Seattle’s Dae-Ho Lee, left, is met at home by Kyle Seager after his two-run home run against Baltimore on July 1. Lee’s warm-weather surge has made him a darkhorse for the AL’s Rookie of the Year.
Seattle’s Dae-Ho Lee, left, is met at home by Kyle Seager after his two-run home run against Baltimore on July 1. Lee’s warm-weather surge has made him a darkhorse for the AL’s Rookie of the Year. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Seattle’s Dae-Ho Lee, left, is met at home by Kyle Seager after his two-run home run against Baltimore on July 1. Lee’s warm-weather surge has made him a darkhorse for the AL’s Rookie of the Year. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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