5 Players the Seattle Mariners Could Sever Ties With Before 2014 Season

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Nelson Cruz

The Seattle Mariners have made a handful of moves to improve their roster and after adding several impact players to their lineup, they might not be done adding pieces to the puzzle looking towards the 2014 season. The Mariners already […]

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John Buck

Since his all-star campaign a few years ago and signing a nice three-year deal with the Miami Marlins, catcher John Buck has faded a little bit depending on who you ask. One thing that has not faded however is the […]

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Nelson Cruz

The big-spending Seattle Mariners have been awfully quiet in recent weeks, and they could be in the mix for one of the best position players remaining on the free agent market. The Mariners already inked a huge deal with Robinson Cano and […]

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Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano gave the New York Yankees a taste of their own medicine last week. The All Star second baseman accepted a 10-year/$240 million offer from the Seattle Mariners, which officially ended his nine-year run in the Bronx. The Yankees are typically […]

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Robinson Cano

The Seattle Mariners apparently came into the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings ready to do what they have done all offseason thus far; desperately sign players in an attempt to save the GM’s job. It would be terrible to sound disrespectful […]

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  Less than a week after signing Robinson Cano to a monster deal the Seattle Mariners have agreed to terms with free agent Corey Hart on a one-year contract and acquired Logan Morrison from the Miami Marlins. The moves give […]

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David Price

We all should give the Seattle Mariners a lot of credit for being able to throw up the funds to sign Robinson Cano. Cano wanted to top deal and didn’t apparently care where it came from. There is nothing wrong […]

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Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano is leaving the New York Yankees for a struggling Seattle Mariners organization and is making a huge mistake by doing so. From a financial standpoint, Cano did the right thing by leaving New York. The second baseman earned […]

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