Suzuki Ichiro


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 (sə-zo͞o′kē), Ichiro Born 1973.
Japanese-born baseball player who set a major-league record of 262 hits in a single season with the Seattle Mariners (2004).
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That it took more than ninety years and a hitter as remarkable as Suzuki Ichiro to finally break Sisler's record of 257 hits in a single season speaks to the extraordinary nature of what The Sizzler achieved before injury and illness reduced his prospects.
Baseball superstar Suzuki Ichiro topped the athletes' section in the list in the previous four years, but now plays for the Seattle Mariners and pays tax in the United States.