Seattle Mariners Release Super Utility Infielder; Signed Him Last Week

Well, that didn't take long.

Just a couple days after the Seattle Mariners signed Jason Vosler to a minor-league contract, they're releasing him.

It's not clear whether there's an injury-related reason or if he's just being released to give him other opportunities elsewhere.

Vosler got into 36 games last season with the San Francisco Giants, slashing a solid .265/.342/.469 line, with four home runs, 12 RBIs, one stolen base and 14 runs scored.

The twenty-nine-year-old has the ability to play all four infield positions, as well as the corner outfield, which is very nice versatility for teams.

For his major league career, Vosler holds a .228/.306/.421 triple-slash line, with seven home runs, 21 RBIs, three stolen bases and 26 runs scored over 77 games.

Vosler is a former 16th-round pick by the Chicago Cubs in the 2014 MLB Draft. 
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