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Seiya Suzuki went 1-for-2 and drew two walks in his Major League Baseball debut Thursday as the Chicago Cubs outfielder helped his new team edge the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 on opening day.

Welcomed by a huge cheer from the home crowd at Wrigley Field, the 27-year-old former Hiroshima Carp slugger got his first hit in MLB off last year's National League Cy Young winner, Corbin Burnes. The hit sparked a three-run fifth inning that turned the game.

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