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The Seattle Mariners made significant offseason signings last year and were expected to be much improved, but 2010 ended up being a complete disaster.
Chone Figgins had a terrible season and Milton Bradley once again stole headlines with his questionable mental state. He somehow remained on the team, and might have played a role in the firing of Don Wakamatsu.
With a new manager and attitude in place, the Mariners are hoping they can start to turn things around in 2011. They have finally bought into a rebuilding plan rather than a quick fix, and the payoff down the road can't be worse than the past couple of seasons.
The Mariners made some minor offseason signings, with Jack Cust and Adam Kennedy being the most notable pickups.
They have very little depth in the farm system, so outside of a couple highly-regarded prospects, they can't expect much help from within. The rebuilding process will be long and arduous, but will they actually stick with it this time?
The Mariners looked destined for last place in the American League West, but at least they have a plan as to how to once again become a contending team.
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