Seattle Mariners 2018-19 Offseason

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11 thoughts on “Seattle Mariners 2018-19 Offseason

  1. Bat571

    M’s say Bass has 1 more option. Suggest you show Zych in the 25-man BP and Bass starting at AAA for now per DiPoto’s remarks.

    1. Jason Martinez Post author

      Thanks! I double-checked. He’s been optioned in 4 different seasons but twice he wasn’t in AAA for longer than 20 days before being brought back. I’ll fix.

  2. Tim

    Jason, I think you should have Haniger in the majors instead of Heredia at this point. See this quote from Bob Dutton, M’s beat writer at the Tacoma News Tribune:

    “Dipoto has also steadily acknowledged the club’s “working plan” is for rookies Ben Gamel and Mitch Haniger to get extended looks in the outfield corners with Danny Valencia, Seth Smith and possibly Guillermo Heredia in reserve.”

    Read more here:

    Love the site – thanks!

    1. Jason Martinez Post author

      Thanks for the link! Makes sense that they’re shopping Smith if that’s the case. He’s a good hitter and we have no idea how Haniger or Gamel will do with regular at-bats. Can’t see Smith on the bench so 2 rookies, neither of who was all that highly-touted prior to last season, can break into the majors at the same time. As it stands, I believe I still have Haniger penciled in for 400-450 plate appearances even if he starts in AAA.

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