Ignore batting average — Mariners’ Kyle Seager is having ‘his best year’


is on pace to have a career-low batting average this season, but don’t take that to mean the veteran Mariners third baseman isn’t pulling his weight. If anything, he’s doing more than he ever has as Seattle makes a push for the postseason. He sits at 29 homers, just one off his career-high in 2016, and 82 RBIs, 17 short of his career-best. (MyNorthwest.com)

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Ignore batting average — Mariners’ Kyle Seager is having ‘his best year’


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