Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki Hits Home Run On Ichiro Bobblehead Night In Seattle

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 25, 2017

Scherzer (2-1) got an inning-ending double play to work around his only serious trouble in the fourth.

Felix Hernandez (2-1) allowed four runs and 12 hits in 6 1/3 innings.

The home run was obviously very cool.

It was the 115th career home run for the 43-year-old Miami Marlins outfielder and the first against his former team.

The crowd of 27,147 cheered loudly as Suzuki circled the bases.

Triggs (3-0) gave up two unearned runs, didn't walk a batter and had five strikeouts.

Seattle (7-9) finished its first homestand with a 6-3 record.

Not this time. Rzepczynski threw one pitch and got the final out. He is hitting.323.

For all his accomplishments at the plate, Suzuki was never a home run hitter, although he had said he could hit 40 a season if we were willing to sacrifice his batting average. The Mariners presented Ichiro with a gift and also showed a video tribute.

Chris Rusin (2-0) pitched 1 1-3 ideal innings for Colorado.

Robinson Cano worked a 10-pitch walk from Chen in the fourth inning. The ball ricocheted and struck umpire Mark Wegner square in the mask.

Haniger led the charge. Prado had two hits.

This was his 54th home run at Safeco Field, tied with Edgar Martinez for fifth-most in the park, which opened in 1999.

If it was his final at bat at Safeco Field, Ichiro Suzuki made the most of it. He walked four for the second straight start.

Stanton moved to second on a wild pitch and tried to score on J.T. Realmuto's soft single to third when Seager tried for the out art first. The last one was a ideal game by Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox almost four year ago - a 4-0 loss on April 21, 2012, also at Safeco Field.

The Miami Marlins look for a big bounce back victory after splitting their last eight games.

It was possibly the loudest cheer you'll hear for a one-out double in the ninth inning of a blowout. Russell Martin, Justin Smoak and Ezequiel Carrera had home runs for the Blue Jays, off to a franchise-worst 2-11 start.

Motter, filling in for injured shortstop Jean Segura, is hitting.409 with four doubles, three homers and six RBIs in his last six games.

The team came within two outs of a combined no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners.

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