Paciorek came to Seattle 10 years into his big league career, and stayed for four seasons in the Pacific Northwest. He provided M's fans with one of the franchise's greatest memories – game-winning homers in back-to-back games against the New York Yankees. Nicknamed "Wimpy," Paciorek had 39 homers and 197 RBI in Seattle. The fan favorite never batted below .270 in any of his years as Mariner.
The Opening Day starter in 1983, Henderson played in Seattle from 1983-84. He belted 10 homers and managed over 300 at bats in each season. Henderson's finest season as a Mariner came in his first, when he batted .294 with 54 RBI in 436 ABs.
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