Ichiro Suzuki finalizing one-year deal to return to Seattle Mariners
- Author: Jill Young Mar 07, 2018,
Mar 07, 2018, 11:39
Suzuki, who spent the past three seasons with the Miami Marlins, is getting close to finalizing a one-year major-league deal with the Seattle Mariners, according to a report by USA Today's Bob Nightengale. The left fielder joins a list of already ailing Mariner outfielders, with both Mitch Haniger and Guillermo Heredia now sidelined with injuries. Ichiro has been working out in Japan and was expected to play there in 2018 unless he had an offer from Major League Baseball.
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The news follows a six-day absence by starting RF Mitch Haniger, who is dealing with hand tendinitis that inhibits his swing. After 11 full seasons with the Mariners during which time he became a 10-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove victor, Suzuki joined the New York Yankees in a midseason trade. New ownership decided not to exercise his $2 million option for 2018 and instead gave him a $500,000 buyout. Both teams belong to the American League West Division.
Ichiro Suzuki will return to the Seattle Mariners, as he and the Mariners are working out a deal to sign the former icon of the franchise. Previous year at Milwaukee he had 26 ABs and hit.115.
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A 10-time All-Star, 10-time Gold Glove victor, three-time Silver Slugger Award victor, and 2001 AL Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year, Ichiro is more than the sum of his accolades, only a few of which are mentioned here. The future Hall of Famer has 3,080 hits over his 17-year major league career. That would make him unavailable for the start of the season.
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