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Mitch Haniger posts open letter to Mariners fans after joining Giants

For the second offseason in a row, Mitch Haniger has written something addressed to Mariners fans. The latest may be more of a tearjerker, though, because of the circumstances around it. Haniger agreed to a three-year, $43.5 million contract with the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night, ending his free...
SEATTLE, WA
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eastvillagetimes.com

From Padres killer to Padres left fielder? David Peralta offers decent bargain

The Padres desperately need help in left field. Perhaps old familiar foe David Peralta could be of service. The Padres are in dire need of more offense, especially in the outfield. Plenty of options have been discussed ad nauseam. Some of those more expensive, higher upside options are still available. Brandon Nimmo, Andrew Benintendi, Michael Brantley, and even former Padre Jurickson Profar are all still free agents.
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Yardbarker

Rangers Target to Join Giants

Mitch Haniger, who was reported to be a target of the Texas Rangers, has agreed to a contract with the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday. Haniger agreed to a three-year, $43.5 million deal per the New York Post. The Giants have been in pursuit of prized free-agent slugger Aaron Judge,...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Rangers Target Mitch Haniger to Join Giants

Former Mariners outfielder opted to move to the National League and join San Francisco. Mitch Haniger, who was reported to be a target of the Texas Rangers, has agreed to a contract with the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday. Haniger agreed to a three-year, $43.5 million deal per the New...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Giants strike deal with OF Haniger, Judge still a possibility

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The San Francisco Giants have agreed to a contract with former Seattle Mariner Mitch Haniger, the team said Tuesday. The deal with the free-agent outfielder will be for three years and $43.5 million, according to ESPN’s Jeff Passan. Haniger, 31, has played six years in MLB, hitting .261 with 112 home […]
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
hattersherald.com

Jackson Olson Speaks with Hatters Baseball

On Tuesday, December 7th, the Danbury Hatters head baseball coach Shaun Ratchford invited former New Milford shortstop Jackson Olson to speak to players. Jackson talked to the players discussing his journey as a baseball player, student-athlete, and life as well. Jackson Olson graduated from New Milford High School and went on to play collegiate baseball at both the University of Hartford and Stetson University. Jackson Olson was projected to be drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks, however, the COVID-19 outbreak shut down everyone’s world, especially Jackson’s.
DANBURY, CT
Purple Row

Help me division realignment, you’re our only hope

It’s no doubt the NL West has been of the best divisions in baseball over the last decade. Since 2012, the NL West has had a member play in the NLCS eight out of the ten seasons and five times played in the World Series thanks to a decade of championships between the Giants and Dodgers. Most recently, the San Diego Padres made it NLCS this past season and again are expected to be on of the best teams in the National League in 2023. One thing that may be help the Rockies overall is the new balanced schedules that will begin next season, meaning that the Rockies will play their division less often than in season’s past. But even so, with the level of competition within the NL West, is MLB expanding to 32 teams and realigning the divisions the Rockies best hope to finally win that elusive division title?
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