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On the final day of the 2011 season, with the A’s out of contention, the Mariners let Oakland hitters stand on the outfield grass for all their at-bats; not a single player reached the warning track.
I suppose it's possible that the park is playing like a hitter's park so far ... for whatever strange reasons it is that parks do that sort of thing.
I think the last year or two previously something was going on environmentally that affected all the west coast parks.. (only half joking)
Addressed in TFA.
Cots have them at $93.7M for 2013, $43.6M is Santana and Bay.
On the final day of the 2011 season, with the A's out of contention, the Mariners let Oakland hitters stand on the outfield grass for all their at-bats
#19 - I too would appreciate a clear, unambiguous explanation of what happened, if it really did and isn't a joke.
At least with the Mariners, we've invested a big chunk of resources in an actually good player. It's all the guys making peanuts who are killing us.
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