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Tag Archives: Ichiro Suzuki
With the Giants win over the Tigers last night, the 2012/13 postseason has officially begun. Yankees fans are going to expect big things this offseason, however their team finished with the best record in the American League and probably needs a few tweaks rather than a major overhaul. The one area where they really need to focus on ...
When the Yankees traded for Ichiro Suzuki it seemed like an obvious rental, but after almost three months of impressive performance the Yankees may decide they want him back after all. It certainly sounds like Ichiro would stay if it were up to him. A "person close to Ichiro" told Joel Sherman of the NY Post that ...
The Yankees got a pair of big two-run home runs in the bottom of the ninth inning by Ichiro Suzuki and Raul Ibanez to tie the game at 4-4, but lost the game in extra innings as they lost 6-4 to drop the first game of the ALCS. Losing the game was bad, but perhaps even ...
When Andy Pettitte came out of retirement everybody had games like this on their mind and he didn't disappoint as he held the Orioles to just three runs over seven innings, but the Yankees offense failed to show up as they lost 3-2 to tie the series at a game apiece. Just like yesterday, the Yankees scored ...
The Yankees finished off a sweep of their doubleheader against the Blue Jays beating them 2-1 tonight behind a strong outing by David Phelps and an even more impressive night by Ichiro Suzuki. Ichiro started his day by going 3-for-4 with two runs scored in the first game, but topped that off with a 4-for-4 night ...
The Yankees came out of the All-Star break the same way they went into it, winning lots of games, but unfortunately after they took six of seven games they haven't been the same since. From July 19th, the start of a four game series against Oakland, they have been 19-24 and looked awful doing it. But ...
In 28 games since joining the Yankees, Ichiro Suzuki has been pretty good. In addition to speed on the bases and great defense in the outfield he has also hit .300/.320/.460, but it's been at Yankee Stadium where he has done most of his damage. Small sample size caveats apply, but Ichiro has hit .358/.370/.604 in ...
Over the past two weeks we’ve seen Dewayne Wise do some incredible things with the Chicago White Sox. He’s hit as many home runs in 9 games as he did in his 54 others with the Yankees. He’s hitting a robust .361 with the White Sox and seems to be a nice addition to their ...
Ichiro Suzuki hasn’t disappointed the Yankees. So far, so good. Did the team and fans expect him to hit 15 home runs? No. Was he expected to eclipse 100 hits with the Yankees? No. For what was expected of him, he’s done exactly that, if not more: He’s filled in for Brett Gardner, spelled Raul ...
Ichiro Suzuki has long been considered one of the better defensive outfielders in the game with a lethal arm. Playing his career in right field at Safeco Field in Seattle he has been able to showcase both his great range and his plus, plus arm on a regular basis. Now with the Yankees things are changing ...