Ichiro, Mike Cameron suit up for Mariners during simulated game
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The Seattle Mariners took a trip down memory lane Sunday when former players Ichiro Suzuki and Mike Cameron played for the team in a simulated game.

Ichiro took hacks against Mariners ace Marco Gonzales and offered some witty banter during his at-bat.

The 48-year-old Cameron followed Ichiro by striking out against hard-throwing reliever Keynan Middleton.

The two retired players also appeared in the outfield during the contest, which the Mariners used to stretch out some of their pitchers. Ichiro and Cameron stepped in to support because there weren't enough players on hand to fill all of the positions.

Ichiro retired following the 2019 season with 3,089 MLB hits and an AL MVP award on his resume.

Cameron, meanwhile, hung up his cleats after the 2011 campaign. He won three Gold Gloves and appeared in one All-Star Game during his 17-year career.

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