Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 2: Records Broken, Ichiro MLB Debut, Tradesby Alex Kielar April 2, 2020
Alex Kielar | April 2nd, 2020
Today in baseball history, Johnnie Black and I looked back on some records that were broken, including David Ortiz breaking the RBI record for a designated hitter, Ichiro making his debut in 2001, and a few trades that went down. We also had some discussion on the Hall of Fame, including whether Ichiro could be the second unanimous Hall of Famer in history.
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