Suzuki batted .372 with a .414 on-base percentage and a .455 slugging average.
Stanky batted .300 with a .460 on-base average and a .412 slugging average.
I must point out that singles, not extra base hits, created Suzuki's higher slugging average.
Suzuki hit 24 doubles, five triples and eight home runs. He hit 225 singles.
Stanky hit 25 doubles, five triples and eight home runs. He hit 120 singles.
Ichiro had 105 more singles than Stanky.
The difference in on-base percentage between the two came from the fact that Stanky walked 144 times and Ichiro walked 49 walks. Stanky had 95 more walks.