Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
3 weeks ago

Suzuki got a start in right field Thursday and went 2-for-3 with a walk, passing Rod Carew to become MLB's all-time foreign-born hit leader, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The 43-year-old now has 3,054 career base hits in MLB, putting him 24th on the overall all-time rankings with Rickey Henderson's 3,055 next in his sights. Suzuki's .222/.263/.296 slash line indicates the future Hall of Famer is a shadow of his former MVP self, but he can still play solid defense and could find employment as a bench bat beyond 2017 if he chooses, allowing him to take a run at cracking MLB's all-time top 20 in career hits despite not coming over from Japan until his age-27 season.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
1 month ago

Suzuki went 1-for-3 with a solo home run during Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh.

EDGE Analysis

This was just Suzuki's second home run through 85 plate appearances this season and only his fifth bomb since the 2013 campaign. The 43-year-old veteran owns a .198/.235/.296 slash line and probably shouldn't be counted on in any fantasy format.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
2 months ago

Suzuki failed to reach base in three plate appearances Wednesday against interleague opponent Oakland.

EDGE Analysis

Suzuki started in centerfield for just his eighth start of the season, one day after starting and splitting time between left and center Tuesday. Despite making two consecutive starts, Father Time seems to have caught up to Suzuki and will most likely prevent him from any meaningful or consistent playing time in a crowded outfield that consists of young stars Christian Yelich and Giancarlo Stanton.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
3 months ago

Suzuki went 2-for-4 with his first homer of the year in Wednesday's road loss to the Mariners.

EDGE Analysis

It was a garbage-time homer with the Marlins down 10-4 and no one on base, but it was still a great moment for Ichiro, who spent 12 remarkable years in Seattle. This could have been his last MLB game at Safeco Field (where he hadn't appeared since 2014 until this series), but you never know -- he doesn't seem all that inclined to retire after this season ends. That said, he's hitting just .158 in the early going while serving as the Marlins' fourth outfielder.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
3 months ago

Suzuki went 0-for-3 with three groundouts in Monday's 6-1 loss to the Mariners.

EDGE Analysis

The hitless performance dropped Suzuki's average to .067 (1-for-15) on the young season, and he's also struck out six times in 15 plate appearances. The 43-year-old former batting champion isn't a starter and can't do much with the bat in the twilight of his career. He'll probably steal a few bags here and there, but he's mainly a bench option in deep NL-only affairs.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
4 months ago

Suzuki went 2-for-3 in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

The future Hall of Famer had a slow start to the spring following an outfield collision, but Suzuki is now hitting .316/.325/.342 through 38 at-bats. The 43-year-old will serve as the Marlins' fourth outfielder once again this season, with his playing time largely tied to Giancarlo Stanton's health.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
5 months ago

Suzuki (back) will serve as the Marlins' designated hitter and bat eighth in the lineup in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros, Craig Davis of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Suzuki tweaked his back earlier in the spring following a minor outfield collision, and the Marlins have been limiting the veteran's workload accordingly. His entry into the lineup at DH on Sunday seemingly implies he's in little danger of missing the start of the regular season, and it shouldn't be long before he sees time in the corner outfield again. Suzuki figures to open the season as the Marlins' fourth outfielder, with most of his starts coming when one of Marcell Ozuna, Giancarlo Stanton or Christian Yelich needs a maintenance day.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
5 months ago

Suzuki (back) is making progress in his rehab and should return to team workouts on Monday, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Marlins are easing the 43-year-old back into things after he collided with Brandon Barnes last week. They're not trying to rush the veteran back too soon, especially with the extended spring, so even when he joins the team for workouts Monday, he may be slightly limited. He shouldn't have any lingering issues, though, and will likely serve as Miami's fourth outfielder in 2017.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
5 months ago

Suzuki (back/quad) took some batting practice in a cage and played catch Friday, The Sun-Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Marlins are in no rush to get the 43-year-old back onto the field, but it looks like Suzuki won't have any lingering issues following his collision with Brandon Barnes earlier this week. He should once again be the team's fourth outfielder in 2017, with his fantasy value tied tightly to Giancarlo Stanton's ability to stay off the DL.

Ichiro Suzuki
OF/DH MIA
5 months ago

Suzuki (knee) skipped Wednesday's team workout while dealing with soreness from an outfield collision, Craig Davis of the Sun Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

He collided with teammate Brandon Barnes on Tuesday during a routine drill, resulting in a sore quadriceps and back. The 43-year-old is known as an ironman, having spent time on the DL only once in his career. Suzuki will spend Wednesday on training machines, but it's clear the injury is nothing too serious.