The shortstop of Seattle Mariners, Jean Segura, came back from paternity leave and is back in line for Monday's game against the Houston Astros.
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The All-Star, which leads the Mariners with a .314 average, is third in the first game of a crucial series of three games in Seattle, facing right-hander Gerrit Cole.
The Mariners also called the outfielder Ben Gamel of Tacoma, in Triple A. Gamel, who was chosen for Tacoma on August 1, batted .90 in 72 games for the Mariners and batted .349 in Tacoma. Gamel will play in the right field and will be the seventh.
Seattle seeks outrage after 27-7 to be worn in a series of three games against Los Angeles Dodgers during the weekend. The Mariners won a victory in the series.
The Mariners stand behind the Oakland athletics, three and a half play away from the fight for second place in the wild and they stand behind the Astros four and a half games in the AL West.
In the corresponding movements, the Mariners selected outfielder Guillermo Heredia for Tacoma and rightfielder Matt Festa was sent back to Arkansas, in Double A.