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May 27, 2024 0 0 0 0 3
May 26, 2024 1 1 0 0 2
May 25, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
May 23, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
May 22, 2024 0 0 0 0

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Did anyone have Luke Raley stealing more bases in 2023 than Ozzie Albies, Jeremy Pena, or Adolis Garcia? Yea, that really happened. Not bad for a player who was out of options coming into camp and was nearly cut at the end of camp. Raley refused to let that happen, as he continued to hit becoming a more nimble version of Ji-Man Choi for the Rays as someone who could come in and generate offense against righties (133 wRC+, 17 homers) and play both first base and a corner outfield position. Raley is built like a tight end and is yet deceptively quick which is why the club permitted him to attempt 17 steals last season. He does have voluminous swing and miss in his game but is also quite capable of barreling up mistakes to all fields. His role in 2024 should be more of the same but the swing and miss in his game opens the door to more volatility in his outcomes than other players. Set expectations around 375-400 plate appearances, which takes him off mixed league draft plans.

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2024 72.51.7 16 4 12 3 3 .275
2023 2872.4 56 19 49 28 14 .249
2022 261.2 7 1 4 7 .197
3y Avg. 111.51.9 23 7 19 12 5 .236
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Hitting bench versus lefty

    Raley is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Nationals. The lefty-hitting Raley will exit the starting nine for the series finale while the Nationals bring southpaw Patrick Corbin to the hill. With fellow lefty-hitting outfielder Dominic Canzone also hitting the bench, the Mariners will go with Jonathan Clase and Mitch Haniger in the corner-outfield spots.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Gets break versus lefty

    Raley is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Nationals. The lefty hitter will get a break as southpaw MacKenzie Gore takes the mound for Washington. Jonatan Clase will start in place of Raley and bat ninth while Julio Rodriguez and Mitch Haniger round out Seattle's outfield.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Hits bench against lefty

    Raley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees. The Mariners have been able to make room for both Raley and Dominic Canzone in the corner outfield lately by giving Mitch Haniger more time at designated hitter at the expense of Mitch Garver, but both Raley and Canzone will hit the bench Wednesday with southpaw Nestor Cortes on the bump for the Yankees. Raley owns an 1.118 OPS since the beginning of May and should continue to see regular playing time versus right-handed pitching while he's wielding a hot bat.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Pops fourth homer Tuesday

    Raley went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in a win over the Yankees on Tuesday. The Mariners had their power stroke in solid form Tuesday, and Raley delivered one of four homers for Seattle on the night. The surging outfielder extended his hitting streak to eight games in the process, a stretch where he's left the yard on three occasions overall and has struck out at an atypically low 18.2 percent clip.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Three-hit effort in loss

    Raley went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a run in a loss to the Orioles on Sunday. Raley accomplished the rare feat of generating a three-hit tally against Orioles starter Corbin Burnes, who was otherwise mostly dominant while recording 11 strikeouts across six frames. Raley now has three multi-hit efforts during his current six-game hitting streak, a stretch in which he's posted a .458 average (11-for-24) with Sunday's pair of two-baggers, two home runs, five RBI and two steals across 24 plate appearances.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Records third steal Wednesday

    Raley went 2-for-4 with an RBI single and a stolen base in a win over the Royals on Wednesday. Raley delivered a timely single in the eighth inning that plated pinch runner Leonardo Rivas, extending the Mariners' lead back to two runs after Bobby Witt had brought the Royals within one in the top half of the frame. Raley's multi-hit effort was an extension of a torrid stretch at the plate for the offseason addition, one that's seen him generate a .435 average and 1.219 OPS over the last seven games.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Pops third homer

    Raley went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Astros on Tuesday. Raley continues to profile as one of the inconsistent Mariners' more reliable hitters after a slow start to his team tenure, with Tuesday's homer his second in as many games. Raley's season average and OPS are up to a solid .265 and .729, respectively, and he sports a .357/.419/.714 slash line over the 31 plate appearances encompassing his last nine games.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Enjoys big game Monday

    Raley went 3-for-4 with a home run, two total runs, three total RBI and a stolen base in Monday's 6-2 victory against Kansas City. Raley put Seattle on the scoreboard in the second inning with a 432-foot, two-run blast to to center field, and he added a run-scoring single in the third. The 29-year-old was batting just .218 through the end of April, but he's now at .266 with a strong start to May. Though nine games this month, he's gone 9-for-24 (.375) with two long balls, six RBI and seven runs.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Idle against lefty

    Raley is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Athletics. The lefty-hitting Raley will retreat to the bench for the series finale with southpaw Alex Wood on the hill for Oakland. Raley's platoon mate, Sam Haggerty, will draw the start in left field.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Multi-hit effort in loss

    Raley went 2-for-4 with an RBI single in a loss to the Twins on Thursday. Raley provided the only meaningful offense for the Mariners in the 11-1 loss, driving in Mitch Haniger with a second-inning knock. Raley has picked it up nicely at the plate since late April, forging a .375batting average and .923 OPS across 26 plate appearances in his last 10 games. However, his strikeout rate during that stretch is still a bloated 30.8 percent, an albatross on Raley's offensive profile that has been a constant presence throughout his time in the majors.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Sits down against southpaw

