Darnell Coles vs. Mickey Brantley

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Darnell Coles
Coles made two trips in Seattle throughout his long major league career, which spanned from 1983-1997. The Mariners' first round pick (sixth overall) in the 1980 amateur draft, Coles played in a limited role with Seattle from 1983-85. He returned to the Mariners in a deal with Pittsburgh in 1988, where he played up until midway through 1990, when he was traded to Detroit for Tracy Jones. Coles recorded 278 hits as a member of the Mariners, his best season coming in 1989 when he batted .252 with 10 HR and 59 RBI in 535 at bats.

Mickey Brantley
The Mariners' second-round pick in the 1983 amateur draft, Brantley played with the big-league club from 1986-1989. In those four seasons, Brantley banged out 295 hits, 32 HR and 125 RBI while playing mostly in a reserve role. The right-handed hitter's best season came in 1988, when he .263 with 15 HR, 56 RBI and 18 SB in 577 at bats.

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