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Piano Man on Mariners: Rookie Excels at Plate and Keyboard

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — On Sunday morning, Mariners newcomer Tyler O’Neill figured his Seattle teammates were intrigued by the performance he planned to give later in the day. 502 more words

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Seattle Mariners Lineup - 2/27/17

  1. Jarrod Dyson LF
  2. Jean Segura SS
  3. Kyle Seager 3B
  4. Danny Valencia 1B
  5. Mitch Haniger RF
  6. Mike Zunino C
  7. Taylor Motter 2B
  8. Tyler Marlette DH
  9. Leonys Martin CF…
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Dual-Pitcher, Dual-Citizen

Just as he is a dual-handed pitcher, Pat Venditte is also a dual-citizen.

The sole full-time switch-pitcher in Major League Baseball history will be making his second appearance for Team Italy in the World Baseball Classic next month in Guadalajara, Mexico. 825 more words

Ambidextrous Pitcher

New look growing on Mariners players

Beginning the 2017 spring training season, manager Scott Servais told The Seattle Times he expects his team to be the best in the league in a bit of an unexpected category this year. 309 more words

American League Award Predictions: Spring Training Edition

I recently wrote my National League Award predictions for this upcoming MLB season. Today, I will run down my award predictions for the American League. The American League champion Cleveland Indians will look to write a book of redemption after their heartbreaking loss to the Chicago Cubs in the World Series. 567 more words

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Fans get a different view of Mariners practice

The viewpoint most people watch baseball from is typically the same. When watching on television, the camera is always behind the pitcher’s mound. If at the stadium, while you can buy different tickets around the park, the view is the same for those nine innings. 155 more words

Jean Segura Isn't the Only Hitter Fighting Regression Following a Unique Performance

After being a pleasant surprise at the plate for the Milwaukee Brewers during the 2013 season, Jean Segura‘s production completely went down the drain — until he got a fresh start in 2016 with the Arizona Diamondbacks. 194 more words

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