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Austin Jackson and second-half swoons – this isn't a new thing

It's nice when you look at your baseball team and its weaknesses say more about how good it is than how bad it's going to be. The past couple days have served as a bit of an example, where we've written a couple articles on how offense from the backup catcher might be a bit of a concern. In a similar fashion—in that same "so these are our problems now" pile—is the question of whether or not the Mariners' one-time five-win center fielder can return to his past form. And that isn't to downplay the situation with Austin Jackson. The floor with him is obviously very real, and we know...

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