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Ichiro, you’re on the cutting edge. Everyone in New York knows that Harlem is the new Williamsburg. So, no, we don’t think you’re overpaying at all for your swanky pad at $23,500 a month. Especially since both Derek Jeter and A-Rod were considering buying the same place for a cool $9 million.
It’s hard to imagine Ichiro Suzuki as anything but sagely, stoic, soft-spoken legend. That image was no doubt padded by the fact that when he came to America he was already a man grown, but once upon a time he was a wide-eyed youngster just like the rest of us. Here is a glimpse at young, innocent, star-struck, 22-year-old Ichiro meeting already legendary Michael Jordan in 1995.
Spring training is supposed to be a time when most baseball players are getting into shape for the new season. For Ichiro Suzuki, it’s a time when he is literally (NOTE: not literally), though not unexpectedly, fighting for his life in the waking purgatory that is Tampa, Florida.
When the Yankees traded for Ichiro Suzuki earlier this season, it was treated as pretty big news, but in truth, the hype was based almost entirely on Ichiro’s name and past accomplishments. If you don’t think he still has something in the tank, though… well, just watch the video after the jump.
The New York Yankees will move Ichiro Suzuki to left field. We don’t think the switch will affect him too much, based on this ridiculous behind-the-back number he pulled in batting practice. Video after the jump.
Ben Gibbard, former Deathcab For Cutie/Postal Service frontman did what any soft rock musician does when he loses a long-time love and wrote a song about it. In this case, it was his beloved Ichiro. Check out “Ichiro’s Theme” after the jump.
Things could have been awkward for Ichiro Suzuki and his now former team, the Seattle Mariners. We wouldn’t have blamed Mariners fans for breaking down hysterically — or Ichiro for lamely striking out — during his first at-bat. Neither of those things happened. Video after the jump.
10-time All Star and Seattle Mariner legend Ichiro Suzuki was traded to the New York Yankees just a few hours ago. And — check this out — he’ll play for the Yankees tonight at Safeco Field. Things are gonna get weird. Deal details after the jump.
Mike Trout is one of the more exciting players in baseball, so, naturally, there are now photos of him and his girlfriend on the internet.
An Ichiro Suzuki impersonator who attended Tuesday night’s A’s-Mariners game in Seattle took the act a bit too far when he reached onto the field and grabbed a live ball off the bat of Mariners 2B Dustin Ackley.