Derek Jeter reportedly mocked Ichiro Suzuki in batting practice yesterday, telling him that he couldn't 'drive it' anymore. And then, in the bottom of the 3rd, Suzuki hit his first home run of the season - much to Jeter's glee.Your browser does not support iframes.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
The Yankees have found all sorts of unusual ways to win games this season, with their rotation in shambles and their lineup almost devoid of power.
On Friday, they got a key home run from Ichiro Suzuki, who hadn’t homered in almost a year, and his three-run shot sparked a 6-4 victory over the Blue Jays.
The win also moved the Yankees past Toronto and into sole possession of the...
New York Yankees right fielder Ichiro Suzuki belted a three-run home run to right field on Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays, giving the Yankees a 6-4 lead.
It was Suzuki’s first homer of the year, and his first since August of last year.
For those reasons, you would think his teammates would be enthusiastically waiting to greet him in the dugout following his home run...
Ichiro Suzuki isn’t your prototypical home run hitter, but on Friday night against the Blue Jays, he connected for a 3-run shot off of Mark Buehrle. Derek Jeter couldn’t wait to congratulate Ichiro in the dugout. Take a look:
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Much like the New York Yankees Mariano Rivera expressed interest in playing outfield in the final year of his career (didn’t happen), the 4000-hit member Ichiro Suzuki would be “happy” if called upon to throw an inning for the Yankees, even if just in a blowout. David Waldstein of the New York Times reports that Ichiro might be the next up if the Yankees need a mop up guy...
Your browser does not support iframes.Two fans attended Tuesday night's New York Yankees road game in Anaheim dressed as outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, with one wearing a full Yankees uniform and the other wearing a full uniform of Ichiro's former team, the Seattle Mariners.The two fans were so into their role as Ichiro dopplegangers that they warmed up in the stands as the real...
Ichiro Suzuki tips his cap after recording his 4,000th career professional hit (Credit: Kathy Willens/Associated Press) Ichiro Suzuki showed fans across the world today why the back of baseball tickets have a waiver of liability. He also gave us all a warning that you really need to pay attention if you’re at a baseball game, especially if you have a lower level seat along the...
New York Yankees Ichiro Suzuki gave fans yet another reason to believe it’s going to that kind of year.
Although he walked away with not even a scratch, Suzuki totaled his Range Rover near George M. Steinbrenner Field on Saturday in Tampa, Florida.
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RIME OF THE FORMER MARINER
Amy Franz, the Mariners fan behind the "Ichimeter," a hit-counter that tracked Ichiro's hits at Mariners home games, received a thank you note and care package from Ichiro.
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The 38-year old Ichiro Suzuki is still one slick dude.
With Ichiro standing at second base, Robinson Cano hit a ball down the right field line. Suzuki was sent home on the play and somehow tiptoed around two tags by Matt Weiters tag and slid safely into home.
The dance move by Ichiro gave the Yankees and early 1-0 lead. What an athletic play.
Big thanks to @WorldofIsaac for the GIF