Mariners announced that they have released Gaby Sanchez.
After back-to-back seasons of 19 home runs in 2010 and 2011, veteran infielder Gaby Sanchez only hit 21 total in the next three seasons. Sanchez was trying to make a comeback with the Mariners this spring but was a casualty of first cuts. He will try to catch on with another team but with declining power and limited versatility of the corner infield spots, Sanchez may have a difficult time catching on with another team. Mar 13 7:35 pm (EST)
- Mariners have agreed to a minor league deal with Gaby Sanchez.
- Gaby Sanchez will join the Rakuten Eagles of Japan's Pacific League for the 2015 season. Sanchez was not offered a contract by the Pirates and has agreed to a one-year contract with the Eagles, the team announced Thursday on its website. The deal is for an estimated $2.5 million with additional performance-based incentives.
- The Pirates did not tender RHP Chaz Roe or 1B Gaby Sanchez. All Gaby Sanchez (R) News
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