Mariners Weekly Rundown: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not
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Seager is Making us Believers Again
Kyle Seager found his stroke this week, and it was fun to watch. The All-Star third baseman went 13 for 30 (.433) with 2 home runs and 6 RBI across 7 games. Seags added 3 doubles and a pair of triples to his already impressive stat line.
The North Carolina alum is having a down year thus far, slashing .233/.305/.509 through 116 at bats. He has however done a nice job in the power department, homering 7 times and driving in 19 runs across 30 games.
The 28-year-old had an awful month of April, but hopefully his recent string of success is an indication that he has worked out the kinks in his swing.
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