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Twins trade 1B Kendrys Morales to Mariners

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Kendrys Morales is on his way back to Seattle to try and give the Mariners' struggling offense a boost as they chase a playoff spot.

The Minnesota Twins traded Morales to the Mariners on Thursday for minor-league pitcher Stephen Pryor. Morales hit 23 home runs and drove in 80 runs for the Mariners last season, but turned down a $14.1 million qualifying offer from Seattle to become a free agent.

"He's a professional hitter," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "He gives us the opportunity to stretch out our lineup, so to speak. He's a nice fit, switch-hitter, hitting behind Robbie (Cano).

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Leaders
AVG: R. Cano.332
HR: K. Seager16
RBI: K. Seager66
SB: J. Jones19
W: F. Hernandez11
ERA: F. Hernandez2.02
Saves: F. Rodney27
K: F. Hernandez163
AL West
TeamWLPctGB
Oakland 6338.624-
LA Angels 6040.6002.5
Seattle 5348.52510
Houston 4260.41221.5
Texas 4062.39223.5
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General Batting (Rank)
AVG: .245 (23)
Runs: 396 (22)
Hits: 842 (24)
Home Runs: 81 (18)
Stolen Bases: 54 (19)
OBP: .299 (28)
SLG: .373 (26)
Total Bases: 1283 (25)
General Pitching (Rank)
Earned Run Average: 3.11 (1)
Runs Allowed: 340 (1)
Saves: 30 (7)
Strikeouts: 808 (11)
OpBA: .226 (1)
OBP: .291 (1)
SLG: .352 (3)
Run Support: 3.91 (23)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
7/24 W. Bloomquist Placed on 15-Day DL (Right knee contusion)
7/24 J. Montero Called Up from Minors
7/24 K. Morales Traded Minnesota (for RHP Stephen Pryor)
7/24 S. Pryor Called Up from Minors - Not to Report
7/24 C. Taylor Purchased From Minors
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Injuries
Date Player Status
7/11 M. Saunders Strained left oblique (on 15-day DL)
6/11 M. Saunders off 15-day DL
6/10 J. Smoak off 15-day DL
5/29 R. Cano Illness (day-to-day)
5/19 C. Hart off 15-day DL
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