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Ichiro Suzuki Re-Signs with Marlins for 2016

After spending the 2015 season playing for the Miami Marlins, Ichiro Suzuki has decided to stay in South Florida and re-sign with the Marlins for the 2016 season. Ichiro, 41, is coming off of his worst professional season as he hit just .229 with one home run and a .561 OPS in 153 games played this season. He did, however, pound out 91 hits, bringing him closer to a big milestone...
Via Baseball Essential
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Ichiro Suzuki signs 1-year deal to remain with Marlins

MIAMI (AP) Ichiro Suzuki has signed a one-year contract to remain with the Miami Marlins and try to reach the 3,000-hit milestone in the majors. Suzuki, who turns 42 on Oct. 22, is tied for 33rd on the hits list with 2,935. He had 91 in 153 games for the Marlins this year but batted a career-low .229, dropping his career average to .314. His slugging percentage this year was .279...
Via AP on Fox
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Ichiro Suzuki to return for 16th MLB season as he aims for hit No. 3,000

View image | According to reporter Joe Frisaro, the Miami Marlins will announce this afternoon that they will re-sign 10-time All-Star, two-time batting champion and 10-time Gold Glove Award winner Ichiro Suzuki for the 2016 season. A source has confirmed Ichiro signing for 2016 with #Marlins Ichiro aims...
Via Philliedelphia
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A brief history of Ichiro wanting to pitch

The final day of the regular season saw the fulfillment of what was, for Ichiro, a career-long dream — he got to pitch in a game in the major leagues. Which is something that made Ichiro happy, and it made all the other players happy, and it made all the fans happy, and here we all are, delighted to no end that Ichiro got to stand on the rubber. Think about it hard enough and maybe...
Via Fangraphs
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Ichiro Suzuki plans to play 'in 2016 and beyond'

Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, who finished the 2014 season needing 65 hits to reach 3,000, will continue his career in 2016, according to FS1 Baseball Insider Jon Paul Morosi. Suzuki's agent, John Boggs, told Morosi that the soon-to-be 42-year-old "is definitely planning to play in 2016 and beyond." Suzuki signed a one-year contract with the Marlins last January and hit...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ichiro makes MLB pitching debut against Phillies (VIDEO)

After pleading with his managers in Seattle and New York over the past 15 years, Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki got to do something that he's always dreamed of — the 41-year-old outfielder finally got to pitch. With the Marlins trailing the Philadelphia Phillies 6-2 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning Sunday, Miami manager Dan Jennings brought Ichiro in from...
Via The Other Paper
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WATCH: Ichiro Suzuki takes the mound for the Marlins

The final day of the MLB regular season has given us some rather peculiar sights to behold in the past. But who could have possibly predicted 41-year-old Ichiro Suzuki taking the mound for the Miami Marlins and blessing us with his never-before-seen pitching talents? Well that’s exactly what happened on Sunday in the Marlins regular...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Ichiro pitches inning in relief for Marlins

PHILADELPHIA -- Ichiro Suzuki hit 88 mph and induced a swing and miss with a breaking pitch during a one-inning relief appearance for the Miami Marlins Sunday in their regular-season finale against the Philadelphia Phillies. The 10-time outfield Gold Glove Award winner had never pitched in a major league game before entering for the bottom of the eighth inning. He allowed a leadoff...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Fun for all: Ichiro Suzuki pitched for Marlins in season finale

With nothing left to play for this season, either soon-to-be-replaced Miami Marlins manager Dan Jennings decided to have some fun (or shrug his shoulders and say what the you-know-what) or Ichiro Suzuki had a wish that he saw the opportunity to fulfill. Down 6-2 to the Phillies in the eighth inning, Suzuki took the mound to pitch for the Marlins. Really. The alert to Baseball Twitter...
Via The Outside Corner
2 days ago  |  Discuss

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