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Sporcle Friday: Mariners spring training leaders

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Some players have HOT springs, while other have NOT springs.

Eat your heart out, MJ.
Eat your heart out, MJ.
Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Spring training is (finally) allllmost over. Just two more games against the Rockies and then the Mariners get to start playing baseball that matters (as much as any baseball or any thing matters—WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE ALONE). Some players have had very fine springs, whereas other players have been Mariners starting pitchers. We've all told ourselves countless times that ST numbers don't really matter and that we shouldn't get overly excited/concerned with them. This is a prudent stance to take. However, nobody said that these spring statistics wouldn't be on the test. I hope you've all taken ample notes. Today's Sporcle asks you to recall the top-5 OPS and ERA leaders on the Mariners for each of the previous four spring trainings (minimum 30 PA and 10 IP, respectively). Some of these names will be very familiar. Others will be less so.

Good luck and go M's and baseball is coming soooooon.