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An eighth-round selection out of Ohio State in 2019, Dominic Canzone tore up minor-league pitching in his time in the Arizona system, and he was one of the key components of the trade that sent Paul Sewald from the Mariners to the Diamondbacks near the deadline. His time in the majors wasn't nearly as successful with a OPS of .657 with six homers in 59 games at the highest level, but there were enough flashes of success combined with his stats in the minors to believe that there's fantasy upside in his profile. There's well above-average power in his left-handed bat, and he did a good job of making consistent contact with a strikeout rate of just 17.6 percent in his rookie campaign. The 26-year-old didn't show much patience at the plate, however, and well below-average speed means he won't be a stolen-base threat now or going forward. Canzone will have a chance to win a regular spot with the Mariners against right-handed pitching barring a plethora of offseason moves, and a breakout season -- while far from a foregone conclusion -- is well within reach.

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2023 1081.8 23 6 21 8 1 .220
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Not ready for IL return

    Canzone (thigh), who is first eligible to return from the injured list Saturday, is still recovering according to manager Scott Servais and remains multiple weeks away from beginning a rehab assignment, MLB.com reports. The fact the outfielder won't have a minimum-length stay on the IL is unsurprising, given the nature of his injury and the fact there haven't been any reports of Canzone engaging in any type of baseball activities yet. Servais estimated Friday that Canzone is still at least a couple weeks away from being sent down to an affiliate for a rehab assignment, and that timeline could naturally be extended if his recovery doesn't start gathering some momentum soon. While Canzone remains sidelined, Victor Robles could continue drawing the bulk of starts in right field, although Mitch Haniger and Jonatan Clase are also candidates to occasionally slot in.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Placed on IL with adductor strain

    The Mariners placed Canzone on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right adductor strain. Canzone initially suffered the injury during Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Blue Jays while making a catch and then aggravated it while running in Tuesday's 8-3 win. He'll be eligible to return from the IL shortly after the All-Star break, but it's uncertain whether Canzone will be ready for activation at that time.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Nursing groin injury

    Canzone exited Tuesday's win over the Padres after feeling discomfort in his groin while running, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Canzone said he initially suffered the injury while making a catch during Sunday's contest, and it flared up in the fifth frame Tuesday while running to second base on a double. He's slated to receive an MRI on Wednesday, which will help determine his availability for Seattle's final stretch of games before the All-Star break.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Removed early Tuesday

    Canzone was removed from Tuesday's game against the Padres with a possible injury, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The Mariners haven't yet provided an official reason for Canzone's early exit, but the 26-year-old outfielder did appear to be in some pain while running after hitting a double in the fifth inning. He'll head into the clubhouse for further evaluation, and more information on his status should be released in the near future.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Out of Sunday's lineup

    Canzone is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins. Canzone will hit the bench Sunday for a second straight day after starting the previous six contests. He's gone 2-for-16 with 10 strikeouts since he collected four hits June 22 in Miami. Dylan Moore will start in left field Sunday, pushing Luke Raley to right.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Idle Saturday

    Canzone is out of the lineup for Saturday's game against the Twins. Canzone will get the night off Saturday after making six consecutive starts. Instead, Mitch Haniger will fill right field and bat eighth.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Tallies four hits Saturday

    Canzone went 4-for-5 with a home run, three total runs and two total RBI in Saturday's 9-0 win against the Marlins. Canzone knocked in a run with a fourth-inning single and added a 415-foot solo homer in the fifth. He finished with a season-high four hits -- in fact, he hadn't even had a three-hit game prior to Saturday. Canzone has shown some intriguing power with seven homers over 119 plate appearances after going deep six times across 182 plate appearance as a rookie last year.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Taking seat against southpaw

    Canzone is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Guardians. With lefty Logan Allen on the hill for Cleveland, Canzone and fellow left-handed-hitting regulars Luke Raley and Josh Rojas will retreat to the bench. Mitch Haniger will cover right field in Canzone's stead.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: On bench versus lefty

    Canzone is not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Angels. Canzone will get a breather as the Mariners face off with southpaw Reid Detmers. Mitch Garver will draw the start at designated hitter and bat seventh versus Los Angeles.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Launches fifth homer

    Canzone went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's win over Houston. Canzone jumped on a four-seamer from Justin Verlander in the bottom of the fifth and sent it into the stands for his fifth home run of the campaign, tying the game at one run apiece. It was the outfielder's second long ball this month, during which he's batting just. 185 (5-for-27) with three RBI and three runs scored. Canzone hasn't recorded multiple hits in a game since April 8 in Toronto.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Out against southpaw

