Ichiro came into the news recently because if you added up his Japanese hit total and American hit total, he would surpass Pete Rose records. Not surprisingly, Rose does not want to give up his crown, and may consider that the record should not count. In any case, Ichiro came onto the scene in 2001 and was an international sensation, clearly the greatest Japanese player to perform in the major leagues. Suzuki (his often omitted last name) is the subject of this "Still Starring Ichiro" Lithograph Lot of (128). An "Ichiro 51" Mariners jersey, hat, bat and three balls all line the chair shown in this 25x26" print. The man who has earned the respect of simply going by his last name is a surefire Hall of Famer.
Note: Although the specimen here shows some corner wear, the ones that the winning bidder will receive are professionally packed and presumably free of significant wear.