Miguel Sano went 1-for-5 and drove in two runs Wednesday night in a loss to the Atlanta Braves. Maybe someday they will make a bobblehead doll in honor of these impressive feats of strength from Sano as they did recently for Jackson, who broke a few bats the same way in his day. The Minneapolis Star-Tribune pointed out Thursday that breaking bats over his knee is not the only thing Sano has in common with Jackson.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer Marly Rivera is a writer for ESPNdeportes.com and ESPN.com. Ichiro Suzuki is just two hits away from becoming the 30th player in Major League Baseball to reach 3,000 hits -- and his will be one of the fastest journeys ever, just 16 years after winning rookie of the year and MVP in his debut MLB season. We recently sat down with the Miami outfielder, now 42, as he reminisced about his 25-year professional career and considered what the future holds. Turns out, you can expect the hits to keep coming. Does 3,000 hits mean something to you, or is it just a number? I talked about when I hit 4,256. If you're at the end of your career and you are limping toward that number,