Found May 31, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Seattle Mariners have outrighted short stop Robert Andino to their Triple-A Tacoma farm club after he cleared waivers following his designation for assignment a few days back. Battling a cold bat all season long, he batted a mere .184 in 76 at bats for the Mariners this season. Short stop is a pretty weak position, so to go unclaimed shows you just what major league organizations think of Andino’s struggles. He will have to do a 180 to once again be involved in the future plans of Seattle. Until then he provides organizational depth up the middle. The post Seattle Mariners Outright Robert Andino To Tacoma appeared first on FFLockerRoom | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports News | Sports Talk |.
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