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Eric Wedge returns to Mariners with new perspective
Mariners manager Eric Wedge is set to return after suffering a stroke that led to a month-long absence from the team.
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Lets hope Wedge can manage MLB as long as....
    .....say Jim Leyland or Charlie Madden in Tampa. But he now realizes when to quit and go easy. No way would he want to be carried off the field horizontally, hypothetically speaking. That's movie stuff.
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Its a great day..........
    ...for the incoherent.
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  • Lainers18 wrote...
    Can't watch the whole nine innings...
    So now Eric understands what fans have to go through...going to the car to listen to Rick Rizzs instead of having to listen to Dave Sims. Honestly, I think Sims is more excited about the other team than the Mariners. Welcome back Wedge! Now, get rid of Sims!!
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