Mariners Release Gabe Gross

Gabe Gross requested and has been granted his release from the Mariners reports's Greg Johns (on Twitter). The outfielder hit just .077/.200/.231 in 23 at-bats this spring after signing a minor league deal last month.

Gross, 31, hit just .239/.290/.311 for the A's last year. He's a .239/.330/.385 hitter in 1,680 career plate appearances, though his defense in right field has been particularly strong.

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4 Comments on "Mariners Release Gabe Gross"

4 years 5 months ago

Wow, that’s a brutal slash line. Royals next?

4 years 5 months ago

No. Pirates.

4 years 5 months ago

Liked him when he was with the Rays, the exact opposite of Gomes.. That being actually useful with the glove and played the game full-tilt in the field, as well as not an auto strikeout at the plate. typical Tampa type player in other words and a shame they don’t have a spot open.. maybe they have something for him at AAA if he can’t get a job.

4 years 5 months ago

He shouldn’t have been invited by the Mariners anyway this spring.