Updated May 8, 2012 - 9:26 am
Mariners' Kyle Seager showing power, poise
Kyle Seager doesn't consider himself a power hitter.
But the adjustments he made to his swing and to his workout routine over the offseason have led to an increase in pop, evident in his .511 slugging percentage and team-high four home runs.
"So far it's worked OK," Seager told "Bob and Groz" on Monday.
In the video below, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby share their thoughts on Seager's hot start after speaking with the Mariners third baseman.
Update: Seager is now slugging .495 after Monday's game.
You can download Monday's podcast here.
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