariners held a moment of silence for Hiroshi Yamauchi, the team's majority owner, before their game against the Kansas City Royals yesterday. The former Nintendo President, who guided the company into the age of video games, died last week at the age of 85. In 1992 he...

News: Howard Lincoln: Nintendo Has "No Plans" to Sell Stake in Mariners MLB Team

Howard Lincoln: Nintendo Has "No Plans" to Sell Stake in Mariners MLB Team

The late Hiroshi Yamauchi kept the team in Seattle

One of the many stories surrounding the remembrance of former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi is how he’s considered the saviour of the Seattle Mariners baseball team, taking a majority share of the organization in 1992 when its previous owner was about to sell it to a Florida group...

Feature: Hiroshi Yamauchi - The Man Who Made Nintendo

Hiroshi Yamauchi - The Man Who Made Nintendo

We pay tribute to the former Nintendo president, who died today

Earlier today, we reported on the sad news that former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi had passed away at the age of 85. For many younger Nintendo fans, the name might not mean anything — Yamauchi's time in charge lasted from 1949 to 2002, and Nintendo's recent glory years have...

News: Former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi Slumps To 13th In Japan's Rich List

Former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi Slumps To 13th In Japan's Rich List

Nintendo's former figurehead impacted by tumbling share value

Having $2.1 billion in the bank would make us very happy indeed, but that amount of cash can only secure you 13th place in Japan's rich list, according to Forbes. Former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi used to be sitting pretty at the top of Japan's richest people, but his fortunes...