Kurt Kiyoshi Suzuki was born Oct. 4, 1983 in Wailuku, Hawaii. Suzuki grew up in Hawaii on the island of Maui. Suzuki attended Cal State Fullerton and is a member of the school’s athletics Hall of Fame. Suzuki led the Titans to the 2004 NCAA championship and was drafted in the second round (67th overall) by Oakland. Suzuki made his major league debut on June 12, 2007 for the Athletics. Suzuki played in the 2014 All-Star game while a member of the Minnesota Twins. Suzuki signed with the Braves as a free a

Kurt Suzuki interested in re-signing with Braves

The Braves were eliminated by the Dodgers on Monday, meaning their focus shifts to what could be a busy offseason.

Among the subplots is catcher Kurt Suzuki, who’s scheduled to hit free agency. Suzuki has paired with Tyler Flowers to give the franchise a productive battery duo.

Flowers signed an extension in August. Suzuki remains a question mark, but he expressed interest in returning following the Game 4 loss.

“We’ll see if I’m in their plans,” he said. “If I am in their plans, hopefully they make something happen.”

Suzuki, who just turned 35, hit .271/.332/.444 with 12 homers and 50 RBIs in 105 games.

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