Segura is the centerpiece of the deal for Seattle, but Haniger makes for a nice secondary addition. Haniger underwhelmed somewhat in his first exposure to big-league pitching, but he hit for a .341/.428/.670 line with Triple-A Reno -- impressive even with the favorable hitting conditions in the PCL -- and can play all three outfield positions. There are some contact concerns but Haniger can take a walk, and if things break right, he could work his way into a starting job during the first half of 2017.
Mariners' Mitch Haniger: Shipped to Seattle in five-player trade
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