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J. Dyson
G. Heredia
B. Gamel
S. O'Malley
M. Haniger
M. Freeman
L. Martin
J. Dyson
B. Gamel
S. O'Malley
M. Haniger
M. Haniger
B. Gamel
D. Valencia
N. Cruz
J. Dyson
S. O'Malley
K. Seager
D. Valencia
S. O'Malley
J. Segura
S. O'Malley
T. Motter
Rotation
1. F. Hernandez
2. H. Iwakuma
3. J. Paxton
4. D. Smyly
5. Y. Gallardo
6. A. Miranda
7. C. Heston
8. R. Whalen
R. Cano
J. Segura
S. O'Malley
M. Freeman
T. Motter
D. Vogelbach
D. Valencia
DH
N. Cruz
D. Vogelbach
R. Cano
D. Valencia
DL
None
M. Zunino
C. Ruiz
T. Gosewisch
  Bullpen
E. Diaz (CL)
N. Vincent
S. Cishek
E. Scribner
D. Altavilla
M. Rzepczynski
S. Simmons
C. Fien
T. Zych
Z. Curtis
Last Updated: 02/21/2017
 
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Last Five Games
10/2 vs. OAK
G. HerediaCF
S. O'MalleySS
R. CanoDH
F. GutierrezRF
K. Seager3B
D. Lee1B
B. GamelLF
C. IannettaC
M. Freeman2B
 
10/1 vs. OAK
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
L. MartinCF
M. ZuninoC
K. MarteSS
 
9/30 vs. OAK
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
L. MartinCF
M. ZuninoC
K. MarteSS
 
9/29 vs. OAK
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
L. MartinCF
M. ZuninoC
K. MarteSS
 
9/28 vs. HOU
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
L. MartinCF
M. ZuninoC
K. MarteSS

Most Frequent Lineup
 AvgHRRBI
N. AokiLF.283428
S. SmithRF.2491663
R. Cano2B.29839103
N. CruzDH.28743105
K. Seager3B.2783099
A. Lind1B.2392058
L. MartinCF.2471547
M. ZuninoC.2071231
K. MarteSS.259133
 
Notes
  • 109 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 9 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
4 Game(s)
N. AokiLF
K. MarteSS
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
F. GutierrezRF
K. Seager3B
C. IannettaC
D. Lee1B
L. MartinCF
4 Game(s)
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
C. IannettaC
K. MarteSS
L. MartinCF
4 Game(s)
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
L. MartinCF
M. ZuninoC
S. O'MalleySS
4 Game(s)
N. AokiLF
S. SmithRF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzDH
K. Seager3B
A. Lind1B
M. ZuninoC
L. MartinCF
K. MarteSS
4 Game(s)
L. MartinCF
S. SmithLF
R. Cano2B
N. CruzRF
K. Seager3B
D. Lee1B
A. LindDH
C. IannettaC
K. MarteSS

 
 
 

Leonys Martin, #12
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
143.24772154724
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 143
News
Martin will be late to camp as he deals with some personal issues, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

It's probably nothing to worry about from a fantasy standpoint. Martin is coming off a productive first season with the Mariners, in which he hit a career-high 15 home runs and slashed .247/.306/.378 over 143 games. He'll presumably enter camp as the Mariners' everyday centerfielder.

Guillermo Heredia, #5
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
45.250121121
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 43
Robinson Cano, #22
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
161.298107391030
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 157, DH - 5
Tuffy Gosewisch, #8
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
33.1568370
 
Nick Vincent, #50
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
4460.13.73365
 
Jarrod Dyson, #1
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
107.2784612530
 
Rob Whalen, #63
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
1224.26.571225
 
Injuries
Shoulder - Probable for start of season (Updated - 11/9/16)
Jean Segura, #2
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
153.319102206433
 
Dan Vogelbach, #20
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
8.0830000
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 4, DH - 1
Ben Gamel, #16
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
33.1889150
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 31
Drew Smyly, #33
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
712175.14.8849167
 
Zac Curtis, #62
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0113.16.75010
 
Carlos Ruiz, #51
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
62.264213153
 
Chris Heston, #53
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
115.010.8063
 
