Expectations were through the roof. Jared Clinic was called a savior, which was very popular.
This proved to be too much for the first time, as the clinic struggled in its first Mariners film. And handed over to minors.. But in his second season with Seattle, the 22-year-old outfielder looks better prepared for the big show.
“It’s been really fun. I’m really having fun,” the outfielder told reporters recently.
The possibility of a one-time mat, Deal with Seattle Robinson Canoe and Edwin Diaz in trade, enjoying a better August. He has a strong .834 OPS, came home three times and hit .235 / .344 / .490 and pulled the maximum walk (nine) as a strikeout. His total number – .151 / .243 / .280 – is still nowhere near where he wants to be.
But the clinic is showing signs of this high potential. Many experts have already seen.
“The more I’m around this environment, the more you have a mindset [if] It doesn’t happen, if I don’t capitalize here, I’ll do it with the next bat, “said Clinic. “If I don’t capitalize today, I will capitalize tomorrow.
“I think that’s what I initially struggled with when I first came out. Every beat was like a life or death situation for me. I’m ending things very fast.”
In his first season with the Mariners, Clinic batted .096 and returned on July 16 without a hit in his last 39 at bat before being sent back to Triple A Tacoma on June 7 and gradually improved.
“Jared is a good player and I’ve said that since day one,” said Marines manager Scott Service. But they are what they are.
“It simply came to our notice then. [to Triple-A], Type of reboot and then make adjustments, and sometimes it’s a mental adjustment and sometimes it’s a mechanical adjustment. I think, in this case, it was a bit of both.