Why Seattle Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto Won The 2015-16 MLB Offseason
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Heading into 2015, the Seattle Mariners not only had playoff aspirations, but some analysts even tabbed them as a World Series team. Upon eventually crossing the finish line with a disappointing 76-86 record, change at the top was bound to happen.
Once it did, plenty of other changes took place, too.
Former general manager Jack Zduriencik was out of a job before the calendar flipped to September, followed by Jerry Dipoto being tabbed as his successor by the end of that month.
From that point on, the Mariners went through as close to a complete makeover as one organization possibly could in one offseason. We knew Dipoto had a clear vision as to what kind of team he wanted to field on Opening Day since the changes were coming fast and furious within his first few months on the job.
Posted on February 25, 2016, in The Rest: Everything Baseball and tagged felix hernandez, jerry dipoto, mlb, nelson cruz, robinson cano, seattle mariners. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Why Seattle Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto Won The 2015-16 MLB Offseason.