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Fifteen years after arriving in the United States, Ichiro remains a fan favorite.
There's an oft-repeated belief that with a different approach, Ichiro could have sacrificed hits for home runs. Do any similar players actually hit for power?
What's it like to witness Ichiro hit two home runs in one game?
If he reaches 3,000 hits, he'll solidify his place in history.
For seven seasons before he came to Seattle, Ichiro Suzuki was the best hitter in the Japanese baseball. But what ended in a $13 million posting fee began with considerably less fanfare.
A step-by-step breakdown of Ichiro's iconic swing.
The veteran oufielder can gun down baserunners with the best of them — or can he?
In 2001, Ichiro Suzuki became the second player in baseball history to be his league's most valuable player and rookie of the year, joining Fred Lynn's 1975 season in the record books.
Ichiro was already the oldest player in baseball once, and with enough playing time, he'll repeat in 2016, and join an elite group of players. How does he hold up to his peers in this group?
From Jim Bowie to Ichiro Suzuki, we take a look at every Japanese-born position player in MLB history and rank their careers from 18 to 1.
A storied past beginning in 1871 and running through Ichiro.
What is it that makes Ichiro Ichiro, exactly? And is it possible for there to be another player like him?
During the 2015 season, there were a variety of Ichiro-like abilities on display, from a surprising source.