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The 30 Worst Trades in Seattle Mariners History

Published by on May 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

If there’s one thing the Seattle Mariners’ front office has been good at over the years, it’s making horrible trades. From Bill Bavasi, to Pat Gillick, to Woody Woodward, to Dick Balderson, to Hal Keller and more, the M’s have had a track record of general management that has been apt to pull the trigger on questionable moves that simply did not pan out. Which is why we’ve taken the liberty of compiling 30 of these deals and ranking them in order to bring you the very worst of the worst.

Next time you clamor for a trade, just remember these past mistakes, The 30 Worst Trades in Seattle Mariners History.


30. David Bell to San Francisco for Desi Relaford and cash (1/25/...

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