- MLB legend Ichiro Suzuki, at the age of 50, pitched a complete game shutout against a high school girls' baseball team
- The game is part of Suzuki's 'Girls' High School Baseball Selection Strengthening Program' aimed at boosting girls' participation in baseball
- Suzuki, known for his illustrious career in MLB, demonstrated his pitching prowess in a surprising and impressive display
MLB legend Ichiro Suzuki, at 50 years old, pitched a complete game shutout against a girls’ high school team in Japan, striking out nine hitters and allowing only five hits. The game is part of his initiative to boost girls’ participation in baseball. Despite his outfielder background, Suzuki also notched two hits as the ninth batter, traditionally occupied by the pitcher. Known for his storied MLB career, including 4,367 combined hits, Suzuki’s dominant performance showcased his enduring talent and love for the game.