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Jake Fraley led off for the Mariners Tuesday going 1-for-3 with a double, a run scored, and two strikeouts.
Fraley hit 16 home runs and stole 18 bases last year in the minors, getting 41 plate appearances with the Mariners. He should find plenty of playing time to start the season with Mitch Haniger out. Fraley is worth keeping an eye on this spring.
Jake Fraley went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and two RBI in the Mariners 6-5 Cactus League loss to the White Sox on Thursday.
Fraley hit leadoff on Thursday and made good use of it, batting in two off a sac-fly and a solo home run off a 101 MPH heater. The 24-year old is competing for the Mariners' starting right fielder position against Carlos Gonzalez among others. Even if Fraley wins the position, it won't be permanent, with the position ultimately being owned by Mitch Haniger, who will miss the start of the season with a back and core injury.