Injuries
Oblique - Probable for start of season (Updated - 2/14/17)
Kyle Seager, #15
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
158.2788930993
 
Position Breakdown
3B - 156, DH - 2
Shawn O'Malley, #36
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
89.229242176
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 12, SS - 36, 3B - 7, OF - 34, DH - 1
Nelson Cruz, #23
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
155.28796431052
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 48, DH - 107
News
Cruz, who will try to help the Mariners break their 15-year postseason drought in 2017, is highly optimistic about the coming season, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "I think we're more ready," the 36-year-old designated hitter said. "If you go from Kyle [Seager] to all the young guys that were here, guys that haven't been in the playoffs, the last week and a half last year was very exciting. Every at-bat was important, every pitch was important. But we came up short. So we need to make sure this year we're on top and clinch early."

The veteran slugger has a full schedule, considering he'll also be helping Team Dominican Republic defend its World Baseball Classic title alongside Mariners teammate Robinson Cano next month. Cruz's main focus is on his major league squad, however, as he attempts to help Seattle break its dubious streak of missing the postseason. Following an impressive 2016 campaign that saw him post a .287/.360/.555 line with 43 homers and 105 RBI, Cruz didn't rest on his laurels in the offseason, toiling away at the gym and checking in to spring training five pounds lighter than at the end of last season. With Seattle just missing an AL wild-card berth in 2016, Cruz is hopeful that the experience of competing late in the season, along with the flurry of offseason moves by general manager Jerry DiPoto, will be enough to propel the Mariners to the next level. "Now hopefully we can stay healthy. We should be in good shape. We should be at the top of the division."

Taylor Motter, #38
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
1.18811290
 
Evan Scribner, #58
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0014.00.00015
 
Yovani Gallardo, #49
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
68118.05.426185
 
News
Gallardo, who battled shoulder problems last season and failed to make 30 starts for the first time since 2008, is fully healthy and excited about his new team heading into spring training, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

The veteran workhorse got matters started off on the wrong foot last season and never fully recovered. After a solid 13-11 season in Texas in 2015, Gallardo was nevertheless in limbo last offseason due to the fact that he his free-agent status came saddled with a qualifying offer, meaning the club that signed him would be surrendering a first-round pick. By the time the Orioles finally came calling, spring training was already a week old, leaving Gallardo behind the rest of the pitchers in terms of preparation. Concerns about his shoulder that arose during his physical also caused Baltimore to reduce its original offer and forebode future health issues. The 30-year-old righty eventually had to go on the disabled list with biceps tendinitis after experiencing shoulder tightness before the fourth start of the season, and finished with a 6-8 record and career-high 5.42 ERA over 23 starts. Gallardo's control, never stellar, deteriorated to a new low, as his 4.65 BB/9 was the worst of his career, while his 67.8 percent strand rate and 1.22 HR/9 also represented his poorest figures in those categories. Determined to put last season's failures behind him in his new setting, Gallardo altered his offseason routine to focus more on strengthening his shoulder and reported feeling "really good" after throwing his initial bullpen session last Thursday, a performance in which drew the praise of general manager Jerry DiPoto for the way Gallardo was hitting his spots.

Tony Zych, #55
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1013.23.29021
 
Injuries
Biceps - Expected to be out until at least Apr 15 (Updated - 1/27/17)
Mike Zunino, #3
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
55.2071612310
 
Position Breakdown
C - 52, DH - 2
James Paxton, #65
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
67121.03.7924117
 
Shae Simmons, #65
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
006.21.3503
 
News
Simmons, who arrived in Seattle in a Jan. 11 trade with the Braves, feels fully healthy following 2015 Tommy John surgery and is looking to be a prominent part of the Mariners bullpen, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "You could say it's a new beginning, I guess, especially since I was out of the game for a year and a half or so," he said. "Now it's going to be nice to be around a new crew and learn more and develop my game mentally and physically. It'll be nice to just finally play a full season."

