The Mariners are preparing to improve on a third place finish in the AL West last season.
SEATTLE — The Seattle Mariners finished last season’s pandemic shortened schedule at 27-33, nine games behind the AL West champion Oakland Athletics.
In 2021, they will look to contend in a new look division with a mix of familiar faces and rising stars.
Over the course of the 2020 offseason the Mariners lost a few veterans in Dee Strange-Gordon, Yoshihisa Hirano, Carl Edwards Jr. and Mallex Smith, but they made some moves to improve areas of need on the roster.
The Mariners bullpen finished the
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