Filed under: Stream Chone Figgins Now Gone Figgins Contributors: Jeff Sullivan Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Chone Figgins Now Gone Figgins Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email At last, the Mariners designated Chone Figgins for assignment. And after that, at last, Chone Figgins was released. He is thus a free agent. Just like he was before he signed with the Mariners! 8 Total Updates Since Aug 10, 2012, 6:25pm PDT Follow this stream February 8, 2013 Chone Figgins Gets It Perfect By Jeff Sullivan Chone Figgins has signed a minor-league contract with the Miami Marlins, which sounds about right. November 28, 2012 The Official End Of Chone Figgins (As A Mariner) By Jeff Sullivan The Seattle Mariners have now officially released Chone Figgins, making him a free agent. Figgins had been designated for assignment previously. November 21, 2012 Chone Figgins Self-Confidence Tracker By Jeff Sullivan Pretty much every single Mariners fan believes that Chone Figgins is finished. One guy who happens to disagree is Chone Figgins. November 21, 2012 On Chone Figgins And His Player Type By Jeff Sullivan Chone Figgins is little, and Chone Figgins declined in a hurry. Do little players decline in a hurry? We attempt to investigate. November 20, 2012 Chone Figgins Designated For He's Gone Everybody By Jeff Sullivan The Seattle Mariners designated Chone Figgins and Scott Cousins for assignment, and added five minor leaguers to their 40-man roster in advance of the Rule 5 draft. November 16, 2012 Why Chone Figgins Is Still A Mariner By Jeff Sullivan Chone Figgins is still on the Seattle Mariners' roster! We explore why this might be. October 4, 2012 Chone Figgins Speaks Up By Jeff Sullivan Chone Figgins would like to not belong to the Seattle Mariners organization anymore. Now we're all being honest. August 10, 2012 Chone Figgins Is Still On The Seattle Mariners By Jeff Sullivan It's August, now - almost the middle of August - and Chone Figgins is still on the Seattle Mariners. Just thought I'd throw that out there.