5:44 AM EDT, Sun August 20, 2017

The 3,000-hit club, as Ichiro climbs the chart

Ichiro Suzuki, 43, has 3,063 hits in his major league career and 4,341 between the majors and Japan (1,278) - exceeding Pete Rose's career mark for hits in the majors (4,256). He is in 22nd place on the list, 21 back of Alex Rodriguez.

Marlins’ healthy outfield turns Ichiro Suzuki into baseball’s most frequent pinch-hitter

Ichiro Suzuki, an old ballplayer, is still trying to learn his new trick: pinch-hitting. But this year has been different from others from the standpoint of opportunity. The Miami Marlins’ starting outfield of Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna has remained healthy, which has...
TalkingChop Aug 4, 2017
Braves face red hot Marlins.

Braves face red hot Marlins.

Here’s a fish joke just for the Halibut. The Braves have lost eight of their last 10 games and are looking to get back on track against the Marlins who have surprisingly have won seven of 10. With a loss tonight the Braves would fall to 10 games under .500 after a decent first half of the season. Tonight’s teams feature two of the oldest players in the league with R.A. Dickey(42) pitching and Ichiro Suzuki(43) who has mostly been reduced to pinch hit appearances. If by chance R.A and Ichiro face off it will set the MLB record for oldest pitcher vs. batter matchup at a combined age of...

Ichiro Suzuki’s lesson learned from the only major league game he watched from the stands

Ichiro Suzuki, living legend and Miami Marlins backup outfielder, has played in 2,584 major league games and watched exactly one from the stands as a fan. That one left an impression. It was Thursday, April 5, 2001, the Texas Rangers hosting the Anaheim Angels at what was then called The Ballpark...

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