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SEA Cal Raleigh
Seattle Mariners
C: 128   DH: 14  
2024 Projected Value: $12
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 442 98 61 27 67 45 141 0 0.222 24.7
2023 513 119 78 30 75 54 158 0 0.232 31.2
2022 370 78 46 27 63 38 122 1 0.211 22.3
2021 139 25 6 2 13 7 52 0 0.180 -2.2

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2/22/24 New Nike/Fanatics Mariners jersey design draws mixed reaction from players. The new look and feel of Major League Baseball's (MLB) uniforms has drawn ire from players and fans across the sport. As the Mariners get underway with spring training, players had mixed reactions in exclusive interviews with KING 5. "Uh, I mean, I guess no comment on that," said Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh when asked how he felt about the 2024 uniforms. “I know everyone hates them,” Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Trea Turner said earlier this month as players arrived at spring training and got a first-hand look at the new threads.
2/21/24 MLB's new Nike pants are see-through and suddenly the jerseys seem fine. Spring training might feel a bit redundant for modern pro athletes who spend all year fine-tuning their bodies, but it's becoming quite necessary for MLB's uniform partners, who apparently need the time to iron out some significant issues. Everyone who puts them on looks like Steve Lyons on his most-embarrassing day, as Cal Raleigh (and those who watched his Mariners video) quickly learned.
2/08/24 Cal Raleigh more than carries the load as Mariners’ foundational catcher. Tough, big-hitting backstop will be counted on again as Mariners look to produce a suitable backup.
1/21/24 Cal Raleigh has fun story of hearing of Haniger's Mariners return. OK, then why was star catcher Cal Raleigh at the corner of Edgar and Dave when he found out the team had made a trade with the San Francisco Giants to reunite with one-time All-Star outfielder Mitch Haniger? Raleigh shared the story this week on the Mariners Hot Stove, which airs from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday nights on Seattle Sports.
12/29/23 Seattle Mariners players hold youth camp at Raleigh Baseball Institute. Seattle Mariners players Cal Raleigh and Justin Topa spent Thursday and Friday giving back to a community they both have ties to. Topa, a graduate of Chenango Valley High School, said it felt great to be back where it all began. “It's huge, it's awesome,” said Topa. For Raleigh, who was the only catcher in the MLB to hit 30 home runs last season, his number one piece of advice during the camp was to never stop working hard.

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