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Oct 4, 2022 3 1 1 1 7
Oct 3, 2022 0 0 0 0 -1.5
Sep 30, 2022 1 1 1 1 6
Sep 29, 2022 1 0 0 1 2.5
Sep 27, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 2712.3 46 27 63 38 1 .211
2021 440.9 6 2 13 7 .180
3y Avg. 1041.9 17 10 25 15 0 .200
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Dealing with hand injury

    Raleigh has been playing through a broken thumb and torn ligament in his left hand, Adam Jude of the Seattle Times reports. After the Mariners were eliminated from the postseason, Raleigh disclosed that he played through the injuries for over a month. Though there's been no official word, he will likely need surgery this offseason to repair the issues.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Resting for regular-season finale

    Raleigh is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Tigers. Raleigh will take a seat after he went 3-for-5 with a solo home run while serving as the Mariners' designated hitter in a 9-6 win in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader. Curt Casali will get a turn behind the dish Wednesday, while Carlos Santana reprises his usual duties at DH.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Collects three hits, homer

    Raleigh went 3-for-5 with a solo home run in a 9-6 win in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader. Raleigh started at DH in the nightcap and delivered his second three-hit game of the season, singling in the third and sixth and cracking a solo shot in the fifth. The long ball was the backstop's 27th of the campaign, as four of his last eight hits have left the yard. Raleigh's .278 isolated power would rank fourth in MLB if he had enough plate appearances to qualify.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting for matinee

    Raleigh is not in the lineup for Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Tigers. Curt Casali will start behind the dish and hit ninth. Look for Raleigh to get into the lineup for the nightcap.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Day off Saturday

    Raleigh isn't in the lineup Saturday against Oakland. Raleigh ended the Mariners' 21-year playoff drought with a walkoff home run in the ninth inning Friday, and he'll retreat to the bench for a second consecutive game. Luis Torrens is starting behind the dish and batting cleanup Saturday.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Walkoff blast ends playoff drought

    Raleigh hit a solo home run in his only at-bat in Friday's 2-1 win over the Athletics. Raleigh put an official end to the Mariners' 21-year playoff drought with his walkoff blast in the ninth inning. The catcher entered the game as a pinch hitter for Luis Torrens. Raleigh has three homers in his last six games, and he's gone deep 26 times this season. The 25-year-old has added a .208/.283/.485 slash line with 62 RBI, 45 runs scored, a stolen base, 20 doubles and a triple through 117 contests.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting Friday

    Raleigh will be on the bench Friday against Oakland. Raleigh will hit the bench for the second time in three games, immediately following a stretch in which he started five out of six contests. Luis Torrens will catch for Logan Gilbert on Friday.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Out of Wednesday's lineup

    Raleigh is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game versus Texas. Raleigh returned to the lineup Tuesday and went 0-for-4 with a strikeout after he exited Sunday's contest with the lingering thumb injury. The 25-year-old will return to the bench Wednesday while Curt Casali receives a start behind the plate.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Returns to lineup Tuesday

    Raleigh (thumb) is starting behind the plate and batting fifth Tuesday against the Rangers. The 25-year-old exited Sunday's game due to his lingering thumb injury, but he's back in the lineup after Seattle had a scheduled day off Monday. Raleigh is 4-for-13 with two doubles, two home runs and six RBI over his past four contests, and it appears he'll continue to play through the injury down the stretch.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Departs with thumb issue

    Raleigh was removed from Sunday's loss to the Royals after aggravating his thumb injury while catching, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Raleigh recently missed four games due to his thumb injury, and the thumb was hit while catching in the bottom of the sixth inning. Manager Scott Servais said that the catcher was OK during strength tests on the field and wanted to stay in, but the team ultimately replaced him in the top of the seventh inning. He should tentatively be considered day-to-day ahead of Tuesday's series opener against the Rangers.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Doesn't start but plays hero

    Raleigh went 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and three total RBI in Saturday's 6-5 win against Kansas City. Curt Casali got the start behind the plate for Seattle, but Raleigh came in to pinch hit for his fellow backstop in the sixth inning. The substitution paid immediate dividends, as Raleigh blasted a 444-foot two-run homer to right field to tie the score 5-5. He came through in the clutch again in the ninth inning, knocking a run-scoring double to plate the winning run. Raleigh leads all major-league catchers with 25 homers on the season and ranks sixth at the position with 59 RBI.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting Saturday

    Raleigh will be on the bench Saturday against the Royals. Raleigh is a switch hitter, but he's been on the bench against the last four lefties the Mariners have faced, including Saturday's starter Kris Bubic. Curt Casali will get the nod behind the plate.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Blasts 24th homer

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and two strikeouts in a 5-1 loss to the Royals on Friday. Raleigh's performance at the plate was a microcosm of his entire season: plenty of strikeouts combined with above-average power. The 25-year-old catcher has the second-most home runs hit from the position this year behind only Daulton Varsho. However, he also came into Friday night's game with an awful strikeout rate of 28.8%.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Plays full game behind dish in loss

    Raleigh (thumb) started and played a full game at catcher in a loss to the Athletics on Wednesday, going 0-for-2 with a walk. The backstop had missed four of the previous five games with his thumb injury, so his ability to put in a full game Wednesday was an encouraging development. Raleigh has now reached safely in three of his past four appearances, but overall this year it's his power (42 extra-base hits, including 23 home runs) has led to a .465 slugging percentage that's helped offset a forgettable .203 average and .278 OBP.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting again Tuesday

    Raleigh (thumb) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Athletics. The 25-year-old will sit for the fourth time in the past five games as he continues to manage soreness after he jammed his left thumb last week. Raleigh should be considered day-to-day as Curt Casali receives another start behind the plate Tuesday.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Bothered by thumb, day-to-day

    Mariners manager Scott Servais confirmed that Raleigh's absence from the lineup for Monday's series finale with the Angels is related to persistent soreness in the catcher's jammed left thumb, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports. Raleigh missed two games due to the issue before returning to action for Saturday's 2-1 win, and though he played the full contest, he'll be back on the bench Monday for the second straight game. Though Servais didn't officially rule Raleigh out for Tuesday's series opener in Oakland, Brock speculates that the young backstop won't be available. Curt Casali is replacing Raleigh behind the plate in Monday's contest.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting again due to thumb

    Raleigh is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Angels. Though the Mariners haven't indicated as much, Raleigh is believed to still be nursing the jammed left thumb that kept him out of the lineup for Friday's 8-7 win over the Angels, according to Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM. Raleigh returned to action Saturday, but he'll now be on the bench Monday for a second consecutive game. Curt Casali gets another turn behind the dish while Raleigh sits out.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: On base twice in return

    Raleigh (thumb) went 1-for-3 with a walk in a loss to the Angels on Saturday. Raleigh needed just one game off to recover from his jammed left thumb, reentering the lineup Saturday with a productive effort. The 25-year-old is putting together a serviceable September, posting a middling .243 average but complementing it with a .912 OPS thanks in large part to five extra-base hits (one double, four home runs) across 41 plate appearances.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Returns to lineup

    Raleigh (thumb) is starting Saturday against the Angels. Raleigh sat out Friday's series opener due to a jammed left thumb, but he'll start at catcher and bat fifth a day later. Over his last five games, he's gone 2-for-18 with a run, a walk and seven strikeouts.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Nursing thumb issue

    Raleigh is out of the lineup Friday against the Angels due to a jammed left thumb, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. The 25-year-old suffered the injury on a slide into a base, and he'll receive a day off after starting five straight games behind the plate. Raleigh could be available off the bench and should be considered day-to-day.
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