Ichiro sets Japanese run record in Miami's win over Nats

Ichiro sets Japanese run record in Miami's win over Nats

Ichiro Suzuki scored his 1,968th run in baseball in the Miami Marlins 8-0 win over the Washington Nationals on Saturday to surpass Sadaharu Goodness as Japan's most elevated ever run scorer.

The 41-year-old scored on Adeiny Hechavarria's three-run homer in the eight inning for his 1,310th in Real Association Baseball to run with the 658 he scored in Japan.

In any case, while Ichiro, filling in at left field for the harmed Christian Yelich, said it was an "honor" to attain to the imprint he said his count of 230 grand slams was no match for Goodness' significantly more great figure.
Ichiro sets Japanese run record in Miami's win over Nats

"I don't believe its reasonable to think about the runs, in light of the fact that when he played ... it was 130 recreations (in a season) and he really had 868 of it without anyone else with homers," Ichiro said. "His record is much more prominent than mine."

"Everything I did was remain here today (and score on Hechavarria's homer) so what we have both attained to as individuals is distinctive."

Gracious resigned in 1980 in the wake of setting the imprint more than 22 seasons for the Yomiuri Goliaths.

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