Seattle Mariners Sign Recently Released Starting Pitcher

The Seattle Mariners have recently made an addition to their organization by signing left-handed pitcher Logan Allen to a minor league contract.

Allen, who was previously with the Cleveland Guardians, struggled to find success in the major leagues with a 5.89 ERA over 96.1 innings.

Despite his struggles, the Mariners have decided to give him an opportunity to regain his form and contribute to their organization in the future.

The 26-year-old southpaw was released by the Colorado Rockies earlier this week after experiencing a tough season with their Triple-A affiliate, Albuquerque.

During his time there, Allen posted a 7.20 ERA, a 2.09 WHIP, and a 50/28 K/BB ratio over 45 innings.

While Allen's recent numbers may not be encouraging, the Mariners see potential in him and have provided him with a chance to prove himself at the Triple-A level.

By joining the Mariners' Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma, Allen will have the opportunity to work on his skills and potentially contribute as an experienced depth option for the organization's rotation.

For his minor-league career, Allen holds a 4.33 ERA, 1.39 WHIP, with 611 strikeouts across 590 innings and 158 appearances. Photo Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Spor