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Will Dee Gordon Fill In For Robinson Cano At Second Base?

When the Seattle Mariners acquired Dee Gordon from the Miami Marlins, it was assumed the former National League batting champion and All-Star second baseman would full that role with his new team. Not so fast my friends. With Robinson Cano already in the lineup and the Mariners needing help in the outfield, the team decided that Dee Gordon, who had not played the position before, would become an everyday centerfielder.
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Robinson Cano May Need Surgery On Broken Hand

Robinson Cano may need surgery for a fractured hand he suffered in batting practice over the weekend. Per Greg Johns of MLB.com, the Mariners second baseman fractured the fifth metacarpal bone in his right hand when he was hit by a fastball in the third inning of Sunday's 5-4 loss against the Tigers at Comerica Park, and he could be facing surgery that would likely sideline him for much of
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Ichiro Suzuki Wants To Play Until He Is “At Least” 50

Ichiro Suzuki has said before he wants to play until he is at least 50 years old. The outfielder who continues to find the Fountain of Youth may fulfill that wish as he has returned to the Seattle Mariners. Suzuki, who continues to climb the all-time hits list, doesn’t appear to be slowing down and will get plenty of opportunities to hit for a franchise he got his start in
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Tampa Bay Rays: 3 Players To Watch In Spring Training

The Tampa Bay Rays enter the 2017 season with a mix of veterans and new faces. For them, the focus is on improving upon a dreadful 2016 season. Competing with big spenders like the Boston Red Sox means a division win might not be in the cards. That shouldn't be their main focus though. Spring training has begun, with players getting a chance to prove themselves once again. With games
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MLB: Cubs, Padres Could be Among Surprise Teams

1. Chicago Cubs It is been several years since the glory days of Alfonso Soriano and Carlos Zambrano. The last post-season trip for the Cubs ended with what some Cubs may describe as the unforgivable, unforgettable Chicago curse that continued with their own version of a sports curse with the chapter of fan interference in the playoffs. Cubs fans can now rest easy and forget that moment in their sports history. It's time
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MLB Winter Meetings: Can Robinson Cano Resurrect The Seattle Mariners?

  [caption id="attachment_19393" align="alignnone" width="400"] Robinson Cano is the power hitter that the Seattle Mariners desperately needed. (August 30, 2013 - Source: Rich Schultz/Getty Images North America)[/caption]     The Seattle Mariners have been one of the most underperforming in baseball the last few years. They have not been the team fans are used to seeing. The glory days of Ken Griffey Jr.  and Randy Johnson are a distant memory.  The good memories
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2014 MLB Free Agency: Rays P David Price Will He Stay Or Go?

Will David Price  stay with the Tampa Bay Rays that is the biggest question heading into the off-season? Now that the season is over for him there's been plenty of speculation that there are teams with heavy interest for one of the best left-handed starters in baseball. It's obvious the Rays organization doesn't have the deep pockets of Boston or New York in the American League East. Making it interesting to figure out
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Ichiro Suzuki Most Overrated Leadoff Hitter Of All-Time

Ichiro Suzuki just accomplished an incredible feat by picking up hit no. 4,000 of his professional career and that number gets combined with his time in Japan and in Major League Baseball. With the Seattle Mariners he primarily hit leadoff and after getting traded to the New York Yankees in 2012 and he's only batted first in the lineup 45 times in 186 games. Here's a look at his numbers on a yearly basis while leading off. [caption
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Ichiro Suzuki Closing In On 4,000 Career Hits

Current New York Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki will soon accomplish an impressive feat by picking up his 4,000 professional hit which will get combined with his MLB career and his time in Japan. The question is so what? There's no question that it's an incredible individual accomplishment. Yet, in 2001 when he first appeared as a rookie with the Seattle Mariners all the talk about Ichiro was about how much power he possessed and the performances he put on in batting practice. At the time with Bret