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    2007 Ichiro Suzuki 1,500th Major League Hit Game Worn Batting Helmet. It was one of the coolest logos in the Bigs in our opinion, so we'd love this throwback helmet to the infancy of the Mariners ballclub even in the absence of its milestone attribution. But the real appeal here comes from the man who was wearing this size 7 5/8 "Rawlings" gear on his noggin as he drilled his 1,500th Major League hit in a 14-10 Seattle victory over the visiting Oakland A's. It took the Japanese superstar 1,060 games to reach the mark, outpacing every player in history other than Al Simmons and George Sisler. The helmet exhibits a single game's wear and bears an MLB holographic authentication sticker on verso confirming its implementation in Ichiro history. Included is a print out of an online article posted after the game, picturing Ichiro wearing the helmet at the moment of his hit. MLB Authentic 549779 BB.

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    October, 2012
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