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SEA Julio Rodriguez
Seattle Mariners
OF: 152   DH: 3  
2024 Projected Value: $41
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year AB H R HR RBI BB SO SB AVG Rate
2024 proj 629 176 100 32 96 47 173 33 0.280 64.9
2023 654 180 102 32 103 47 175 37 0.275 66.5
2022 511 145 84 28 74 40 145 25 0.284 53.6

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2/26/24 Mariners injury updates: Julio Rodriguez sidelined with hand issue, Santos to resume throwing. Rodriguez is dealing with some inflammation in the back of his left hand and has been held out of activities, specifically swinging a. bat.
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/marin...
2/24/24 MLB uniform fiasco stealing spotlight at Mariners camp, spring training. PEORIA, Ariz. — Look closely, and you're sure to like what you see this spring training if you're a Mariners fan. Optimism abounds in every major-league camp this time of year (presumably, even, for the Oakland A's). That optimism is heightened here early in Mariners camp, where a dominant pitching staff and a revamped lineup has many folks more bullish about the potential of this team than any other Mariners team in years. Look too closely, though, and you might not like what you see. That's because of the pants. the latest mariners news and notes As trade rumors swirled, Julio Rodriguez urged Mariners to keep pitchers Miller and Woo Mariners reliever Matt Brash has been shut down from throwing
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/mlb-u...
2/23/24 As trade rumors swirled, Julio Rodriguez urged Mariners to keep Bryce Miller and Bryan Woo. As trade rumors swirled about Miller and Woo potentially being shopped, the star center fielder made his feelings known whenever he’d check in with Mariners front-office executives. Do not trade them, he’d say.
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/as-tr...
2/21/24 Mariners superstar Julio Rodriguez expects greatness from himself. He's not satisfied yet.. “Sophomore slump” was not something anyone in the Mariners organization or fan base wanted to or considered associating with Julio Rodriguez going into last season. Following a magical rookie campaign in 2022 when he helped lead the Mariners back to the postseason at age 20, bringing superstar-level talent to an organization that had been lacking one, winning the American League Rookie of the Year Award and finishing seventh in AL MVP voting, there was no way he would regress in 2023. “I don't know how it fits in other people's minds, but for me, that was a sophomore slump,” he said before the Mariners' first full-squad workout of spring training. A look at Rodriguez's overall numbers for 2023 don't say sophomore slump.
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/marin...
2/20/24 Mariners superstar Julio Rodriguez expects greatness from himself. He’s not satisfied yet.. In what would be a career year for most players, Julio Rodriguez called his 2023 season a "sophomore slump." Here's why the Mariners' superstar wasn't happy with his season, and what he's doing to improve in 2024.
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/marin...

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