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The Seattle Mariners made a push for the playoffs last year and decided to make some offseason moves to try and put them into the thick of the AL West race.
Just one offseason after adding Robinson Cano, they Mariners splurged for more offense by signing 2014 home run champ Nelson Cruz to a four-year contract. It will be interesting to see if Cruz can ever come close to duplicating the best season of his career, especially hitting in Seattle.
If the Mariners could just score more runs, the team would be a legitimate threat in the AL West. The top of the starting rotation is scary. Felix Hernandez remains one of the top pitchers in the game and Hisashi Iwakuma has been a pleasant surprise. If James Paxton and Tijuan Walker can maximize their potential, look out.
Cano had a solid first year in Seattle, but his power numbers took a huge dip. Seattle isn't a hitters ballpark, but it would certainly help their run-scoring production if Cano could hit 20-25 home runs.
Fernando Rodney returns as the team's closer, but it's anyone's best guess as to how long he is able to hold onto that job. He didn't pitch poorly last year, but it seems like he is always flirting with disaster.
The Angels are probably still the favorites in the AL West, but don't sleep on the Mariners. They haven't been shy about trying to improve their ballclub and look to be a team that will be a serious playoff contender in 2015.
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