Mariners hope improved offense coming in 2013

Updated: October 4, 2012, 3:53 PM ET
Associated Press

SEATTLE -- The fences moving in at Safeco Field leaves one less debate for the Seattle Mariners' offseason.

One question that remains: Now what can the Mariners do with their beleaguered offense to take advantage of the new dimensions?

Seattle enters the offseason after a 75-87 campaign with more answers than questions. That's a big change from a year ago when everyone was unsure just how the Mariners' core group of young players would respond to a first full seasons in the majors. ...

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