General manager Jeff Bridich dismissed a report on Monday that suggested the Rockies were in talks with veteran star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, claiming it to be untrue.
I've had enough. This is as far as I go. The end of the line. The last straw of what has been a rough offseason. Free agents might not be able to find jobs. The lack of news might be making us all crazy. The baseball season might be about to start with 100-something free […]
If Ichiro Suzuki doesn't get a big-league job in 2018, it won't be for lack of trying. The future Hall of Famer is still hopeful of returning for an 18th major-league season after spending last year as a pinch-hitter with the Miami Marlins, and though he's found no takers to this point, it now appears […]
The legend of Ichiro Suzuki may still have another chapter left to be written. Ichiro became a free agent when the Miami Marlins declined his 2018 club option earlier this winter, and so far it doesn't appear any teams have come calling. But that doesn't seem to be deterring the future Hall of Famer, who […]
Ichiro Suzuki, who became a free agent in November when the Miami Marlins declined their option to sign him for the 2018 season, still hasn't given up hope of remaining in Major League Baseball. Suzuki was quoted by Kyodo news agency on Saturday as saying: ''I feel like a big dog at a pet
Ichiro Suzuki paved the way for two-way standout Shohei Ohtani and other Japanese position players to come to Major League Baseball with his outstanding 12-year career with the Mariners.
Will the Mariners look at Ichiro Suzuki to fill their backup outfield position?
Free agents are now eligible to sign with other clubs, which means the Marlins likely will cut ties with outfielder Ichiro Suzuki and perhaps backup catcher A.J. Ellis.
The Miami Marlins have continually put business before sentiment under their new ownership group led by Derek Jeter. That trend continued on Friday when the team officially declined Ichiro Suzuki’s $2 million option for 2018. Now the question is: Where does Ichiro go from here? Or, if you’re looking for a juicier angle: Would the Seattle […]
Ichiro Suzuki’s tenure with the Marlins appears to be coming to an end. The Marlins on Friday declined their $2 million club option for 2018 on the 44-year-old outfielder, who has compiled Hall of Fame-worthy credentials across 17 Major League seasons.
The Miami Marlins declined their $2-million club option on Ichiro Suzuki on Friday, and the legendary outfielder will become a free agent as a result. Suzuki signed a one-year deal with an option for an additional season prior to the 2017 campaign. The buyout of not picking up the team option will cost the Marlins […]
Ichiro Suzuki reiterated Friday that he would like to play in MLB through his 50th birthday. According to ESPN.com, the 43-year-old told reporters he has his sights set on playing to "at least 50" and that he would prefer to return to the Miami Marlins next season. It's the same sentiment