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Mariners got a nice surprise with Emerson Hancock in 6th place

The Mariners saw no concerns about Emerson Hancock’s performance in 2020. (Getty) There was no question that the Mariners with the No. 6 selection, the highest selection in the Dipoto era, were pretty much on their way to the first round of the MLB draft on Wednesday afternoon. The fact that it was a college with a rich design was …

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Mariners announce coaching changes – MLB trading rumors

The Mariners have introduced their coaching staff for the 2020 season and added three new faces to the crew. Paul Woodward will replace Paul Davis as Seattle's pitching coach as Davis takes on a new position as chief strategist for the organization. Carson Vitale will be the new field coordinator of the Major League, while Jarret DeHart will be the …

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The trading term for Mariners ranges from boring to productive for Dipoto

Mariner's General Manager Jerry Dipoto has completed two trades on Wednesday. (Getty) The commercial season inside was apparently what it seemed to be from the outside. According to Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, the weeks before July 31st were "boring" in the first year of MLB's only harsh trading period. Mariners' Trading Deadline: Leake to Arizona | Elías, Strickland to …

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Source – Phillies, Mariners discuss Bruce trade

The Philadelphia Phillies are in talks with the Seattle Mariners on a deal with veteran Jay Bruce, a source on Saturday told Jeff Passan of ESPN. Bruce achieves .212 this season with 14 homers and 28 RBIs. He has also played for the Mets, Indians and Reds throughout his 12-year career, hitting 300 homeruns with 903 RBIs. He hit homerun …

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Twins beat Mariners with Homer Barrage

It was the fifth time this season that the Twins completed five or more home runs in one game. This made them the first team in Major League history to perform before June 1. Buxton and Schoop each finished five RBIs, while Cron, who also doubled and left on the warning lane, finished with four. Miguel Sano also scored, with …

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Twins 18, Mariners 4: Juggernaut

Tonight, the Twins scored 17 runs in the kid of drubbing that makes opposing fans wish for the mercy rule. It's the second time this season that Minnesota has scored into the double digits, and it's the second time this series alone. Once again, it has become a hit-and-kicker in the MLB. After a quiet first inning, the Twins started …

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