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Affectionately nicknamed "Big Dumper," Cal Raleigh turned in his first career 30-homer season in 2023, finishing fifth at the catcher position in earned fantasy value behind William Contreras, J.T. Realmuto, Jonah Heim and Will Smith. Raleigh is rather one dimensional at the plate, though to his credit he raised his batting average from .211 to a more-palatable .232 last season. He's also drawn walks at roughly a 10 percent clip the last two seasons, helping offset a strikeout rate pushing 30 percent. Raleigh made 14 starts at designated hitter in 2023, and while that number could always take a hit, he projects to remain in the starting lineup most days. The 27-year-old has an exceptional arm behind the plate and at this point is an important part of the leadership and game-calling with the Seattle pitching staff. He temporarily silenced his doubters with his performance at the dish last season, but beware the average can largely offset the power contributions if it gets low enough.

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2024 2332.4 40 20 62 39 5 .210
2023 3632.5 78 30 75 54 .232
2022 2712.3 46 27 63 38 1 .211
3y Avg. 225.52.2 43 20 50 33 0 .217
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Drives in only run Monday

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with an RBI single and a walk in a loss to the Angels on Monday. Raleigh opened the scoring on the night with a first-inning single that plated J.P. Crawford (finger), a run that would turn out to be the only one for the Mariners. The 27-year-old snapped an 0-for-16, four-game skid that stretched back to the final game before the All-Star break with the timely knock, but he's now gone six straight contests without an extra-base hit.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Crushes 20th homer

    Raleigh went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and a walk in Friday's loss to the Angels. The Mariners catcher slugged a monstrous 423-foot, two-run homer off Tyler Anderson in the third inning. Raleigh has been on a tear lately, hitting five homers over his past four games while batting .471 (8-for-17). He leads all catchers in homers with 20. Overall, the 27-year-old is now slashing .218/.303/.443 with 61 RBI and 40 runs scored across 350 plate appearances.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Goes yard twice in win

    Raleigh went 3-for-5 with two homers, four RBI and three runs scored in Thursday's win over the Angels. Raleigh singled in his first trip to the plate before taking Jack Kochanowicz deep for a leadoff homer to open the third. The catcher would then add a second home run in the sixth to extend the Mariners' lead to 11 runs, giving him his second two-homer performance in his last three contests. Raleigh has also tallied multiple hits in five of his last seven games, batting .400 (10-for-25) over that stretch with four homers, eight RBI and seven runs scored.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Two more homers in Tuesday's win

    Raleigh went 3-for-5 with a pair of two-run homers, a double and three runs scored in Tuesday's 8-3 win over the Padres. The switch-hitting Raleigh was able to accomplish hitting a home run from both sides of the plate Tuesday night. He began with a two-run blast in the third from the left side and then matched it with a two-run shot from the right side in the seventh to put the Mariners up 7-0. Raleigh has just 62 hits this season and is hitting .210, but 17 of those have gone for home runs, leading to 55 RBI, which is tied for second among catchers. Raleigh has never been a guy to hit for much average but has always made up for it in the power department. His 74 home runs since the beginning of 2022 lead all catchers in the MLB and his 17 homers this season are the most by a Mariners' catcher before the All-Star break. The 27-year-old is slashing .210/.295/.414 and is on pace for career highs in home runs and RBI.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Belts homer in loss

    Raleigh went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Orioles on Wednesday. The Mariners' offense remained mired in a funk Wednesday, but Raleigh prevented a shutout defeat with a sixth-inning, 423-foot shot to center for the final run of the night for either team. The slugging backstop has now left the yard in three of his last eight games, putting him halfway to the career-best total of 30 homers he established last season.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Records fourth steal in loss

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in a loss to the Twins on Saturday. Raleigh is much more renowned for his power than his speed, but he's now up to a career-high four stolen bases with Saturday's swipe. The slugging backstop has reached safely in seven straight games, a stretch during which he owns a .429 on-base percentage thanks in large part to a 25.0 percent walk rate.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Slugs 14th homer

    Raleigh went 1-for-2 with a three-run home run and two walks in Wednesday's 5-2 win over Tampa Bay. The Mariners had gone scoreless through five until Raleigh connected for the deciding hit of the game. His 14th homer of the season ties him for the MLB lead at the position, tied with Shea Langeliers and Adley Rutschman. Raleigh now has two home runs in his last three games after a stretch in which he hit only one over 29 games.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Launches 13th homer

    Raleigh went 1-for-2 with a solo home run, a stolen base and two walks in Monday's 4-3 loss to Tampa Bay. Raleigh slugged his 13th home run of the season, his first since June 10. The 27-year-old has batted just .178 over the past two weeks, but he has added two home runs, three doubles, two stolen bases and 11 RBI during that span.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Out of lineup Sunday

