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On Baseball: Interest in Tanaka’s Debut Evokes Matsui’s in 2003

6 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Like Hideki Matsui, Masahiro Tanaka was offered big money to remain in Japan but left in his prime. As it happens, Tanaka, like Matsui, will make his Yankees debut in Toronto.

Yankees Give Masahiro Tanaka a Huge Welcome at Stadium

7 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Yankees said the news conference on Tuesday introducing Tanaka was their largest since 2003, for another Japanese sensation, Hideki Matsui.

Hideki Matsui Formally Retires with New York Yankees

After a 10-year MLB career, Hideki Matsui signed a one-day contract with the New York Yankees and retired as a member of the club. From the Yankees' official Twitter account: The club also honored him before the game, and the fans were quite excited to see him off after an excellent career with the Bronx Bombers. Show More Summary

Missing Alex Rodriguez in the middle

Ten years ago today, this was the middle of the Yankees' lineup: 4. Ruben Sierra 5. Hideki Matsui 6. Jorge Posada Five years ago today, this was the middle of the Yankees' lineup: 4. Alex Rodriguez 5. Jason Giambi 6. Jorge Posada In each of those games, the Yankees scored six runs. Today, this was the middle of the Yankees' lineup: 4. Show More Summary

Report: Hideki Matsui to Sign One-Day Contract with New York Yankees and Retire

Hideki Matsui is one of the most beloved New York Yankees stars of the past decade, and the team has chosen to honor him with a one-day contract so he can retire in pinstripes, reports George King of the New York Post. Even though Matsui officially announced the end of his career in December, he still plans on retiring as a Yankee later this summer. Show More Summary

Former Yankees Star Hideki Matsui Was Most Assuredly in a Godzilla Movie

The man referred to as Godzilla was once in a movie featuring Godzilla. Stick that in your pop culture pipe and puff on it for a while. Also, makes sure to go to the 36:41 minute mark in the above video for the entirety of Hideki Matsui's cameo, all 25 seconds of it. Show More Summary

MLB Prospects: 5 Prospects Who Could Be the Next Hideki Matsui

After posting a.435 OPS in 34 games with the Tampa Bay Rays last season, Hideki Matsui has decided to retire. The 38-year-old played 10 seasons in the major leagues, as he hit.282/.360/.462 with 175 home runs and 689/547 K/BB in 1,236 career games. Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui remembers his time with New York Yankees – MLB Update

Hideki Matsui remembers his time with New York Yankees – MLB Update The New York Yankees former utility infielder Hideki Matsui has retired from professional baseball but he still believe that the years he spent in the South New York...Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: NYC May Get A "Perfect" Snowfall Saturday

Because you wouldn't mind being mayor of a small town, check out today's end-of-day links: a "perfect" snowstorm, Hideki Matsui retires, best mugshots of 2012, happy birthday Stan Lee, and screaming goats. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

Former Oakland Athletics left fielder Hideki Matsui retires from baseball – MLB Update

Former Oakland Athletics left fielder Hideki Matsui retires from baseball – MLB Update Former Oakland Athletics left fielder Hideki Matsui has decided to leave the game after spending some nine years in the biggest baseball league in the world. Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui retires

Hideki Matsui, the Japanese slugger who became a star in both his native country and the United States, announced his retirement Thursday, according to MLB.com. The news was first reported by Japanese media, but Matsui has confirmedShow More Summary

Hideki Matsui Retires From Baseball After 20-Year Career

Hideki Matsui has announced his retirement from baseball after a career spanning two decades. Matsui, the Most Valuable Player of the 2009 World Series with the New York Yankees, has spent 20 years as a baseball pro in Japan and the US. During his ten years in Major League Baseball, the Japanese slugger notched up [...]Show More Summary

New York Yankees: Former World Series MVP Hideki Matsui Announces Retirement

Another former Yankee has decided to hang up the cleats for good. Hideki Matsui has decided to announce his retirement from baseball, according to Craig Calcaterra of NBC's Hard Ball Talk. The 38-year-old made headlines back in the winter...Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui Has Announced His Retirement

Hideki Matsui announced today that he is retiring and will hold a press conference tonight to make it official. It’s not really a surprise that Godzilla’s retiring, but it’s still sad to see him go. In his ten year MLB career, most of which was spent with the Yankees, Matsui hit.282 with 175 home [...]

Hideki Matsui To Announce Retirement, Will Have Plenty Of Time To Enjoy His Massive Porn Collection

2 years agoSports : Deadspin

According to multiple reports, former Yankees outfielder Hideki Matsui is set to announce his retirement from baseball. Matsui played seven seasons with the Yankees before making one-year stops with the Angels, Athletics, and Rays. He...Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui: Japanese Newspaper Announces Slugger May Be Retiring in 2013

According to the Japanese news outlet Sanspo.com, Hideki Matsui is seriously considering retiring and staying in his native Japan. After being cut by the Tampa Bay Rays in middle of last season, Matsui has expressed that he no longer...Show More Summary

Abreu & Damon DFA

A little over a week ago Hideki Matsui was designated for assignment by the Rays. Now, two other former Yankees have met the same fate, Johnny Damon and Bobby Abreu. Damon was DFA by the Indians yesterday:On Friday, August 3 the Cleveland Indians said farewell to veteran outfielder Johnny Damon, designating him for assignment. Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui DFA By Tampa

From The AP:Hideki Matsui was been cut by the Tampa Bay Rays. The 38-year-old Japanese star was designated for assignment on Wednesday to clear a roster spot for infielder Ryan Roberts. The Rays have 10 days to trade Matsui, release him or place him on waivers. He is hitting.147 with two homers and seven RBIs in 95 at-bats.I feel bad for Hideki. Show More Summary

Hideki Matsui Designated for Assignment by Tampa Bay Rays

Hideki Matsui's time as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays has come to an end. The 38-year-old designated hitter and outfielder has been designated for assignment by the Rays in order to make room for infielder Ryan Roberts, acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks Tuesday night according to Joe Smith from the Tampa Bay Times. Show More Summary

Rays Designate Hideki Matsui For Assignment

The Tampa Bay Rays hoped that designated hitter Hideki Matsui would recover some of the hitting magic he had in several years with the New York Yankees. Wednesday, though, he had a designation of another kind: The Tampa Bay Rays have...Show More Summary

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