Posted January 14, 2014 on
Addressing one of their pressing needs, Seattle appears to have added a veteran catcher to back up Mike Zunino. Jon Heyman has reported on Twitter that the Mariners are bringing in former All-Star John Buck on a 1-year, $1 million deal.
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The Seattle Mariners are in the market for a backup catcher, and it looks like they are about to land one in John Buck. Jon Morosi reports that the Mariners were close to signing the 33-year-old catcher.Buck played for the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates last season and got off to a hot start, hitting 14 homeruns before the All-Star break. Unfortunately, the right-handed...
The Seattle Mariners have reached an agreement with John Buck for one year and $1 million, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Buck figures to provide depth behind top prospect Mike Zunino, who is expected to be the Mariners primary catcher.
Buck, 33, split time between the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates in 2013. He got off to a hot start with the Mets, as he managed...
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The Seattle Mariners have signed catcher John Buck to a one-year deal for $1 million. He spent last season with the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates. CBSSports.com Jon Heyman and FOXsports.com Jon Paul Morosi broke the story on twitter.
#mariners agree to deal with john buck. he gets $1M. @jonmorosi said MLB deal was close.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) January 14, 2014
The Seattle Mariners are close to a deal with free agent catcher John Buck according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. With highly regarded Mike Zunino as the primary catcher, Buck will likely be his back-up,
Buck, 33, batted a combined .219 with 15 homers and 62 RBI between the Mets and the Pirates last season. He had a .285 OBP and .362 slugging percentage.
There had been some interest...