|July 26 7:23 PM PT8:23 PM MT9:23 PM CT10:23 PM ET22:23 ET2:23 GMT10:23 7:23 PM MST9:23 PM EST9:53 PM VEN6:23 UAE (+1)9:23 PM CT-Suzuki made his first start in five games Tuesday and went 1 for 5, giving him 2,997 career hits. He also stole a base and scored a run.
Analysis: Marlins manager Don Mattingly said Suzuki got the start primarily because center fielder Marcell Ozuna has been slumping. Suzuki has hit safely in each of his last six starts but has made only four in July. He doesn't have a hit in any of his last eight pinch-hit appearances.
|July 21 7:11 PM PT8:11 PM MT9:11 PM CT10:11 PM ET22:11 ET2:11 GMT10:11 7:11 PM MST9:11 PM EST9:41 PM VEN6:11 UAE (+1)9:11 PM CT-Suzuki went 2 for 5 on Thursday to move within four hits of 3,000.
Analysis: If he's in the lineup Friday, Suzuki will face Logan Verrett of the Mets. Suzuki has a double in four career at-bats against the right-hander.
|July 18 9:59 AM PT10:59 AM MT11:59 AM CT12:59 PM ET12:59 ET16:59 GMT0:59 9:59 AM MST11:59 AM EST12:29 PM VEN20:59 UAE11:59 AM CT-Suzuki doubled, singled twice and had another hit taken away on a replay challenge, leaving him six shy of 3,000 in the Marlins' 6-3 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday.
Analysis: Suzuki made just his second start this month with All-Star Marcell Ozuna getting a day off. He's been largely reduced to pinch hitting behind a set outfield, and singled in that role on Friday. He'll be back to a bench role on Monday in Philadelphia.
|July 16 9:26 PM PT10:26 PM MT11:26 PM CT12:26 AM ET0:26 ET4:26 GMT12:26 9:26 PM MST11:26 PM EST11:56 PM VEN8:26 UAE11:26 PM CT-Suzuki had a pinch-single for his 2,991st career hit and scored to tie it in the eighth inning as the Marlins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-6 on Friday night for their fourth straight victory.
Analysis: The hit was the first since July 4 for the 42-year-old Suzuki. He's had just seven pinch-hit appearances and one start this month with the Marlins, who have a steady outfield rotation of Christian Yelich, Marcell Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton.
|June 29 2:32 PM PT3:32 PM MT4:32 PM CT5:32 PM ET17:32 ET21:32 GMT5:32 2:32 PM MST4:32 PM EST5:02 PM VEN1:32 UAE (+1)4:32 PM CT-Suzuki had two more hits in Wednesday's 10-3 loss to the Tigers.
Analysis: Suzuki has had back-to-back two-hit games, increasing his major league total to 2,987 and raising his average to .342. On Thursday, the Marlins begin a four-game set with the Braves, and Suzuki is batting .208 in 15 career games at Turner Field - his lowest average in any of the 30 ballparks he has played in at least seven times.
|June 21 7:44 PM PT8:44 PM MT9:44 PM CT10:44 PM ET22:44 ET2:44 GMT10:44 7:44 PM MST9:44 PM EST10:14 PM VEN6:44 UAE (+1)9:44 PM CT-Suzuki had two hits Tuesday to give him 2,982 in his career.
Analysis: Suzuki is three hits away from tying Sam Rice for 30th all-time.
|June 15 1:10 PM PT2:10 PM MT3:10 PM CT4:10 PM ET16:10 ET20:10 GMT4:10 1:10 PM MST3:10 PM EST3:40 PM VEN0:10 UAE (+1)3:10 PM CT-Suzuki went 2 for 5 in the Marlins' 6-3 loss to the Padres on Wednesday, giving him 4,257 career hits in the Japanese and North American major leagues to surpass Pete Rose's record total in Major League Baseball.
Analysis: Suzuki now has 2,979 MLB hits, putting him on pace to become the 30th person to reach 3,000.
|June 14 10:07 AM PT11:07 AM MT12:07 PM CT1:07 PM ET13:07 ET17:07 GMT1:07 10:07 AM MST12:07 PM EST12:37 PM VEN21:07 UAE12:07 PM CT-Suzuki had three hits Monday to give him 2,977 in the majors and 4,255 including his career in Japan, one shy of Pete Rose's big-league record total.
Analysis: Suzuki, who also drew two walks and scored three runs Monday, is batting .432 since May 31.
|June 9 9:47 AM PT10:47 AM MT11:47 AM CT12:47 PM ET12:47 ET16:47 GMT0:47 9:47 AM MST11:47 AM EST12:17 PM VEN20:47 UAE11:47 AM CT-Suzuki had two hits, moving with 27 of 3,000 for his major league career, and drove in a run in the Marlins' win over the Twins.
Analysis: The 43-year-old is five hits away from Pete Rose's career record when counting his 1,278 professional hits in Japan. Suzuki is 12 for 28 in the last six games he's started.
|June 8 9:13 PM PT10:13 PM MT11:13 PM CT12:13 AM ET0:13 ET4:13 GMT12:13 9:13 PM MST11:13 PM EST11:43 PM VEN8:13 UAE11:13 PM CT-Suzuki had two hits Tuesday.
Analysis: He has three hits in his last two games. In the last four games Suzuki has recorded a hit, three have been multi-hit contests.
|May 24 10:09 AM PT11:09 AM MT12:09 PM CT1:09 PM ET13:09 ET17:09 GMT1:09 10:09 AM MST12:09 PM EST12:39 PM VEN21:09 UAE12:09 PM CT-Ichiro boosted his chances of reaching 3,000 hits in Monday's 7-6 win over Tampa Bay while filling in admirably once again for ailing teammate Christian Yelich.
Analysis: Ichiro went 4 for 5 and drove in a run, reaching 2,960 hits. He is one shy of matching Sam Crawford for 31st all-time. Ichiro is 10 for 13 in his last three games and has lifted his average to .417.
|May 22 9:38 AM PT10:38 AM MT11:38 AM CT12:38 PM ET12:38 ET16:38 GMT0:38 9:38 AM MST11:38 AM EST12:08 PM VEN20:38 UAE11:38 AM CT-The ageless Suzuki went 4 for 4 with a run scored in Saturday's win over Washington.
Analysis: The 42-year-old is now hitting .373 in spot duty this season, though he could be in line for some added playing time with Christian Yelich currently dealing with back spasms.
|Apr. 29 5:45 PM PT6:45 PM MT7:45 PM CT8:45 PM ET20:45 ET0:45 GMT8:45 5:45 PM MST7:45 PM EST8:15 PM VEN4:45 UAE (+1)7:45 PM CT-Suzuki had a milestone hit and his 500th career stolen base in a 6-3 win over Milwaukee on Friday night.
Analysis: Ichiro hit a 1-0 fastball from Zach Davies into right field for a single, his 2,944th major league hit, moving him into 33rd place all-time ahead of Frank Robinson. He is the 38th MLB player with 500 steals. Ichiro had 1,278 hits and 199 stolen bases in the Japanese Baseball League from 1992-2000.
|Apr. 18 3:15 PM PT4:15 PM MT5:15 PM CT6:15 PM ET18:15 ET22:15 GMT6:15 3:15 PM MST5:15 PM EST5:45 PM VEN2:15 UAE (+1)5:15 PM CT-Suzuki went 2 for 2 with a walk, RBI and run scored on Sunday.
Analysis: He also stole a base.
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