The Seattle Mariners made franchise history last week when they signed their 2017 first-round draft pick, Evan White, to a long-term contract without playing a game in the majors. White is just the fourth player in MLB history to sign do this, joining Jon Singleton, Scott Kingery and Eloy Jimenez. But White is different than the other three players because they all were playing in Triple-A when they signed. There was a point in 2018 when the Mariners Triple-A team needed a first baseman, so he was called up but played in just four games. He spent the rest of…

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Sam Zimmer

A University of Oregon grad and Oklahoma native, Sam is a diehard baseball fan who has been lucky enough to attend games at 25 current MLB stadiums, all alongside his dad. He collects mainly baseball cards but also dabbles in SGA bobbleheads and poker chips from various casinos. His collections revolve around the San Francisco Giants, the New York Giants, his Oregon Ducks and any of his fellow Oklahomans. You can reach him by email and on Twitter.

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