Recently named a starter for the Triple-A All-Star Game, Chris Taylor was not the Mariners shortstop expected to break out in 2014. After a red-hot Spring Training, Brad Miller was the heir apparent whom the Mariners crowned Robinson Cano’s long-term double play partner. Instead, Miller stumbled his way to a sub-.200 batting average for the first two months of the season, leaving many to consider potential replacements. While Nick Franklin was the familiar option, Taylor was the revelation, torching the PCL and demonstrating unexpected pop. Miller is starting to right the ship in Seattle, but what do the Mariners have in Taylor?
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