    Canzone is out of the lineup for Friday's game against Washington. The lefty-hitting Canzone will cede right field duties to Mitch Haniger as the Mariners take on southpaw MacKenzie Gore. Canzone is slashing .208/.278/.500 with four home runs and eight RBI in his second major-league season.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Hitting bench versus lefty

    Canzone is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees. After returning last Wednesday following a month-long stay on the injured list, Canzone had started in all but one of the Mariners' ensuing six games, going 3-for-14 with a pair of extra-base hits and two walks. While the lefty-hitting Canzone will hit the bench against Yankees southpaw Nestor Cortes, look for manager Scott Servais to open up playing time for both Canzone and fellow left-handed hitter Luke Raley at the corner-outfield spots when the Mariners face right-handed pitching. To get Raley in the lineup, Mitch Garver and Mitch Haniger have been losing out on more opportunities against right-handed pitching since Canzone's return from the IL.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Returns from IL

    The Mariners reinstated Canzone (shoulder) from the 10-day injured list Wednesday. The Mariners weren't expected to bring Canzone back from the IL until this weekend, but he'll end up joining the club for its series finale with the Royals after he checked out fine following his third rehab game with Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday. Prior to landing on the shelf April 15 with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder, Canzone had taken hold of a strong-side platoon role in left field. Those duties have largely fallen to Luke Raley during his absence, and though Raley has enjoyed a hot run at the plate of late, Canzone will step into the starting lineup in his first game back with the team. He'll man left field and bat seventh Wednesday against the Royals.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Could return this weekend

    Canzone (shoulder), who took a full game's worth of plate appearances as the designated hitter for Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday, could be activated ahead of the start of the Mariners' next road trip Friday, MLB.com reports. Canzone went 2-for-5 with an RBI double Sunday for the Rainiers after also lacing a two-bagger in his rehab debut Saturday. Canzone's timing at the plate already seems to be in good shape, and if he continues without any physical setbacks, it appears he could be ready to jump back into action with the Mariners beginning Friday against the Orioles.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Doubles in rehab debut

    Canzone (shoulder) started in left field and played five innings during Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Reno on Saturday, going 1-for-3 with a double. Canzone's rehab debut appears to have been a success, with the 26-year-old logging his first game action since April 14. Canzone is projected for three more games with the Rainiers before activation is considered, and it remains to be seen if he'll be back in Tacoma's lineup Sunday.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Resumes swinging

    Manager Scott Servais said Tuesday that Canzone (shoulder) has resumed swinging a bat at the Mariners' spring training complex in Arizona, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Servais seemed pleased with the progress Canzone has made since landing on the injured list April 15. However, he noted that Canzone will require an extended rehab assignment, so the 26-year-old outfielder is likely still a few weeks away from returning to the Seattle lineup.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: No timeline on return

    Mariners manager Scott Servais said Monday that there is no set timeline for Canzone (shoulder), Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Canzone was placed on the 10-day IL on Monday. He sustained a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder Sunday after colliding with the outfield wall. Servais added that Canzone will be down at least a couple of weeks. While Canzone is out, Jonatan Clase will see more starts in left field, beginning Monday against the Reds.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Doesn't have structural damage

    Canzone does not have structural damage to his left shoulder and will not require surgery, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. He's dealing with a sprained AC joint, but an MRI cleared him of any additional damage. Canzone will be sidelined at least a couple weeks, but it sounds like the diagnosis was close to a best-case scenario. Jonatan Clase is expected to see the bulk of the at-bats in left field in Canzone's place.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Exits with apparent shoulder issue

    Canzone was removed from Sunday's game against the Cubs with an apparent shoulder injury, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Canzone suffered the injury during the second inning when he collided with the wall in left field while making a catch. The 26-year-old didn't have a plate appearance prior to the injury and should be considered day-to-day as he continues to be evaluated.
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  • Mariners' Dominic Canzone: Sits down against lefty

    Canzone isn't in the Mariners' lineup for Saturday's game against the Cubs. The Mariners are slated to face Shota Imanaga on Saturday -- the third straight game they've played versus a left-handed starter. As a result, the left-handed bat of Canzone will once again start the game in the dugout while Dylan Moore covers left field.
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