As a whole, here is how the Mariners did in fWAR in 2023

With the season over, we take a look to see how the Mariners team did as a whole, and where their fWAR stacks up compared to the rest of the league
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Went through and checked out the players, and it gives you a decent idea of what things look like from an individual standpoint. It also helps to see any weird blips that hurt a number. The Mariners saw this at second base in 2023. It's a bit of a spoiler, but they ranked 17th of 30. You take the -1.1 fWAR from Kolton Wong out of there, and it goes up to 13th. That's just making it a 0.0 too. You get 0.5 from that stretch, and you're a top-ten position.

What's the point of this, you may ask? Well, At the end, I'll put together a little total of the Mariners, and you will see their fWAR as a whole. Then, we will compare that to where the rest of the league finished as well, and see if there are any funny tidbits or answers we can draw from where they finished.

We will get into the weeds a bit more as we go along, and I'll throw up some comparison type numbers as well so we can try and figure out if the Mariners improved at each spot from last year's numbers. Here is how the 2023 Mariners ranked for fWAR by position. Reminder, 30 teams, so everything is based on that.