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Iron Man Kyle Seager gets a night off


There was something different about the Seattle Mariners’ lineup Friday night. Someone was missing. Kyle Seager’s name was not written in at third base for the first time in 106 games. It snapped the longest consecutive-games-started streak by a Mariners player. “I only had like 2,100 left to catch Cal Ripken,” Seager joked. (Bellingham Herald)


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