Left: Seattle Mariners’ Raul Ibanez watches his second home run of the night against the Baltimore Orioles during the seventh inning of a 2007 baseball game in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton, file). Right: Seattle Mariners’ Randy Winn heads for third during the bottom of the fifth inning in a 2003 game against the Angels at Safeco Field in Seattle (Stephanie S. Cordle/Herald file).

Left: Seattle Mariners’ Raul Ibanez watches his second home run of the night against the Baltimore Orioles during the seventh inning of a 2007 baseball game in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton, file). Right: Seattle Mariners’ Randy Winn heads for third during the bottom of the fifth inning in a 2003 game against the Angels at Safeco Field in Seattle (Stephanie S. Cordle/Herald file).

Best of the Mariners poll, part eight: Left fielders

Cast your vote for the best-ever season by a Seattle Mariners left fielder.

Welcome to part eight of the Herald’s Best of the Mariners poll series, where readers have the opportunity to vote on the best seasons in Seattle Mariners history by position. Monday’s position is left field. Here are the candidates:

TOM PACIOREK, 1981

Stats: .326 BA, 50 R, 14 HR, 66 RBI, 13 SB, .888 OPS

PHIL BRADLEY, 1985

Stats: .300 BA, 100 R, 26 HR, 88 RBI, 22 SB, .862 OPS

RANDY WINN, 2003

Stats: .295 BA, 103 R, 11 HR, 75 RBI, 23 SB, .771 OPS

RAUL IBANEZ, 2006

Stats: .289 BA, 103 R, 33 HR, 123 RBI, 2 SB, .869 OPS

Others worthy of consideration: Phil Bradley, 1987; Mark McLemore, 2001.

If you vote for “other,” please specify who in the comments section.


Part one: Starting pitchers.

Part two: Relief pitchers.

Part three: Catchers.

Part four: First basemen.

Part five: Second basemen.

Part six: Third basemen.

Part seven: Shortstops.

Next: Center fielders.

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