    Raley isn't in the Mariners' lineup Saturday against Houston. Framber Valdez will toe the slab for the Astros on Saturday, meaning the lefty-hitting Raley will step out of the lineup. Sam Haggerty will enter as Seattle's left fielder and bat ninth.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Hits bench against lefty

    Raley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against Atlanta. The lefty-hitting Raley had started in left field in four of the past five games, but he'll head to the bench for the series finale with southpaw Chris Sale on the bump for Atlanta. Switch-hitter Sam Haggerty will draw the start in left field Wednesday, but Raley should occupy the strong side of a platoon at the position until Dominic Canzone (shoulder) returns from the 10-day injured list.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Draws third straight start

    Raley will start in right field and bat sixth in Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Raley had started both of the last two games in left field, but he'll head over to right field in the series finale while Mitch Haniger gets the day off. Haniger appears to be entrenched as the Mariners' preferred right fielder, but the playing time in left field seems to be tilting in Raley's favor of late. Both Raley and Jonatan Clase are likely to eventually lose out on opportunities in the Seattle outfield once Dominic Canzone (shoulder) returns from the injured list.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Productive from bottom of order

    Raley went 2-for-3 with an RBI single and a stolen base in a win over the Diamondbacks on Saturday. Hitting eighth and playing left field, Raley drew his fourth start in five games Saturday night and delivered in the low-scoring victory, driving in the Mariners' first run of the game in the fifth inning with a timely knock. Raley also swiped his first base of the season, and he was able to get his average back over the Mendoza line (.204) with what was his second multi-hit effort in the last five games.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Back on bench Thursday

    Raley is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rangers. Raley had started each of the past three games, going 3-for-12 during that stretch to lift his season-long batting average to a porous .186. Though the Mariners have an opening in the outfield with Dominic Canzone (shoulder) on the injured list, Raley may play second fiddle to Jonatan Clase while he continues to languish at the plate.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Back to bench Wednesday

    Raley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Reds. The lefty-hitting Raley will head to the bench with southpaw Andrew Abbott on the hill for the Reds after going 2-for-10 with a triple and an RBI while starting in each of the past three games. Raley's opportunities to play against right-handed pitching look to be on the rise, but he's still not expected to be the primary replacement in left field for Dominic Canzone (shoulder), who was placed on the 10-day injured list earlier in the week. Instead, prospect Jonatan Clase is expected to get the first opportunity to fill in for Canzone.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Comes up empty in rare start

    Raley drew his first start since April 7 in Sunday's loss to the Cubs and went 0-for-3. The blanking at the plate means Raley is now 0-for-11 over the last four games in which he's logged a plate appearance, with his last hit, a double, having come on April 3. The rough start at the plate means the offseason addition projects to remain in a low-volume reserve role for now, with Sunday's opportunity coming about due to manager Scott Servais opting to give the equally struggling Julio Rodriguez a "rest day," per the Associated Press.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Stuck in backup role

    Raley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Guardians. After being acquired from the Rays in January, the lefty-hitting Raley looked to be a candidate to open the season in a strong-side platoon role, but a poor spring resulted in him falling behind Dominic Canzone and Mitch Haniger in the competition for regular starts versus righties out of the corner outfield. Though Canzone is on the bench Wednesday, Raley will be riding pine along with him while the Guardians bring southpaw Logan Allen to the hill.
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Comes to life in spring finale

    Raley went 2-for-3 with a three-run double and a triple in a Cactus League tie with the Cubs on Sunday. Raley's acquisition in the early-January Jose Caballero trade to the Rays was lauded at the time, given the 29-year-old's positional versatility and the fact he was coming off the best season of his career at the plate in 2023. However, an utterly forgettable start to Cactus League play that saw Raley go 1-for-23 over his first 10 exhibitions was the source of plenty of frustration. Nevertheless, Raley's bat came around over the latter portion of the Mariners' spring training slate, as he finished 6-for-17 with Sunday's two-bagger, triple and three RBI over his last six contests. Jesus Cano of MLB.com reports that Raley is expected to have a key reserve role this season and serve as a left-handed source of power, and he adds that manager Scott Servais never lost confidence in the offseason acquisition despite the early struggles. "He's really strong," Servais said. "You can see it even when he just misses them. He hits them high and he's going to be more consistent. I thought his at-bats were really good today."
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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Scuffling at plate in spring

    Raley is hitting .083 (1-for-12) with an RBI, a stolen base, three walks and five strikeouts across his first six Cactus League games. The January trade acquisition arrived in Seattle following an impressive 2023 in Tampa Bay, but he's had a difficult time replicating that success early in spring training. Raley's early struggles aside, he's expected to operate as the starting right fielder while also serving as the primary backup to Julio Rodriguez in center field, per Daniel Kramer of MLB.com's projected Opening Day roster.
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