At 27-35, the Seattle Mariners have had an underachieving season so far. What was supposed to be a year in which they make some noise in the AL West has been anything but.
Their underachieving performance can be attributed to their offense. Ranking 27th in the league in batting average and 28th in on-base percentage, the Mariners' offense has failed to live up to expectations.
Recently, however, positive signs have been showing in Seattle. Although a small sample showing, their lineup seems to have clicked, with players finally playing to their capability. Their offense is improving, and in a best-case scenario, their offense can be a top-15 offense.
Their offense will keep improving because of these four players.