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The Mariners are reportedly the fall back option for the free agent slugger if the Texas Rangers stop their pursuit.
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No one is saying Josh Hamilton is the answer to the Mariners woes, but if the Mariners have the opportunity they need to sign him.
Hamilton finished 2012 with a .285 average, 128 runs batted in and a career-best 43 home runs.
Hamilton could earn in the range of $20 to $25 million in the coming years, according to a report.
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General managers across baseball expect Seattle to make a serious run at the Texas slugger.