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May 14, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison (20) hits an RBI against the Boston Red Sox during the sixth inning at Safeco Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Stock’s Falling – Logan Morrison

It pains me to write this, it really does, because I thought LoMo was finally coming around. But just when it looked like things were finally going to trend upward for him, they’ve come right back down.

Since last Sunday he is hitting .217 (below his season average of .232) and only had one extra base hit (A homerun against the Padres). He has two RBIs, and has struck out three times. It’s frustrating watching him go up and down, because the Mariners desperately need him to produce. When he is producing, the lineup is much tougher, and the Mariners flat out win. When he is down, so are the Mariners, and I don’t believe that to be just a coincidence. Hopefully he can pick it up again, because I believe if he can get it going consistently, so can the Mariners.

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