Mariner youth movement might not be i...

Mariner youth movement might not be immediately visible

There are 1 comment on the Seattle Times story from Mar 19, 2011, titled Mariner youth movement might not be immediately visible. In it, Seattle Times reports that:

But it's sure starting to look like the team they will trot out at the beginning of the season won't be very youthful.

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Shelton, WA

#1 Mar 19, 2011
Great, here it is spring and baseball is all set to begin and those of us that are or have been Mariner fans have another disaster to look forward to. If a team has an over paid vet who can no longer play up to what's needed, OK just trade him to Seattle, they have lots of good looking prospects in the minors. They are there because they are never brought up for any extended time to adjust. The best thing for Moore, Ackerly, Sanders and several others would be if they got included in a trade with some team that will give them a chance.

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