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Mariners prospect Nick Franklin eats 6,500 calories per day in …

Mariners prospect Nick Franklin eats 6,500 calories per day in quest to reach 200 pounds

yahoo.com Updated Feb 18, 2013
While Pablo Sandoval's weight is again a controversy and people are talking about how many pounds Mike Trout put on this offseason, one prospect for the Seattle Mariners is on the opposite end of the weight spectrum. He's desperately trying to add it. N…
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  • Zduriencik says team close to trading Carp

    Zduriencik says team close to trading Carp

    MLB.com Feb 18, 2013
    Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik said Monday he was engaged with a "good number" of teams about Mike Carp, the outfielder-first baseman designated for assignment last week, and was closing in on a trade.
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  • Comfortable in pinstripes, Ichiro settles into camp

    Comfortable in pinstripes, Ichiro settles into camp

    MLB.com Feb 18, 2013
    Monday marked the beginning of Ichiro Suzuki's first Spring Training with any team other than the Mariners, but he said it hasn't been a particularly difficult adjustment for him.
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Sports Columnists

  • Adande: Durant and how the West won

    Feb 18
    Kevin Durant left a good impression on Houston, where Kobe Bryant kept up his newfound dishing role
  • Don Banks: St. Louis Rams 2013 Offseason Preview

    Feb 18
    SI.com is laying out offseason road maps for all 32 teams as they start their journey for the Lombardi Trophy -- two teams per day, from the teams that need the most work to contend in 2013 to the ones that are in pretty good shape. See them all.
  • Adande: Jerry Buss: 'I love winning!'

    Feb 18
    You know how when someone dies we like to comfort ourselves by saying, "He's in a better place now"? That saying isn't as necessary for Jerry Buss, ...
  • Clayton's mailbag: Focus on safety not waning

    Feb 18
    Safety remains a primary concern for the league's competition committee. Plus, answers to reader questions.