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2019 Schedule
2-0, 1st in AL West
Ichiro's groundbreaking MLB career (1:33)

BBTN: Ichiro's Goodbye, Contracts, McCutchen

Before Buster's extensive conversation with Phillies OF Andrew McCutchen (38:04), Josh Macri talks to David Schoenfield about Ichiro's goodbye, Mookie Betts' future, injuries to young stars & more (8:58). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (31:50).

Ichiro receives standing ovation as he exits final game (2:54)

Ichiro walks off to loud cheers, Mariners beat A's 5-4 in 12

Ichiro Suzuki was showered with cheers and chants while taking what appeared to be his final bow in a magnificent career that lasted nearly three decades Thursday night when the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 5-4 in 12 innings.

High throw gives Mariners the lead in the 12th (0:23)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

He fatigued late, but Roenis Elias' outing was pretty solid otherwise. He threw quite a bit harder after his move to relief last year and maybe he'll embrace a role as the Mariners' multi-inning relief dynamo. I'm jotting his name down as someone to track.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

According to Kyodo News, Ichiro will hold a press conference after the game and announce his retirement. It was my honor to cover his career and one of the highlights of my life to spend time with him in Japan this past January. One of the greatest ever.

Healy gives Mariners a lead with 2-run shot (0:24)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Solid outing by Yusei Kikuchi, but representative of the "total innings" question he faces. He fell short of the minimum-IP qualification for a W and threw 10 of 19 first-pitch strikes. Still, he's got great breaking pitches, so his ERA/K's should meet (or exceed) our projection.

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Ichiro gets a hero's welcome in Tokyo opener

Ichiro Suzuki started for the Seattle Mariners against the Oakland Athletics in MLB's opening game of the season, and about 45,000 voices in a sellout crowd cheered him on.

Ichiro gets standing ovation at Tokyo Dome (0:42)

BBTN: First Game, Trout/Bregman, Conforto

Buster discusses the first game of 2019 with Eduardo Perez (5:35), dishes on the Mike Trout & Alex Bregman deals with Keith Law (9:50), dives into the numbers with Hembo (24:19) and catches up with Mets OF Michael Conforto to talk about his perspective on the Trout deal and expectations for New York this season (30:40).

Santana's grand slam leads Mariners to win vs. A's in Japan (1:31)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

After how he looked in the game's first three innings, who'd have guessed Marco Gonzales would come out of this one with a quality start (and a likely win)? He settled down late, finishing with three shutout frames of three K's, one hit and one walk.

Beckham crushes 2-run homer (0:23)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

That was Domingo Santana's 22nd career home run to right field, out of 55 total.

Ichiro is a god and idol in Japanese baseball (3:29)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2162nd
On Base Percentage.3481st
Slugging Percentage.4461st
Earned Run Average3.861st
Quality Starts0Tied-1st