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Mariners infielder Kyle Seager awaits his chance


Kyle Seager is in for an interesting spring. The news yesterday that Chone Figgins will be the team's primary third baseman means Seager will be squeezed for playing time. That time will either come at the major league level on days Figgins isn't manning the bag at third. Or, much more likely, it will come at Class AAA, where he can continue to develop on a daily basis. (Seattle Times)


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