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In the September 14 newsletter:
A look back at Ichiro Suzuki's debut season 20 years ago, a review of the brothers Manning on Monday Night Football, and the winners and losers from Monday night's Met Gala.
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The Colossal Legacy of Ichiro’s Rookie Season, 20 Years Later

Michael Weinstein

In 2001, Ichiro Suzuki made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners. What happened next was not only the greatest rookie season in baseball history—it was a glimpse at both the past and future of the sport.

[Jake Kring-Schreifels takes a longform look at the legacy of Ichiro Suzuki's debut season.]

The Winners and Losers of the 2021 Met Gala

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It wasn’t the first Monday in May, but it was fashion’s biggest night, defined by Kim Kardashian in a mask, Lil Nas X in a C-3PO suit, and Nicki Minaj not showing up at all.

[Kate Halliwell takes stock of the celebrities who showed up for Monday's Met Gala.]

The Manning Brothers Take Over Monday Night Football

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Peyton and Eli’s broadcast had the closeness and casual feel of a Twitch stream, except that the streamers were two of the most famous football players alive.

[Rodger Sherman reviews the Manning brothers' MNF debut.]

Will Ben Simmons Get His Way? | The Mismatch

Kevin O’Connor and Chris Vernon discuss the latest in the Ben Simmons trade talk saga as training camp continues to approach.

Andrew Garfield Has Perfected the Irresistible Sleazeball

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After shedding the Spider-Man suit, the actor has carved out his own niche playing greasy dirtbags you can’t take your eyes off of.

[Miles Surrey on the post-Spider-Man career trajectory of Andrew Garfield.]

Marc Gasol Made Magic in the Margins of the Game

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The longtime center is reportedly heading back to Spain, likely ending an NBA career that should one day see him land in the basketball Hall of Fame.

[Dan Devine looks back at the NBA career of Marc Gasol.]
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