Ichiro Suzuki of the New York Yankees, in case you haven't heard, went seven for eight in a doubleheader against the Toronto Blue Jays. In second game of the day night doubleheader he went four for four with four stolen bases! Ichiro increased his overall batting average by eight points from .269 to .277. Fittingly, after the second game Ichiro said "I'm very sad that the day is over." The trade for Ichiro has rejuvenated him. In 53 games with the Yankees he's batting .317 with 3 homeruns, 19 rbis, and 10 sbs. If you project those number over the course of 162 games those numbers become All Star numbers. Ichiro before the Yankee trade was a a Hall of Famer with a great glove but on the decline in his offensive abilities. Since then he's been exceptional offensively and has outperformed everyone's expectations.