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Ichiro Suzuki sets record

Outfielder has a single in Seattle's 5-0 win in the second game of a doubleheader with Texas to become the first major league player with at least 200 hits in nine consecutive seasons.

September 14, 2009|Associated Press

at Texas 7-0, Seattle 2-5: Ichiro Suzuki became the first major league player with at least 200 hits in nine consecutive seasons, Felix Hernandez (15-5) gave up four hits in seven innings and the Mariners earned a split of a doubleheader. Rookie Tommy Hunter (8-3) threw a six-hitter for the Rangers in the first game.

at New York 13, Baltimore 3: Hideki Matsui hit a home run and drove in five runs and CC Sabathia became the American League's first 17-game winner.

at Detroit 7, Toronto 2: Rick Porcello (13-8) won a matchup with fellow rookie Ricky Romero (12-8).

at Minnesota 8, Oakland 0: Joe Mauer had three hits, including his 27th home run.

Kansas City 7, at Cleveland 0: Kyle Davies (8-9) carried a no-hit bid into the sixth inning.

at Angels 3, Chicago 2

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