Ichiro Suzuki

Ichiro autograph
Birthdate10/22/1973
Death Date
Debut Year2001
Year of Induction
Teams Mariners, Marlins, Yankees
Positions Designated Hitter, Right Field

From 2001-2010 Ichiro had 200+ hits, the longest such streak in MLB history. His 262 hits in 2004 is the big league single-season record.

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3x5 card signed by Ichiro and George Sisler

3x5 card signed by Ichiro and George Sisler

George Sisler hit .407 in the 1920 season in which he set the Major League record with 257 hits. Gorgeous George lived the rest of his days as the record holder before passing away in March of 1973. Seven months later Ichiro Suzuki was born in Japan. Suzuki would grow up to cross the ocean, play in the big leagues and eventually eclipse Sisler’s mark in 2004.
Ichiro Suzuki signed All Star Game ticket from his Rookie of the Year and MVP season

Ichiro Suzuki signed All Star Game ticket from his Rookie of the Year and MVP season

Ichiro Suzuki was a 9-year veteran of professional baseball by the time he made his MLB debut in 2001. Starring for the Orix Blue Wave of the Japanese Pacific League, he compiled a .353 average and .422 on-base percentage from 1992-2000. Once he crossed the Pacific and took his game to America, his

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