"Going on the DL for the first time wasn't ideal, wasn't great, didn't love it, obviously," Seager said. "It was a different experience for me to sit back and watch for a little bit. It gets the juices flowing, it gets you hungry again and something you could spin into a positive."
"When you've got guys that are debuting, you've got guys that are young, that are just getting here, there's an excitement level there," Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager said. "Every day will bring something new whether you're in (the pennant race) or not."