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40 in 25: 2022

Individual season previews for all 40 members of the Seattle Mariners 40-man roster ahead of the 2022 MLB season.

40 in 25: Matt Festa

Do indeed call it a comeback.

40 in 25: Mitch Haniger

The last man standing is surviving the times.

40 in 25: in praise of Casey Sadler

We come here not to bury Casey Sadler(‘s shoulder), but to praise him

40 in 25: Evan White

Examining the first baseman’s role with the team as he enters the injury recovery process once again.

40 in 25: Yohan Ramírez

The Legend of the Lowered Arm Slot

40 in 25: Ty France

How much damage can one elbow guard take?

40 in 25: Juan Then

♫ Running out of time / To make you love me ♫

40 in 25: Julio Rodríguez

The one we’ve all been waiting for

40 in 25: Kevin Padlo

Like Kevin Malone, we’re spilling the beans on our own Kevin.

40 in 25: Sergio Romo

Veteran presence presents present veteran prescience.

40 in 25: Joey Gerber

Seattle’s most eligible bachelor

40 in 25: Chris Flexen

After a successful return to the Majors last season, the big righty should once again be a stabilizing force in Seattle’s rotation

40 in 25: Paul Sewald

The heart and soul of the Mariners’ bullpen will look to build on an elite 2021 campaign

40 in 25: Nick Margevicius

Wasted away again in NickMargeviciusRitaVille, searchin’ for my long lost shaker of salt. Salt! Salt! Salt!

40 in 25: Alberto Rodríguez

Applications for the Berto Fan Club closing soon!

40 in 25: Erik Swanson

Can a change in pitch mix help Erik Swanson stop giving up so many meatballs?

40 in 25: Marco Gonzales

What more can be expected from the epitome of belief?

40 in 25: Taylor Trammell

The best is yet to come.

40 in 25: Donovan Walton

Drop in for a short stop to learn three fun facts about one of the M’s longest tenured players

40 in 25: Matt Brash

This PTBNL should be contributing ASAP in MLB unless there’s a big SNAFU

40 in 25: Dylan Moore

Not quite a eulogy

40 in 25: Andrés Muñoz

Social media managers simply cannot fire off enough flame emojis for this guy

40-in-25: Wyatt Mills

The art of pitching can be hard to master

40 in 25: Logan Gilbert

Logan Gilbert will look to enjoy the sophomore bump

40 in 25: Ken Giles

A bounceback candidate with serious upside

40 in 25: Jarred Kelenic

I project 35 fbombWAR from Kelenic in 2022

40 in 25: Kyle Lewis

It’s not too late for the Mariners phenom. Yet.

40 in 25: Abraham Toro

A bull goes to Seattle

40 in 25: Robbie Ray

How does a brutalist artist follow up their masterpiece?

40 in 25: Justus Sheffield

Justus delayed or Justus denied?

40 in 25: Cal Raleigh

Cal Raleigh continues the great tradition of Mariners catchers with monosyllabic first names and serious pop in their bats

40 in 25: Diego Castillo

If you cross his path, you may find yourself a very grave man.