I have never met Seattle MarinersÆ general manager Jack Zduriencik. As a matter of fact, if he delivered the bacon cheeseburger I ordered from the diner last night to my apartment, I wouldnÆt have recognized him. But I will tell you this: I really like the guy. I like the guy because in a sport where so many of its general managers donÆt have a plan of attack, Zduriencik clearly does. Zduriencik is determined to build the Mariners around pitching and defense and on Friday he took another step towards executing his plan. Yesterday, the Mariners signed shortstop Jack Wilson to a two-year deal worth $10 million. The deal cancels out the $8.4 million option Seattle had for Wilson. The Mariners acquired Wilson from the Pittsburgh Pirates last year, along with Ian Snell and Ronny Cedeno ...
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