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Young OF Mitch Haniger won’t go unnoticed after trade to Mariners

The Seattle Mariners never viewed young outfielder Mitch Haniger as a throw-in prospect in the offseason deal that got them top-notch shortstop Jean Segura. Haniger has only played 34 major league games, but Seattle had plans for him when they got him as part of the five-player trade with Arizona in November. Haniger is expected to be the starting right fielder this season for the Mariners. He hit a combined .321 with 25 homers in the minors last season, and also made his major league debut.

What’s next for the Seattle Mariners after five-player trade with Arizona?

SEATTLE – There’s always a “what’s next?” with Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, and it’s no different after the blockbuster five-player trade late Wednesday that netted shortstop/leadoff hitter Jean Segura from Arizona. “Obviously, the (rotation) depth is no longer enviable,” Dipoto said, “and we will need to look to the market, whether a trade or a free agent, to try to help create a little more depth. Perhaps at the back of our rotation.