Mariners: Top 5 Mariners Outside of the Americas
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4. Kenji Johjima
Kenji Johjima played with Seattle from 2006 through 2009. Outside of Dan Wilson, Kenji is the second most successful catcher in Mariners history, behind Mariners HOFer, Dan Wilson. Kenji was a shining light in some dark years for Seattle. His career batting average of .268 is the highest of any Mariners catcher in the history of the franchise. Kenji was signed to replace Wilson in 2005 and in his rookie season slashed a line of .291/.332/.783 which is arguably the best offensive all round season by a Mariners catcher. One of his many career highlights was hitting home runs in his first two career games.