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Kyle Seager fits just fine at third base for Mariners

The other day, Mariners manager Eric Wedge was asked about rookie Kyle Seager, and whether he was concerned about how Seager fit the classic profile of a third baseman. The prevailing notion has been that third base needs to be a power position, with the optimal prototype being Mike Schmidt or Eddie Mathews, both of whom are in the Hall of Fame with more than 500 home runs. (Seattle Times)

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