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Kyle Seager

Kyle Seager

#153B,
AVG
.212
HR
35
RBI
101
R
73
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/216 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Charlotte, North Carolina
College: North Carolina
Draft: 2009 3rd round by the
  • 710 ESPN Seattle

    Kyle Glaser: Mariners' Julio Rodriguez can be one of the faces of MLB

    A lot of times we see guys who are as big and strong as he is with the power he has hit ball a long way, but there’s a lot of strikeouts involved,” Glaser said. We see a lot of guys in the major leagues hit 30 home runs, but they’re hitting . or .

  • Lookout Landing

    Mariners open 2020-21 international amateur signing period with three seven-figure deals

    Below are scouting reports on the players that have been reported by Baseball America and/or MLB Pipeline as of this moment. Seattle has a pool of $5,179,700 to spend, and all clubs are able to sign as many players to <$10k bonuses as they please without counting against their pool. While in past years clubs have been able to trade international pool money, that has been banned for the past two seasons.

  • The Seattle Times

    Mariners mailbag: Answering questions on spring training, lockout timelines and uniform changes

    The thinking has always been that if MLB and MLBPA can get something finalized sometime around Feb. 6-8 at the latest, it would allow for most players, even the players that are currently unsigned, to get to spring training somewhat near those report dates. And if they don’t get a deal done by March 1, it’s difficult to see the regular season starting as planned. Besides the tenuous labor situation, there is also a pandemic that MLB will still have to deal with when an agreement is reached.