Entering Wednesday’s game, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino had gone 73 at-bats without a homer, the longest drought of his career. He was hitting .167, his on-base percentage was .247, and his slugging percentage was an abysmal .227.
Entering Wednesday’s game, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino had gone 73 at-bats without a homer, the longest drought of his career. He was hitting .167, his on-base percentage was .247, and his slugging percentage was an abysmal .227. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Entering Wednesday’s game, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino had gone 73 at-bats without a homer, the longest drought of his career. He was hitting .167, his on-base percentage was .247, and his slugging percentage was an abysmal .227. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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