• Mariners designate 'expendable' veteran Figgins

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 21, 2012
    Figgins' never found success in Seattle. But it was the decision to finally end Figgins' tenure that was most costly. Figgins will be paid the remaining $8 million on a contract that included a $9 million performance-triggered option for 2014. Which means the Mariners are paying him $8 million to take a hike. Everyone will be better off. Overall for the Mariners, he hit .227 with an on-base percentage of .302.His strikeouts have been way up, his walks are way down, and he doesn't steal bases anymore. Last...

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