Originally Posted by SouthStndJunkie
Ichiro is batting over .300 with the Yankees in 26 games played.
Stick him on a team where he is surrounded with talent, like he is right now, and he will produce in the lineup, while still having an above average glove, arm, and speed.
I don't know if he will start for 3 more years, but I could see him in a starting lineup for at least 2 more years.
Sample size. Like how Josh Hamilton hit .177 in July and .360 with 21 homeruns in April and May.
I'd be willing to bet Ichiro is more the .280 hitter than the .300+ hitter.
You're missing the key thing though, who will sign him? Surround him with talent, what high up there team wants to spend a lot of money on an average outfielder?