The 26-year-old feels that his arm is "stronger than ever" now almost two years removed from the procedure, and was impressive in his initial bullpen session of spring training Thursday. Simmons saw live game action in almost two years last September with the Braves, generating an impressive 1.35 ERA and 0.90 WHIP over a small sample of 6.2 innings and just as important, demonstrating the ability to once again fire a mid-90s fastball. The hard-throwing righty was once a closer candidate in Atlanta following a 2014 rookie campaign in which he compiled nine holds and a 2.91 ERA along with 23 whiffs in just under 22.0 innings. However, with Edwin Diaz in possession of that role in Seattle, Simmons will look to slot in alongside the likes of former closer Steve Chisek, Nick Vincent, Evan Scribner and Dan Altavilla as right-handed relief options for manager Scott Servais.

Felix Hernandez, #34
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
118153.13.8265122
 
News
Hernandez impressed in his second throwing session of spring training Sunday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

The Mariners' ace got in a 10-minute session despite dealing with some rainy weather, and as he had Thursday, looked impressive while also drawing raves for his transformed physique, which includes several pounds of new muscle after a rigorous offseason training regimen. Hernandez is working on an accelerated throwing schedule overall this spring in anticipation of his participation in the World Baseball Classic with Team Venezuela.

Steve Cishek, #31
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
4664.02.812576
 
Injuries
Hip - Expected to be out until at least Apr 15 (Updated - 12/6/16)
News
Cishek (hip) will play catch for the first time out to 60 feet on Tuesday, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

This will be the first time the righty will throw since arriving to camp, but he'll ease himself into things for the time being, as he is still weeks away from actually tossing off a mound. Cishek's hip procedure ended up being more serious than initially expected, so he'll continue to progress slowly with his status remaining doubtful for Opening Day. When he returns, he'll likely challenge Nick Vincent for the top setup man role to closer Edwin Diaz.

Edwin Diaz, #39
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0451.22.791888
 
Casey Fien, #50
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1139.15.49035
 
Dan Altavilla, #53
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0012.10.73010
 
News
Altavilla, who was outstanding as a late-season call-up in 2016, was impressive in his first throwing session of spring training Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

The 24-year-old right-hander made a seamless leap from Double-A Jackson to the big leagues last season, posting an 0.73 ERA and 0.93 WHIP over 12.1 innings. That followed Altavilla's best minor league campaign to date, during which he went 7-3 with a 1.91 ERA and .196 average against over 56.2 frames. Altavilla's fastball has topped out at 100 mph, so he could certainly serve as a formidable late-inning option behind closer Edwin Diaz in 2017.

Hisashi Iwakuma, #18
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
1612199.04.1246147
 
Mitch Haniger, #19
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
34.22995170
 
Mike Freeman, #6
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
21.2271010
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 5, SS - 2, OF - 2, DH - 2
Ariel Miranda, #37
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
5258.03.881844
 
News
Miranda will operate as a starting pitcher during spring training, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

With the offseason additions of Drew Smyly and Yovani Gallardo, Miranda became the odd man out in the Mariners' starting rotation. The fact that he'll operate as a starter during spring training suggests that the 27-year-old will be utilized as the team's primary replacement starter heading into the 2017 season.

Marc Rzepczynski, #23
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1047.22.64046
 
News
Rzepczynski, who signed a two-year, $11 million contract with the Mariners on Dec. 1, will be looked at as the lefty specialist the team's bullpen lacked last season, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "That's [going to] help quite a bit," Mariners manager Scott Servais said. "With some of the moves in our division, there are more left-handed bats. We were able to kind of maneuver through it last year. We were able to get through it without having a lockdown specialist. But going into the offseason, it was something Jerry (DiPoto, general manager) wanted to address, and we got a pretty good one, there's no doubt."

The 31-year-old southpaw has yielded a .222/.291/.298 line to left-handed hitters over his eight-year career, so his track record certainly provides reason for optimism. Rzepczynski also brings a wealth of big-game experience, having won a World Series in St. Louis and pitching in 21 postseason contests overall. However, his ability to get left-handed hitters out consistently and keep the ball in the park are his most appealing traits to the Mariners, which figure to now have more flexibility with the matchups they can set up out of the bullpen. Notably, Rzepczynski gave up just one homer over the 215 batters he faced in 2016, with that round-tripper ironically having come off the bat of new teammate Kyle Seager.

Danny Valencia, #26
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
130.2877217511