From what I have heard, there are several locations throughout the fine city of Seattle where a person can sit in a Starbucks and see another Starbucks by looking out the front window.
Ichiro Suzuki apparently understands the cutthroat nature of New York real estate.
On Wednesday night, the New York Yankees, as is baseball tradition, celebrated their American League East title with some champagne-dumping shenanigans in the clubhouse.
Ichiro Suzuki, perhaps one of the most beloved players ever to don a Mariners jersey, apparently remains a fan favorite in Seattle, even though he was traded to the New York Yankees in late July.
Even more impressive. This is the 10th consecutive season Ichiro has reached the 200-hit benchmark, becoming the first player in major league history to ever reach such a remarkable achievement.
I know, shocking. Ichiro became the first player in Major League history to have at least 200 hits in nine consecutive seasons.
He did it nine times?
Kinky! No, no, no, it’s not what you think – Ichiro is not some masochistic exhibitionist who slaps his own scrotum in front of willing women for sexual satisfaction – well, at leas
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