Ichiro Suzuki's Hall of Fame career came to an end today, as the Seattle Mariners' legendary outfielder announced he is retiring.
The 45-year-old outfielder played in his final MLB game today, as the Mariners took on the Oakland A's in a special series in Japan.
Suzuki got plenty of roaring ovations from the crowd during the Mariners' extra-innings victory over the A's.
The ovations didn't stop when the game ended, either.
Fans at the stadium in Japan refused to leave.
"Incredible site at the Tokyo Dome as the fans refused to leave. Ichiro is back out and taking a victory lap."
That's pretty incredible.
Suzuki is retiring as a 10-time MLB All-Star and a 10-time Gold Glove winner.
The Japan native should go into the Hall of Fame on the first ballot.