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The Seattle Mariners finished the 2016 MLB season 9 games out of first place in the American League West. With a 86 game winning season the Mariners are looking to rebound for the 2017 MLB season and make a push at the MLB Playoffs.

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The night before many were planning on heating up their stoves, two teams decided to kick off their own version of the heating apparatus with a rather interesting trade. Now, I had no initial reaction to Wednesday night’s move between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Seattle Mariners. Not a strong one, at least. And upon reflection roughly 36 hours later, I’m still more or less in the same spot. That’s not to say the names aren’t noteworthy. Quite the opposite—just not in the most obvious of ways. We know the details: Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger, and Zac Curtis to Seattle; Taijuan Walker and Ketel Marte to Arizona. I look at this trade and see plenty of potential star-power. But, not one name going in either direction makes me think ‘So-and-so got the better of this deal.’ You may think otherwise, and that’s fine. The point is that we do not have to immediately declare a winner. It’s true, I assure you. Because as I see it—and bear with me here—both teams could benefit. Wild, right? Now Mari
       
D’Backs Taijuan On With Ketel One
       
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SEATTLE (AP) The Seattle Mariners finally landed the established shortstop they've long been trying to find. To do it, they had to part with a talented young pitcher who still has the potential to blossom. Seattle and Arizona pulled off a five-player trade Wednesday night, with the Mariners acquiring speedy infielder Jean Segura and the Diamondbacks getting right-hander Taijuan Walker as the centerpieces of the deal. Segura immediately projects as Seattle's leadoff hitter and starting shortstop, solidifying an infield that already includes Kyle Seager at third base and Robinson Cano at second. But getting Segura meant the Mariners had to give up on the inconsistent Walker, a power arm who has showed occasional flashes of brilliance. ''It's always hard. It's hard anytime you give up talent like Taijuan,'' Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said. ''Frankly, you have to give to get ... and Segura fit this club.'' Arizona also obtained shortstop Ketel Marte, while Seattle received outfielder Mitch Haniger and
       
Mariners, D-backs make 5-player trade involving Segura, Walker
       
It may be Thanksgiving Eve, but that didn’t stop the Arizona Diamondbacks and Seattle Mariners from making a blockbuster trade late on Wednesday night. The Mariners have sent starting pitcher Taijuan Walker and infielder Ketel Marte to the Diamondbacks for infielder Jean Segura, outfielder Mitch Haniger, and left-handed pitcher Zac Curtis. With all due respect to the other three players involved, the headliners of this deal are certainly Walker and Segura. Walker, 24, was a consensus top-20 prospect in baseball from 2012-2014. As the Los Angeles Times’ Bill Shaikin points out, the Mariners refused to give up the right-hander in many deals in the past, including for star left-hander David Price three years ago: Reminder about prospects: Three years ago, Mariners wouldn't trade Taijuan Walker to get David Price. Today, Walker gets Jean Segura. — Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) November 24, 2016 In 2016, Walker had a 4.22 ERA and 4.99 FIP in 134 1/3 innings pitched. He was worth 0.6 WAR (wins above re
       
Mariners and Diamondbacks pull off 5-player trade
       
SEATTLE (AP) The Seattle Mariners traded right-handed pitcher Taijuan Walker and shortstop Ketel Marte to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for shortstop Jean Segura and two prospects. The teams completed the surprising trade Wednesday night. Walker was considered one of the top young pitchers in the American League, but struggled with consistency. Yet he's shown flashes of having the potential to become an ace during his young career. Marte had many of the same problems with consistency but had also become a liability in the field. Walker, 24, was 8-11 with a 4.22 ERA and 119 strikeouts in 25 starts last season. Segura is an immediate upgrade at shortstop for Seattle. He hit .319 with 20 home runs and 63 RBIs last season for the Diamondbacks and will provide Seattle with a legitimate leadoff hitter. Arizona also sent outfielder Mitch Haniger and left-handed pitcher Zac Curtis to Seattle.
       
Mariners' O'Neill among Fall League's Top 25 prospects
       
Jim Callis identifies the top 25 prospects from the 2016 Arizona Fall League.
       
Mariners release righty reliever Wilhelmsen
       
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Is Seattle Mariner Edgar Martinez a Hall of Fame candidate?
       
The 2017 Baseball Writers Association of America’s Hall of Fame ballot features copious talent with a mix of position players, pitchers, ballot veterans, as well as 21 first-time ballot members.  One such ballot veteran is Hall of Fame hopeful Edgar Martínez, currently on his eighth HOF ballot. With players needing 75 percent of the BBWAA’s vote to be elected to the HOF, the question remains as to whether Edgar will be elected this year, or even at all. Martínez, currently working as the hitting coach for the Seattle Mariners and a career .312 hitter, posted what many consider to be HOF worthy numbers in his 18 seasons with the Mariners. Martínez is well-known as a designated hitter, with over 1,400 career games as the designated hitter, and the award for the top designated hitter named after him.  However, Martínez started his career as a third baseman, posting a .986 fielding percentage at third base in 564 games (532 starts) at third throughout his career. The seven-time All-Star Martínez looks
       
The Kyle Seager Appreciation Article
       
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Report: Mariners showing interest in Mike Napoli
       
Mike Napoli returning to the AL West might not actually be the craziest timeline. According to a report by Jon Morosi of FOX Sports on Tuesday, the Seattle Mariners are showing early interest in Napoli. Morosi also notes Napoli’s history with Mariners manager Scott Servais, who served as director of player development for the Texas Rangers during Napoli’s brief stint there. #Mariners showing early interest in Mike Napoli, sources say. He has a good history with Scott Servais going back to the #Rangers. @MLB — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) November 8, 2016 Napoli, 35, hit .239/.335/.465 with 34 home runs and 101 RBIs for the Cleveland Indians last season. The Mariners were 20th in the league with a .750 OPS out of the first base position in 2015 (per ESPN), so the veteran slugger could fill a need for them. Seattle still hasn’t made the playoffs since 2001, so perhaps a World Series champion and party animal like Napoli is exactly the type of player they need to bring in this offseason.

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