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This week in M's history: Ichiro makes history, again

Five years ago, Ichiro wrote himself into major league history with another 200+ hit season. We've written about this a lot over the past couple of weeks, but just stop and reflect on the Mariners' position right now. They're neck and neck with Detroit for the second wild card. They're 1.5 games back from tying Oakland for the first wild card. After today, the Mariners don't get another off day until the regular season concludes on September 28. It's understandable if you don't want to get your hopes up with 17 games left to go, but... get your hopes up. This is only going to get...

Rapid Reaction: Rays 4, Yankees 3

NEW YORK -- Another game, another loss, another day closer to the end of the season for the Yankees. At least in this one, they made a fight of it. But with the way their offense has struggled this season, once the Rays went ahead 4-0 after four innings, you knew the odds were against a win. The Yankees battled back to pull within a run, but that was about it. They managed just an infield single by Ichiro Suzuki over the last four innings. And two of the teams they are chasing, the Orioles and Tigers, won, with a third, the Mariners, playing a late game against the lowly Astros.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 28, 2014

After awkward attempt at game-saving catch, Yankees' Ichiro Suzuki gets testy with reporters

Mike Avila's game-winning rip fell near Ichiro in right-center field

Postgame notes: “There isn’t a better feeling than a walk-off hit”

When asked how big Sunday’s 7-4 walk-off win to complete a series sweep of the Chicago White Sox was for the Yankees, Ichiro Suzuki simply smiled and extended his hands out as far as he could. No words necessary. The gesture pretty much said it all. Four days ago, the outlook for the Yankees was […] The post Postgame notes: “There isn’t a better feeling than a walk-off hit” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

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