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How will Mariners franchise great Kyle Seager be remembered?


After 11 seasons, all with the Seattle Mariners, third baseman and former North Carolina standout is walking away from professional baseball. The one-time All-Star and Gold Glover announced through his wife Julie’s Twitter account that he was retiring at the age of 34 after a year in which he set career-highs in home runs (35) and RBIs (101). (MyNorthwest.com)

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How will Mariners franchise great Kyle Seager be remembered?


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