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  • This Day In Sports History (October 1st) – Ichiro Suzuki

    This Day In Sports History (October 1st) – Ichiro Suzuki

    It was on this day in 2004 that Seattle Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki recorded his 258th base hit of the season.  Ichiro broke the 84-year-old record, which was previously held by first baseman George Sisler of the St. Louis Browns. Ichiro tied the record in the first inning, singling off of Texas Rangers starter Ryan […]

  • This Seattle Mariners Commercial Is Actually Quite Funny (Video)

    This Seattle Mariners Commercial Is Actually Quite Funny (Video)

    I would have never imagined the Seattle Mariners being a funny team (I’m not sure why), but judging by this commercial for the Mariners’ upcoming season, I may have been wrong all these years.  I mean, Ichiro Suzuki doing Sean Connery impersonations?  Where do they come up with this stuff? After finishing last in the […]

  • Hiroshima Carp Catch Of The Year – The Sequel (Video)

    Hiroshima Carp Catch Of The Year – The Sequel (Video)

    During the first week of August, Masato Akamatsu of the Nippon Professional Baseball League’s Hiroshima Carp sprinted up the left center field wall to rob a home run and put in his submission for one of the greatest catches ever made on Earth. Almost three weeks later, a Hiroshima Toyo Carp center fielder is seen robbing […]

  • “Oh My God! Ichiro Touched Me!”

    “Oh My God! Ichiro Touched Me!”

    Did I miss something here?  Since when did Mariners’ right fielder Ichiro Suzuki inherit a Johnny Depp-like status among the ladies?  And who would have thought that taking an elbow to the face from him would be such a joyous occasion for one lucky female? Perhaps Ichiro is America’s latest sex symbol.  The man who […]

  • Japanese Samurai Slices Pitched Baseball In Half

    Japanese Samurai Slices Pitched Baseball In Half

    Total Pro Sports – Throughout the past decade or so, MLB scouts have gone across the Pacific Ocean to find the next big Japanese baseball star. We’ve seen them bring back some great talent like Ichiro Suzuki and Hideki Matsui, but they may want to begin looking off the field in the future. May I […]