Roll with Luis Urias...Hopefully not
This one could very well happen, and if this does, all Mariners fans should be calling for Dipotos job or for Stanton to sell the team. Unless you add 2 or 3 borderline MVP level bats elsewhere, you cannot get away with having confidence that Urias can be your everyday third baseman. He fits the mold of the "CTZ" but he struggled mightily in 2023 with a .194 average. He has impressive walk rates and there are signs showing that 2023 was an outlier, but you cannot bank on that.
I truly think Urias will get back to his 2021 and 2022 ways. I would not be surprised of he slashed .240/.340/.400 with 12-15 home runs and played all over the infielder, but again, don't bank on that. If he does, then great, you have a utility infielder that is an above average bat, but if he doesn't and you are hoping he is your everyday third baseman, then you are in a world of hurt.