Former Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, now with the Toronto Blue Jays, will play in his first All-Star game this season after winning the Final Vote. Saunders, who played with Seattle from 2009-14, has 25 doubles, 16 homers, and 41 RBIs with a .302 batting average through Friday.
Former Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, now with the Toronto Blue Jays, will play in his first All-Star game this season after winning the Final Vote. Saunders, who played with Seattle from 2009-14, has 25 doubles, 16 homers, and 41 RBIs with a .302 batting average through Friday. Frank Gunn The Associated Press
Former Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, now with the Toronto Blue Jays, will play in his first All-Star game this season after winning the Final Vote. Saunders, who played with Seattle from 2009-14, has 25 doubles, 16 homers, and 41 RBIs with a .302 batting average through Friday. Frank Gunn The Associated Press

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