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Friday, October 31, 2014

Articles tagged: Seattle Mariners

Robinson Cano: Mariners need a right-handed bat

When the Seattle Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a $240 million contract, it seemed safe to assume they were not done adding pieces. You don’t spend that kind of coin without a larger plan in mind. Seattle could still make some significant moves before the start of the regular season, but they really haven’t done…Read More

Report: David Price would not sign extension with Mariners if traded

The Seattle Mariners made by far the most significant move of the MLB offseason when they signed Robinson Cano to a 10-year deal worth $240 million. While most of us can agree they overpaid for Cano, all that really matters is what Seattle does now. If they build a championship contender around Cano, it could…Read More

Seattle Mariners reportedly major players for Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano and the New York Yankees seem to be increasingly far apart in their contract negotiations, and the Seattle Mariners could be emerging as a contender to step in and sign the free agent second baseman. We told you on Monday that Cano and the Yankees are nearly $100 million apart in negotiations. The…Read More

Mariners prospect Nick Franklin eats 6,500 calories per day to gain weight

Seattle Mariners infield prospect Nick Franklin is looking to gain weight. The 21-year-old wants to bulk up for the upcoming year to better prepare himself for handling the rigors of a long baseball season, but he is not relying dietary supplements like most other pro athletes would. Instead, Franklin has just been stuffing his face…Read More

Mariners moving in fences at Safeco Field

The Mariners are planning to move in the fences at Safeco Field for the 2013 season to make it less of a pitchers’ park and more hitter-friendly. Here are the changes they plan to make, according to the Seattle Times: – The biggest change will be from left-center to straightaway center, where the wall will…Read More

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