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Steve Clevenger Rumors & News
- Bats: L
- Throws: R
- Height: 5' 10"
- Weight: 210
- Age 30
- Seasons: 5
- Salary: 516,500
- Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland
- College: Chipola (FL) JC
Lookout Landing Jul 12, 2016
THIS TIME IT MATTERS Well folks, we finally made it to the most important day of the season: the day we find out if the Cubs will play more games on the road or at home this October! This year we've got a smattering of baseball's brightest and best, like Bartolo Colon, Michael Saunders, that one guy from the Rockies, and don't you dare forget, the empty ice cube tray that now holds one injured Steve Clevenger! Robinson Cano is the only Mariner represented in tonight's action, and if things go as they usually do he should be seeing some playing time sometime between the fourth and seventh...
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times Jul 1, 2016
Everyone knew that Mike Zunino’s eventual return to the big leagues from his development session with Tacoma would be dictated by two things — readiness and need. In the end, need won out, and his readiness will be determined. With backup catcher Steve Clevenger suffering a fractured hand Wednesday, the Mariners recalled Zunino from Class […]
Lookout Landing Jun 30, 2016
The Mariners have replaced Steve Clevenger with one of the most talented catchers they've ever had. He was also one of the worst players I have ever seen last year. In a perfect world perhaps Mike Zunino would have made his big league debut this year on Opening Day. He would have been given the time to develop his offense, and his prodigious power would have been complimented with hard won lessons in plate coverage and pitch recognition over thousands of minor league at bats. He would be a hyped prospect, a former number three overall draft pick, and the future of the catcher position in...
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times Jun 29, 2016
Mariners catcher Steve Clevenger left Wednesday night's game against the Pirates with a fracture in his right hand. Clevenger suffered the injury after the hand was struck by a foul tip.
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