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Seattle Mariners 2024 World Series Odds

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Few teams are better at perpetually disappointing their fans than the Seattle Mariners. It all goes back to 2001 when the M’s went 116-46, only to get blown out 4-1 in the ALCS. Last year, the Mariners were a trending future market pick after making the 2022 ALDS in their first playoff appearances since 2001. This offseason, the Mariners are getting some but not much future market action in a division loaded with the Texas Rangers and Houston Astros, the past two World Series champions.

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In 2023, the Seattle Mariners had a record of 88-74 and finished 3rd in the American League West Division. Offensively, Seattle ranked 12th for runs scored, 22nd for batting average, 16th for OPS, 11th for home runs, and 13th for stolen bases. Defensively, Seattle ranked 3rd for earned run average, 3rd for WHIP, 29th for strikeouts, 3rd for quality starts, 7th for fewest errors, and 4th for bullpen ERA. Seattle was -388 on the moneyline and -893 on the run line.

Last season, the Mariners were a trendy pick for gamblers, but that robbed Seattle of much of its value following their status as a surprise ambush team in 2022. Despite the sour taste in the mouths of fans and gamblers, Seattle can take encouragement from finishing only two games behind the past two World Series champions. After a mediocre offseason, the jury remains out in the minds of many gamblers.

Key offseason acquisitions include DH Mitch Garver, RF Mitch Haniger, 2B Jorge Polanco, OF Luke Raley, and 3B Luis Urías.

Key offseason departures include INF José Caballero, LHP Marco Gonzales, RF Teoscar Hernández, OF Jarred Kelenic, C Tom Murphy, LHP Robbie Ray, 3B Eugenio Suárez.

Seattle should be better than they were last season, if only because Jorge Polanco and Mitch Garver can clobber home runs, which was something the Mariners were already OK at.

There was no huge free-agent splash, though, and the Mariners’ payroll remains closer to the Guardians than the Rangers, which is problematic considering how outstanding the rotation projects to be. It’s a rotation that should prompt some interest in the open market.

It was a brutally thin offseason for position players, but Seattle prefers to think outside of the box. There had to have been potential trades that could have led to more runs than this.

Overall, the Mariners should pitch well, and they should hit just good enough. It should be enough to contend. But this offseason should have been exciting enough to make them AL West favorites.

Seattle ranks 18th for MLB payroll.

Seattle Mariners Key Players

RHP Luis Castillo is the number-one starter for Seattle. Last year, Castillo was 14-9 with a 3.34 ERA and 1.10 WHIP. Castillo is a three-time All-Star.

RHP Andres Munoz is the Seattle closer. In 2023, Munoz was 4-7 with a 2.94 ERA and 1.27 WHIP with 13 saves in 16 opportunities. He also produced 14 holds.

CF Julio Rodriguez produced 102 runs, 37 doubles, 32 home runs, 103 runs batted in, a .485 slugging percentage, and a .818 OPS in 2023. He is a two-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner.

Seattle Mariners Manager

Since 1996, Scott Servais has been manager of the Mariners. His record is 616-578.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 88 74 3rd -
2022 90 72 2nd Lost ALDS (Astros) 3–0
2021 90 72 2nd -
2020 27 33 3rd -
2019 68 94 5th -
2018 89 73 3rd -
2017 78 84 3rd -
2016 86 76 2nd -
2015 76 76 4th -
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