Seattle Mariners

Kyle Seager Injury Report

By: Marcos Sandoval   After having hand surgery, third baseman Kyle Seager will have to miss 2 and a half months of baseball. The 31 Year Old injured a tendon in his hand on a diving play during a spring training game last week. The original time table would've been around 8 weeks but GM Dipoto extended it to 10-12 weeks. Seager can’t pick up a bat until 2 months have passed, so the Mariners can’t expect him to be able to hit major league pitching into weeks, that is why there is the extra rehab time. The 2014 Gold...

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How The Mariners Can Redeem Their Rebuild

By: Noah Wright   After trading Edwin Diaz, Jean Segura, Alex Colome, James Pazos, Mike Zunino, and James Paxton the Mariners should have a top 10 farm system in all of baseball at least. However, it seems that some of their trades have been lopsided. The Jean Segura deal felt like a salary dump move, when Segura is a near all-star level middle infielder, offensively and defensively, who is being paid fair market value. The Alex Colome trade almost made no sense whatsoever. They traded a good late inning arm with 2 years of control left (2019-2020) for Omar Narvaez....

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Are The Mariners Already Messing Up Their Rebuild?

By: Noah Wright Earlier this off season, the Seattle Mariners made it clear that they were looking to start a rebuild. The first to go was catcher Mike Zunino when he was traded to the Rays earlier in November. It was a straight up Zunino for Mallex Smith trade. Then a few weeks later, the M’s dealt James Paxton to the Yankees. The Mariners received a top 50 prospect in Justus Sheffield, along with 2 underrated prospects. Both of these trades seemed to show the M’s learned from past mistakes of trading for MLB talent instead of minor league talent,...

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Seattle To Rebuild Soon? What This Means For Other Teams

By: Noah Wright   The Seattle Mariners have made some hints to a rebuild in their near future. While GM Jerry Dipoto has made it clear that he’s not ready to hit full rebuild mode, I feel, as do many other fans, that their chance to compete is closing, and with a weak farm system, the time to rebuild may be now. After-all, some teams have MLB ready prospects, and trading for some of those highly touted talents, then the rebuild may not take more than a year or two. So what does this mean for other teams around The...

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