The Seattle Mariners Should Not Issue Kyle Seager’s No. 15 Again

With retiring, the No. 15 should no longer be issued by the Mariners. No, his numbers don’t jump off the page. A .251/.321/.442 slash line with 242 home runs aren’t superstar stats. He made one All-Star game and won one Gold Glove. But part of Seager’s value to the city of Seattle was his longevity, his leadership, and his bright star in dark days. (Sodo Mojo)

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The Seattle Mariners Should Not Issue Kyle Seager’s No. 15 Again

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