Mariners sign Chris Young

The wait for pitching help was short one now that the Seattle Mariners have agreed to sign starter Chris Young to a one-year, major league deal with a base salary of $1.25 million and another $3.475 million available in performance based incentives. The move comes a day after the M’s officially cut Scott Baker and Randy Wolf from the team. Seattle was reportedly looking to acquire another pitcher yesterday, and Young is expected to fill the No.4 spot in the rotation to start the year. Young, 34, hasn’t pitched in…

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Mariners Re-sign Chavez, Quintero and Release Baker, Wolf

As the old saying goes, there’s never such a thing as too much the depth. A day after releasing both Endy Chavez and Humberto Quintero who were in camp on minor league deals, the Seattle Mariners re-signed both players to new minor league deals and they will stay within the organization according to Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune. (Twitter links). Chavez, 36, appeared in 97 games for the Mariners in 2013 which marked his second stint with the club, the first coming back in 2009. The outfielder managed…

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