    Raleigh is not in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins. Raleigh will begin Sunday's game in the dugout after going 1-for-8 with one RBI over the first two games of the series. Mitch Garver will start behind home plate and bat seventh against Miami right-hander Kyle Tyler.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Notches second steal

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with a walk, one RBI, one stolen base and one run scored in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Rangers. Raleigh has two steals this year, and they've both come over his last 10 games. In that span, he's gone 8-for-35 (.229) with three extra-base hits and 10 RBI. The catcher is slashing .209/.287/.400 with 12 home runs, 43 RBI and 27 runs scored over 67 contests this year. Raleigh is unlikely to ever hit for a good average, but he has the ability to make an impact with power and run production, especially when hitting in the heart of the order.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Not starting Thursday

    Raleigh isn't in the Mariners' lineup for Thursday's game against the White Sox. Although Raleigh is currently enjoying a five-game hitting streak, the Mariners will sit him down for Thursday's series finale while Seby Zavala starts behind the plate and bats ninth.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Three more RBI in win

    Raleigh went 2-for-4 with three RBI from a pair of doubles in a win over the White Sox on Tuesday. The red-hot backstop delivered in the clutch yet again Tuesday, just a day after capping off a wild comeback with a walk-off grand slam. Raleigh cut the Mariners' deficit to one run in the third inning with his first double, plating Julio Rodriguez, before following it up with a seventh-inning two-bagger that brought home Rodriguez and Josh Rojas with tying and game-winning runs. Raleigh now has a jaw-dropping nine RBI in his last three games alone, and his season total of 42 is comfortably a team-high figure.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Slugs walk-off grand slam

    Raleigh went 1-for-5 with a grand slam in an 8-4 win against the White Sox on Monday. Raleigh went hitless with a pair of strikeouts over his first four at-bats but finished the game with a bang, belting a grand slam with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Mariners a walk-off win. It was the second straight day that the backstop produced a clutch hit -- he knocked a two-run single in the 10th frame Sunday to help Seattle to victory. Raleigh is barely over the Mendoza line with a .206 batting average on the season, but he's tied for second among MLB catchers with 12 homers and is tied for fourth with 39 RBI.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Timely hitting in Sunday's win

    Raleigh went 2-for-5 with a two-run single in an extra-inning win over the Royals on Sunday. Raleigh followed Julio Rodriguez's tie-breaking single in the 10th inning with his own clutch knock, pushing Dylan Moore and Rodriguez across with two more runs that would prove to be critical in the one-run victory. The veteran backstop is hitting just .214 over his last nine games, but he has a trio of two-RBI tallies during that span while hitting a solid .267 with runners in scoring position.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Absent from Tuesday's lineup

    Raleigh is not in the Mariners' lineup Tuesday versus the Athletics. Raleigh had a three-game hit streak but will begin Tuesday's matchup from the bench. In his place, Mitch Garver starts behind the plate and Mitch Haniger is the DH.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Plates pair in Friday's win

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with an RBI sacrifice fly and a run-scoring single in a win over the Angels on Friday. Raleigh's timely hitting would prove to be essential in a one-run victory, with the backstop bringing home the first run of the game with a sacrifice fly in the opening frame before delivering a fifth-inning knock to plate J.P. Crawford and extend the Mariners' lead to 4-0 at the time. Raleigh had been mired in a 1-for-17 funk over the previous six games, however, and he's recorded just a sole extra-base hit over the 43 plate appearances spanning his last 12 games after lacing 14 over his first 41 contests of the campaign.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Not in Wednesday's lineup

    Raleigh is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Astros. Raleigh started the first two games of the series but has a .403 OPS over his past 26 at-bats and will take a seat for Wednesday's contest. Mitch Garver will step in behind the plate while Mitch Haniger serves as the desigated hitter.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Sitting out Thursday

    Raleigh is absent from the lineup for Thursday's game versus the Yankees. Raleigh started the first three games of the series against the Yankees and hit a home run in Wednesday's 7-3 loss, but he'll get a breather for Thursday's afternoon tilt. Seby Zavala will draw the start at catcher.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Slugs 11th homer

    Raleigh went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Wednesday's 7-3 loss to the Yankees. Raleigh leads all major-league catchers with 11 homers this season, though he hadn't hit one out since May 11. This was his only hit over 10 at-bats across the last three games after a stretch in which he went 9-for-30 in an eight-game span. Raleigh is up to a .219/.299/.458 slash line with 28 RBI, 24 runs scored, four doubles and no stolen bases over 174 plate appearances this season.
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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Belts another homer Saturday

    Raleigh went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in a loss to the Athletics on Saturday. Raleigh's 387-foot shot to right center in the second inning served as the first run of the night for either side and also made him the first AL catcher to hit 10 or more homers in his team's first 40 games since 2003. The slugging backstop has cleared the fences four times in the last eight games alone, and he's reached safely in seven contests overall during that span.
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