TAMPA, Fla. — Masahiro Tanaka is just one of the guys now.
Tanaka says he can walk the streets unnoticed in Manhattan, strolls that are impossible for him to take in Tokyo.
He uses some of his down time to golf and to fish for bass.
As he enters his third season in the major leagues, the New York Yankees ace can communicate with his teammates in English.
Now 27, he's acclimatized to life in the major leagues, the United States and the Big Apple.
"I've really gotten used to everything here, so I guess it's a little bit more easier for me," he said.
Tanaka speaks with media through Shingo Horie, his translator since his arrival. And...