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  • 200 hits ? (.300) average ?

    Can Ichiro Suzuki reach the two hundred (200) hit level and finish with an BA of more than (.300) ? It looks like yes to both questions. With (23) games left, (he's 0-4 today) and having (186) hits if he gets one hit per game he will make it. Likewise, he's hitting (.316) with (100) or so AB's until the end of the season. It would take a hugh slump to hit less than (.300). He should get (30) more hits in his last 100 AB's and finish with (214) hits. It would be his sixth striaght (200) hit season.

    While looking at Ichiro's numbers, I noticed he's on pace to finish the season with (1346) hits for his six year Big League Career. This is just (1654) hits from (3000). Just you say R.S. ? Yep. His big league average through (6) years is (224) hits per year. This will take him seven (7 1/2) and one half years to reach three thousand hits (3000). This is barring any injury. With the way guys keep in shape these days, it's possible. Rickey Henderson stretched early and throughout his career, which helped him play into his 40's. Ichiro is a flexibility nut. If you ever watch him go through his gyrations, you know. If he does this, he will be about (37) years old. Old for a speed guy, but who knows. Every time someone says Ichiro is all done, he comes back and shows us something. He's a WOW ! figure in his (1434) hits with Orix and his projected (3000) hits in the bigs, then he will have more hits than the all-time hits leader (4256), Pete Rose.
    Last edited by Rennie Stennett; 09-06-2006, 02:21 PM.

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    • 200 hits for Ichiro!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • Woot-woot! congrats to Ichiro!

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        • I give you smiley Riverdance as an expression of my happyness.



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          • LOL...smiley riverdance...that's a new one.

            :atthepc :o

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            • Hmmm.... Riverdance....

              Anyways. Ichiro came off of possibly his worst month to date (I be back on that one), but as of late, is having a decent September (hitting .300 this month)

              But he was red hot the last 3 gameswith a line of .615/.667/1.000, going 8-13, with 1 HR, 2 doubles, 2 BB's, 5 Runs, 4 RBI, and 1 SB (to set the AL record for consecutive steals without being caught stealing).

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              • 4 consecutive games with multiple hits, 10 total (10 for 17), scoring 7 runs and 5 RBI in this time period as well - not bad!

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                • Way to go Ichiro Suzuki! Keep on shattering those record books!



                  :gt

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                  • Well, Ichiro has added another 2 SB's to his record, for a total of 38, now only 6 away from the all-time record. He will need to get those 6 SB's in the last 6 games to do it this year - which is possible, but not probable, but then again, if I remember correctly, Wilson's record of 44 was over 2 consecutive seasons, so even if he doesn't reach it this year, he'll have a shot next year.

                    Altogether though, Ichiro is 44 and 2 on the bases this year, which is a 96% success rate - not too shabby.
                    Last edited by Edgartohof; 09-24-2006, 06:18 PM.

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                    • Well, Ichiro has surpassed his 2003 hit total of 212 tonight, by going 5-6, with 3 Runs scored. This gives him 217 hits for the season, his 3rd highest total in his MLB career, and puts him on pace for around 225.
                      Last edited by Edgartohof; 09-26-2006, 06:32 AM.

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                      • Ichiro

                        Last edited by Rennie Stennett; 09-26-2006, 06:45 AM.

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                        • 9-25-06 vs. Oakland

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                          • 9-26-06 vs Oakland

                            Last edited by Rennie Stennett; 09-26-2006, 06:42 AM.

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                            • Iron Man

                              Ichiro's consecutive games streak of 396 ended Tuesday the 26th of September, 2006

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                              • Originally posted by Rennie Stennett
                                Ichiro's consecutive games streak of 396 ended Tuesday the 26th of September, 2006
                                Does anyone know why they kept him out of the game? One game at this point shouldn't really matter unless there was some possible injury to watch for or something, at least give him an AB or something. It's not like they need to rest him for the post season - he'll be resting for a few months soon anyways - oh well.

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