Ichiro Suzuki (2020)

Ichiro Suzuki When Ichiro Suzuki signed a contract with the Seattle Mariners in he became the first everyday position player from Japan to enter Major League Baseball Few people believed that the small slend
  • Title: Ichiro Suzuki
  • Author: Judith Levin
  • ISBN: 9780791094402
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Ichiro Suzuki signed a contract with the Seattle Mariners in 2000, he became the first everyday position player from Japan to enter Major League Baseball Few people believed that the small, slender Suzuki, who wore his first name on the back of his jersey, would be able to succeed But Ichiro, who was already a superstar in Japan, rapidly showed that his hitting liteWhen Ichiro Suzuki signed a contract with the Seattle Mariners in 2000, he became the first everyday position player from Japan to enter Major League Baseball Few people believed that the small, slender Suzuki, who wore his first name on the back of his jersey, would be able to succeed But Ichiro, who was already a superstar in Japan, rapidly showed that his hitting literally knew no bounds Although he has played in the major leagues only since the 2001 season, Ichiro has quickly established himself as one of the game s top players Not only has he won a Gold Glove in each of his first six seasons, but in 2004 he set an all time Major League Baseball record 262 hits in one season.
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    One Reply to “Ichiro Suzuki”

    1. I finish reading a book called Ichiro Suzuki last week It s nonfiction and it s by Judith Levin It has 135 pages This book talks about how Ichiro the best player in Japan started baseball and how hard he worked His dairy schedule was full of baseball and also cram school He was very smart too He was smart enough to go to a good college Why did he keep playing baseball and didn t go to college I would give this book a 5 because it tells you that you have to work really really hard to be such a gr [...]

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