Posted November 25, 2012 on mariners.scout.com
Free Agency is in full stride and a few names have already come off of the board. While the Seattle Mariners have been linked to a few names still out there -- including some of the top ranked guys -- no major moves have been made at this point. Who would the SeattleClubhouse staff like to see the Mariners add? Find out inside as we break down our Free Agent shopping list.
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