1. Ichiro Suzuki had ten consecutive 200-hit seasons, the longest streak of any Major League player.
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2. At the 2007 MLB All-Star Game, Ichiro Suzuki hit the first-ever inside the park home run, which earned him the Most Valuable Player award.
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3. Ichiro Suzuki was the first Japanese position player to play Major League Baseball.
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4. Ichiro Suzuki has a reputation for changing bats more often than the average player, much like past superstar Roberto Clemente.
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10. Ichiro Suzuki has established a number of batting records, including MLB's single-season record for hits with 262.
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11. Ichiro Suzuki was traded to the New York Yankees in July 2012, and he batted.
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22. On March 18, 2011, Ichiro Suzuki donated ¥100 million to the Japanese Red Cross for earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.
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25. On October 2, 2018, it was announced that Ichiro Suzuki will be on the Mariners' active roster when they open the 2019 season against the Oakland Athletics in Japan.
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29. Ichiro Suzuki is just the second player to reach that milestone by way of a triple, joining Hall of Famer Paul Molitor.
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30. On January 23, 2015, Ichiro Suzuki agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with the Miami Marlins.
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32. On June 25, 2013, Ichiro Suzuki hit a walk-off home run against Rangers pitcher Tanner Scheppers with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning.
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33. On December 19, 2012, Ichiro Suzuki finalized a $13 million deal for two years with the Yankees.
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36. Ichiro Suzuki reached the milestone in the fourth-fewest games in major league history, after Al Simmons, Ty Cobb, and George Sisler.
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37. On June 19, 2012, Ichiro Suzuki led off a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks with a single to center field, the 2,500th hit of his MLB career.
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39. Ichiro Suzuki finished first or second in hits in all of his first 10 MLB seasons.
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41. Ichiro Suzuki finished the season with 214 hits, topping the MLB in that category.
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44. Ichiro Suzuki won his second Fielding Bible Award as the best fielding right fielder in MLB.
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52. On July 29, 2008, Ichiro Suzuki became the second-youngest player to amass 3,000 top-level professional hits after Ty Cobb.
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55. On July 29, 2007, Ichiro Suzuki collected his 1,500th US hit, the third fastest to reach the MLB milestone behind Al Simmons and George Sisler.
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58. Ichiro Suzuki broke Tim Raines's American League record by stealing 41 consecutive bases without being caught.
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59. In May and June, Ichiro Suzuki hit in 25 consecutive games, breaking the previous Seattle Mariners record set by Joey Cora in 1997.
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60. Ichiro Suzuki began wearing high stocking baseball pants in the 2006 World Baseball Classic.
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62. Ichiro Suzuki played for the Japan national baseball team in the inaugural World Baseball Classic in March 2006.
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63. In 2005, Ichiro Suzuki had his second worst year in his MLB career to date, collecting only 206 hits.
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64. Ichiro Suzuki finished the 2004 season with a record 262 hits, giving him the single-season records for both the United States and Japanese baseball.
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69. Ichiro Suzuki was the sixth player in MLB history to start a career with two 200-hit seasons.
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79. Ichiro Suzuki won a Rawlings Gold Glove Award in each of his first ten years in the majors, and had an American League–record seven hitting streaks of 20 or more games, with a high of 27.
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80. Ichiro Suzuki was a ten-time MLB All-Star and won the 2007 All-Star Game MVP Award for a three-hit performance that included the event's first-ever inside-the-park home run.
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81. In 2001, Ichiro Suzuki became the first Japanese-born position player to be posted and signed to an MLB club.
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82. Ichiro Suzuki has recorded the most hits of all Japanese born players in MLB history.
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84. Ichiro Suzuki established a number of batting records, including MLB's single-season record for hits with 262.
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85. Ichiro Suzuki played three seasons with the Marlins before returning to the Mariners in 2018.
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