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Daniel Vogelbach believes he’s ‘in the right place’ with Mariners

Daniel Vogelbach believes he’s ‘in the right place’ with Mariners

Daniel Vogelbach has put in plenty of work and impressed the Mariners, who are enamored enough with Vogelbach’s skill set to give him first crack at being the left-handed hitting portion of the first-base platoon with Danny Valencia this season.
Lookout Landing Feb 17, 2017
Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/17/17: Bench Players, Greg Maddux, and Bill Self

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/17/17: Bench Players, Greg Maddux, and Bill Self

It’s Friday everyone! Good morning everyone and happy Friday! Some news has been trickling out of Mariners camp lately. In this piece, Bob Dutton suggests that the team might consider taking two of Shawn O’Malley, Taylor Motter, and Mike Freeman for Opening Day rather than one of Ben Gamel and Guillermo Heredia. The idea for the M’s is that by taking two utility infielders, they can be more flexible with the roster and have built-in backup plans for Dan Vogelbach and Jean Segura. The only problem is that the M’s bench outfielders then become Danny Valencia and O’Malley/Motter....
Lookout Landing Feb 13, 2017
Dependable Danny or Volatile Valencia?

Dependable Danny or Volatile Valencia?

Who are the Mariners getting in Danny Valencia? Trading for Danny Valencia was a great, low-price move that firmed up first base for the Mariners. The 32-year old is a veteran presence who boasts a career 139 wRC+ against lefties, making him the perfect platoon partner for Dan Vogelbach, right? Not so fast, says Jeff Sullivan, who dropped this bit of knowledge the other day: But I’m here to say “worry not, ‘Ners Nation;” evidence supports that Valencia’s inconsistency has more to do with how he’s been used than how he’s performed. To wit: First,...
The Mariners hope to find production in the platoon of Daniel Vogelbach and Danny Valencia at first base

The Mariners hope to find production in the platoon of Daniel Vogelbach and Danny Valencia at first base

The Mariners will employ another platoon at first base this season. Will it yield better results than the platoon in 2016?
MLB Trade Rumors Jan 29, 2017

Dipoto: Mariners “Plainly” In “Win-Now Mode”

The Mariners have been among MLB’s busiest teams this offseason, acquiring players like Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger, Drew Smyly, Jarrod Dyson, Yovani Gallardo, Danny Valencia, Carlos Ruiz and Shae Simmons in a long list of transactions. GM Jerry Dipoto stresses, perhaps unsurprisingly but in strongly worded language, that those moves have been made with a…

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