Carlos Santana's tenure with the Seattle Mariners looks like it might be a brief one. He hasn't played a game with the club, and the Mariners are reportedly discussing a trade with several teams.
The Tampa Bay Rays, Colorado Rockies, and Cleveland Indians - Santana's former team - have spoken with the Mariners about a trade, sources tell Corey Brock of The Athletic.
This comes shortly after the Mariners reportedly discussed Santana with the Miami Marlins.
The mariners acquired Santana alongside J.P. Crawford from the Philadelphia Phillies earlier this month for Jean Segura, Juan Nicasio, and James Pazos.
Santana, 32, has two years and $34.5 million remaining on his contract plus a $17.5-million club option for 2021. While his .229 batting average in 2018 left a lot to be desired, his ability to draw walks led to a .352 OBP, tied for 45th among qualified hitters.