Enjoy that title, Seattle -- Mariners still have lots of questions

Tuesday February 4th, 2014
The Mariners are hoping Robinson Cano can continue hitting as well at his new home ballpark as he did as a visitor there, when his .309 average at Safeco Field matched his overall career mark.
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At least he is entering a market in which sports fans at long last have a championship to celebrate. The glow from the Super Bowl win should last a while. San Diego and Cleveland can only dream such happiness will find them soon. The wait in Seattle has been so long that nobody minds one bit that to end the drought the Seahawks needed a minor leaguer from the rival Texas Rangers, Russell Wilson, to lead them.

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