Found September 21, 2012 on
Sometimes, it's better to be lucky than good. Ichiro Suzuki has been a little bit of both lately, but it's hard to argue he was being "good" when he lightly tapped a grounder back to the mound off A's starter Jarrod Parker on Friday. Then, the "lucky" took over. The ball somehow found its way into Parker's jersey, and the right-hander was unable to grab it out in time to retire Ichiro at first. Check out the bizarre play in the video below. Your browser does not support iframes.
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Ichiro Suzuki has been on a tear lately but even the streaking Yankees outfielder couldn't foresee himself getting a hit this way — a routine come-backer to the mound going down the opposing pitcher's shirt.
Oakland A's righthander Jarrod Parker was the unlucky recipient of Ichiro's third-inning grounder and, when he couldn't get the ball out of his shirt...
How hot is Ichiro Suzuki? He got a shirt hit compliments of the A's Jarrod Parker last night.
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