Seattle Mariners - Major League Baseball announced Monday that 12 Mariners and Angels were to be disciplined

following Sunday's incident in Anaheim where benches were cleared. This led to an on-field brawl. Each one of Seattle's

players is sure to be appealing. They have been advised that the Mariners can spread the suspensions so that

they don't lose the three of them for the same stretch. The club can't replace players on the 40 man roster. This

means that players who are suspended will be left shorthanded. These three Mariners players were the only ones

to be ejected in Sunday's 2-1 defeat. Despite the appeal process, Monday's announcement is still a disappointment for

the Mariners. They are currently without key contributors Ty France and Mitch Haniger, as well as Kyle Lewis

due to injuries. Crawford, Winker, and Rodriguez are their top three bats, ranking among Seattle's top 5 in wins over

replacement among position players according to FanGraphs. On Monday, Luis Torrens, catcher, was placed on

the 10-day injured-list after sustaining left shoulder inflammation in the fight. The Mariners began a seven-game