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Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/18/21: Joakim Soria, Anibal Sanchez, and Shelby Miller

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports A fresh batch of links to start your week off right! In Mariners news... A very exciting day as the 2021 schedule has been completed and announced! The Mariners will open the season against the Giants and close out with 5-game home stand against Kansas City and Houston. Braden Bishop has secured a spot on MLB Pipeline’s new All-Defense second team. It might not be exactly what we want to hear, but Brent Stecker at 710 ESPN Seattle explores why the Mariners’ unusually quiet offseason could be beneficial to the team. Joakim Soria...

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