.238, 4 HRs, 30 RBIs
Hits so-so stuff. Looks for walks. Marginal defender; can run on him. At end of the line, but has lots of experience.
.267, 19 HRs, 78 RBIs
Outstanding defense, with good range and good arm, Used to be dead high-fastball hitter; now hitting pitches down in the zone.
.316, 41 HRs, .12 RBIs
Best player in baseball. Good range, very good arm. Still not recovered from knee injury-was a good runner, now average.
.324, 37 HRs, 145 RBIs
One of game's best hitters. May have a bad elbow. When healthy can hit the ball out to left and right; don't think he can hit it out to rtghtfield now.
.285, 14 HRs, 103 RBIs
Hits average fastballs, but in last couple of months hasn't caught up with good ones. Can jam him. Very good hands on defense.
.253, 26 HRs, 82 RBIs
Great comeback year. Mariners may have lost division because he was hurt in August. Still a very good defender, but good fastballs eat him up.
.265, 10 HRs, 35 RBIs
Calls an aggressive, National League-style game. Throws O.K. Can't hit good stuff, but can hit mistakes a long way.
.247, 11 HRs, 47 RBIs
A marginal defender, but not as erratic as Carlos Guillen, and Piniella wants to win with pitching and defense. Warning-track power.
.245, 3 HRs, 46 RBIs
Limited range. A mistake hitter. Doesn't catch up well to hard stuff but getting by with smarts. Patient; looks to take a walk. No power.