TOKYO | In Japan, Ichiro’s move starts long ‘Sayonara’ for a legend

TOKYO — Ichiro Suzuki says he hasn’t retired, but his move to the front office of the Seattle Mariners is seen by many in Japan as the beginning of a long “Sayonara” for a national treasure. Ichiro dominated Japanese TV talk shows, news shows and …
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