While he flashed encouraging catch-and-throw skills, Mike Zunino batted .193 in 295 games before the Mariners decided he required further development in the minors.
While he flashed encouraging catch-and-throw skills, Mike Zunino batted .193 in 295 games before the Mariners decided he required further development in the minors. Stephen Brashear The Associated Press
While he flashed encouraging catch-and-throw skills, Mike Zunino batted .193 in 295 games before the Mariners decided he required further development in the minors. Stephen Brashear The Associated Press

Zunino still a good bet to be Mariners’ future catcher — but it’s definitely on hold

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