Is this the start of Kyle Seager’s midseason turnaround? Mariners better hope so

What had been underplayed was the disintegration of Kyle Seager’s bat, a dormant weapon that finally erupted Sunday. And if the Mariners are going to end this playoff drought, it’s that Kyle Seager that we’re gonna have to see. Entering Sunday’s game against the Blue Jays, Seager was sporting career lows in batting average (.228), on-base percentage (.278) and OPS (.683). (Seattle Times)

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