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Ichiro Suzuki still is saving games with crazy diving catches at age 43

Ichiro Suzuki isnt your average 43-year-old major leaguer, or even your average 33-year-old major leaguer.

The Marlins outfielder continued to defy Father Time on Wednesday night with a spectacular sliding catch for the final out in a 10-6 win over the Rays. Heres the future Hall of Famer in all of his fielding glory:

THIS is how you seal the win!

: https://t.co/0uYFuCHdD7 #FishWin pic.twitter.com/6jsF6nCXEE

— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) May 4, 2017

According to MLBs Statcast, Ichiro ran 107 feet to make that grab.

Ichiro said earlier this season that he hopes to play until age 50, and catches like this prove he has a chance to actually achieve that longevity in a major-league uniform.

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