Likely in his last season with the Mariners, Kyle Seager wants to hit the ground running


It’s difficult to see the Seattle Mariners trading third baseman this offseason given his contract, though they’ll not shy away from the possibility. He’s owed $18 million in 2021. And if he’s traded, that clause in his contracts kicks in and the club option becomes a player option, where he’s guaranteed at least $15 million for the 2022 season. (Seattle Times)

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