3 Bold Moves That Could Spur Mariners to a .500 Record

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3 Bold Moves That Could Spur Mariners to a .500 Record
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WIth the Seattle Mariners continuing to disappoint in the 2013 season, it may soon be time for Seattle to start thinking drastic in order to get this team moving in the right direction.

The Mariners have already made a few moves recently,including the removal of Tom Wilhelmsen from the closer role earlier this week and the promotion of top prospect Mike Zunino back on June 11. 

As the season reaches it's mid-point, it has become obvious that this team is stuck in neutral. Recently, the Mariners have had chances to accomplish their first season sweep on three separate occasions, and have failed each time. Failing to accomplish these sweeps have been devastating for the Mariners, as it has prevented them from making the climb up to the .500 mark. In fact, the Mariners have not been able to get past seven games below .500 since they were 20-26 back on May 21.

So what exactly do the Mariners need to do in order to make a run to .500? Here are three moves that the Mariners could make moving forward.

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