Mariners Designate Ryan Langerhans For Assignment

The Mariners announced they've designated Ryan Langerhans for assignment to make room for outfielder Mike Wilson, tweets ESPN 710's Shannon Drayer.

Langerhans, 31, hit .173/.317/.346 in 64 plate appearances for the Mariners this year after re-signing on a minor league deal in December.  Langerhans is no stranger to the DFA, as this is the third time in his career.  Other candidates to be removed from the roster, such as Milton Bradley and Chris Ray, live to see another day.


4 Responses to Mariners Designate Ryan Langerhans For Assignment Leave a Reply

  1. Stuartsmith1988 4 years ago

    O no now the M’s have no power. Remember when langerhans was traded like 3 times in two days. That was awesome

  2. Gumby65 4 years ago

    “Other candidates to be removed from the roster, such as Milton Bradley and
    Chris Ray, live to see another day.” Short day =)

    As for Langerhans, my most vivid memory of the mention of his name is from Anatomy & Physiology classes.

  3. HerbertAnchovy 4 years ago

    The M’s seem to have a fetish for people with the last name of Wilson.

  4. mike wilson is a big guy with as long as he can may contact he’ll be great. great move low risk could have great reward

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