Endy Chavez

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    • The Mariners announced Tuesday outfielder Endy Chavez opted out of his minor-league deal and was released, per MLB.com. Outfielder Franklin Gutierrez and pitcher Joe Saunders were also released, but then signed to Triple-A contracts.

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    • The Mariners have optioned pitcher Roenis Elias to Triple-A Tacoma, the team announced Sunday. An earlier report Sunday said that the team was considering going with a six-man rotation, and it's possible that could still come to pass, with Elias making frequent trips to and from the active roster. For now, it appears Taijuan Walker will serve as the team's fifth starter. The Mariners also reassigned the following eight players to minor-league camp Sunday: catcher John Baker, outfielder Endy Chavez, infielders Shawn O'Malley and Carlos Rivero and pitchers Mark Lowe, Jordan Pries, Kevin Correia and Joe Saunders .

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    • Mariners sign Endy Chavez to minor-league deal
      By Chris Cwik

      The Mariners have signed outfielder Endy Chavez to a minor-league deal, according to the Tacoma News Tribune. The 36-year-old has been linked to the club recently, and finally decided to return. He spent the first month of last season in the minors, but joined Seattle in late May. Chavez hit .276/.317/.371 over 232 at-bats. The deal includes an invite to spring training.

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    • Endy Chavez returning to the Mariners is an option
      By Michael Hurcomb

      The Mariners re-signing outfielder Endy Chavez is an option, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Chavez has spent the last two seasons with the Mariners, batting .271 with a .303 on-base percentage in 177 games. Chavez will turn 37 years old on Feb. 7.

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    • Endy Chavez goes deep in Thursday victory
      By Marty Gitlin

      Mariners occasional starter Endy Chavez took advantage of his opportunity Thursday night against the White Sox. He clobbered a two-run homer in the fourth and added an RBI single in the seventh. In the process, he recorded his first RBI since July 20 and sweetened his stat line to .263/.293/.357. The blast was his first in six weeks.

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