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GM Jerry Dipoto plans to turn newly-acquired utilityman into two-way player.
Seattle GM Jerry Dipoto thinks his farm system has gone from the bottom 5 in the league to the top 10.
However, the voters are evenly split on whether the execution of Seattle’s plan has been successful.
Seattle also sent relievers James Pazos and Juan Nicasio to Philadelphia in the trade.
Seattle gets Bruce, Swarzak and three prospects in return
Seattle is all-in on swapping its veteran contributors for prospects who could help in the future.
Looking at potential suitors Seattle may be talking to if it decides to trade away the shortstop.
Seattle seems to be reshaping its roster in the form of a youth movement for the 2019 season.
Seattle received three players in return for its ace, including New York’s No. 1 prospect.
A former employee says team management made disparaging remarks toward Latino players.
Seattle responded via Twitter, saying the club ‘categorically denies’ making racist remarks.
Outfielder Mallex Smith, who was a Mariner for 77 minutes last January, would come back to Seattle.
Yahoo! Sports says Seattle is telling teams they’re willing to move “just about anyone” this offseason.
And in another roster move, backup catcher Chris Herrmann was claimed off waivers by the Astros.
The left-handed starter reportedly gets a raise after a breakout effort this past season.
He’s stepping into a new role as a hitting adviser for the entire organization
Designated hitter Nelson Cruz headlines the group, and the team seems non-committal on his return.
The speedster was hampered by a broken toe and multiple position switches this past year.
Voters mostly give Seattle a C or a B for its 2018 season, which concluded last Sunday.
The team’s 89 wins weren’t good enough to end its lengthy postseason drought.