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Seattle Mariners Checkpoint: Check One

Seager has been M's best hitter (Getty Images)

The Seattle Mariners finished up the first one-third of their season last night in Chicago with their 7-4 loss to the White Sox in game number 54. SeattleClubhouse checks in on the big league club with an inventory of what has gone right and what has gone wrong.

Coming into 2012 fresh off of their third season of 95 or more losses in four years, the Seattle Mariners weren't expected to compete in an American League West that got stronger all around during this past offseason. But with a mix of a couple solid veterans and a lot of encouraging youth, most expected that the club would make noticeable strides on the field this year. The fan base was... Recommended Stories

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