Ichiro Suzuki became the first player in major league history to record 10 straight seasons of 200 hits, breaking his own record with a hit off Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Shawn Hill. Suzuki also broke a record he shared with Ty Cobb with the single, becoming the record holder for most 200 hit seasons in AL history
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