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his customary spot in right field to the dugout early this morning. A trip he’d taken countless times before. What made this one different http://www.whitesoxfanproshop.com/authentic-paul-konerko-jersey , is that it..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Angels PregameAngels PostgameGamethreadsHalos Heaven PodcastsShohei OhtaniMinor LeaguesInterviewsEt CeteraFarewell Ichiro, a respected rivalNew,18commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareFarewell Ichiro, a respected rivalDarren Yamashita-USA TODAY SportsIchiro Suzuki took an emotional trip from his customary spot in right field to the dugout early this morning. A trip he’d taken countless times before. What made this one different, is that it would be his last.Suzuki arrived in America in 2001, joining the Angels division rival Seattle Mariners for the prime of his MLB career. He swept the league by storm, winning both AL Rookie of the Year and AL MVP along the way.Yes, he was a rival, but any true fan of baseball could see they were witnessing greatness. And uniqueness. Whether he was stretching in right field between batters or running down the first base line beating out a single, Ichiro was fun to watch. Ok, he could be infuriating to watch as an Angels fan. At his peak, he’d hit the ball straight down off of home plate and be almost to first by the time an infielder caught it. It was indefensible, it extended innings and created runs, it was maddening as an opposing fan. But it was also beautiful in its simplicity. A reminder that in baseball you don’t have to be a giant to be effective. Perhaps the most amazing part of his career was the incredible arm. A guy his size having a cannon like that seemed unreal. Here is his most iconic throw.So, as Ichiro departs the game, he leaves as a rival well respected. A man who played the game the right way, who brought new waves of fans to the game and who departed with an exit fit for a legend.Please share some stories about times you saw Ichiro play below. Prospect news and game results from the Salt River Rafters from October 22-27, 2018"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Scaling the RocksPebble ReportRockpileRockies Game ThreadsRockies Fan ExperienceRockies Minor Leagues and ProspectsAFL Week 3: Rockies prospect Tyler Nevin hits triples, triples, triples!New,8commentsProspect news and game results from the Salt River Rafters from October 22-27, 2018BySamantha Bradfield@SammieB_27Oct 29, 2018,9:00am AFL Week 3: Rockies prospect Tyler Nevin hits triples, triples Carlton Fisk Jersey , triples!Tyler Nevin (no. 12 PuRP) has been tearing through the Arizona Fall League. Currently he is hitting .467/.553/.700 with four extra base hits, including three triples just this week alone. That leads the AFL, above Toronto Blue Jays phenom Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. who ranks second in average and slugging, but fourth in OBP. After battling injuries in 2018, Nevin is taking the opportunity to get some extra at bats and showing why he is a top hitting prospect in the Rockies system. Sam Hilliard (no. 13 PuRP) also had a bit of a bounce back week as well, hitting two doubles and a triple as well as recording his first stolen base of the season. Josh Fuentes, who has been struggling a bit in AFL so far — hitting .289/.347/.467 in 12 games — recorded his first home run of the season. He was the first of the Rockies’ position player prospects to do so.

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