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The Ichiro Shift

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“Lou The Therapist”s, 1994: Manager Lou Piniella, playing “Dr. Lou Piniella” chews out a client in need of emotional support.” You’re acting like a loser.”

“New Lou”, 1996: Lou Piniella promises that he is going to be a hugger not a fighter

“Blinded”, 1999: Jay Buhner uses his bald head to blind a batter at the plate.

“Junior’s Bet”, 1996 — Griffey leaves a flock of sheep in Piniella’s office after winning a bet.

“Edgar and the Rookies”, 1998: Edgar instructs the team’s newest players on how to order a latte and what a gooeyduck is all about.

“Step Up”, 2002: The recently retired Jay Buhner instructs second baseman Bret Boone what it takes to become a clubhouse leader.

“The Wizard”, 2002: Ichiro bounces the ball off his bat, hits a long fly and catches it.

“Ichiro Shift”, 2003: — Everybody on the opposing team comes out on the field to play against Ichiro. “You got to him ‘em where they ain’t.”

2011

“Encore, Encore”, 2011: The rubber arm of 2010 American League Cy Young Award winner Hernandez is on display in “Encore, Encore,” in which the ace attempts to con his way back into a game through the use of some clever disguises. To his chagrin, his creative alter egos are unable to fool Wedge.

“Tribute”, 2006: Jamie Moyer screens a Ken Burns-style “documentary” of his illustrious career with the film’s producer.

2004

“The Clapper”, 2004: With Edgar Martinez, Dan Wilson, John Olerud / Edgar shows off his new lighting scheme, Ichiro makes a special delivery and the squad adopts a new best friend.

2003

Ichiro Shift: ”Ichiro Shift” shows the lengths other teams will go to in order to try and keep the Mariners right fielder off base. In the commercial, the Oakland Athletics are seen positioning 15 players on the field in an attempt to foil Ichiro Suzuki’s ability to “hit ‘em where they ain’t.” Even the A’s mascot, Stomper the elephant, is called onto the field in the futile effort.

2009

Midnight Line Drives — Ichiro takes on a batting machine

“Sorry” — Felix strikes out a Colorado Rockies player and then sends him a note of condolenve and some flowers

2010

Meaningful Moments — Griffey puts glue on a chair, making Ichiro stick to it


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