Kurt Suzuki became Hawaii's MLB career RBI leader with a career night Tuesday in Minneapolis.
The Baldwin High School product entered the night tied with fellow Maui native Shane Victorino for the most major league runs batted in by a Hawaii-born player with 489.
Suzuki set the new record and then distanced himself with a career-high six RBI game that included two doubles and a two-run home run.
Suzuki is hitting .265 this season with 25 RBI.
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