Ichiro Suzuki sets an MLB record. Suzuki achieved 200 hits for the 9th straight season. That is utterly amazing. Fittingly, an infield single against the Texas Rangers was the hit that allowed him to pass Wee Willie Keeler in baseball history for the most consecutive 200-hit seasons, a record that stretches back before the turn of the 20th century. [Y! Sports Big League Stew]