It was a very difficult decision to place Ichiro on the disabled list, especially since we know how important it is to him to help the teamIchiro Suzuki goes to disabled list Apr 03, 2009
When we selected Dustin, we knew he was a special player and a special personMariners sign top pick Ackley Aug 18, 2009
Tyler is a pitcher we had identified early on as a guy who could help us in the bullpenMariners bring Tyler Walker aboard Jan 07, 2009
We are very pleased to have come to terms with our first-round selectionBrewers quickly sign top No. 1 draft pick Jun 08, 2006
He has raw power, tremendous makeup and a great family history in the game that will help him as he begins his trip through our minor league system and on to the major leaguesIn Sports from United Press International Jun 17, 2002
John A. “Jack” Zduriencik (pronounced /zɜrˈɛnsɪk/; born January 11, 1951 in New Castle, PA) is the General Manager of Major League Baseball's Seattle Mariners. He has developed a reputation as a baseball executive who excels in finding, drafting, and developing talented young ballplayers.
Jack Zduriencik began his career in professional baseball as a second baseman in the Chicago White Sox farm system. From 1973 to 1974, he spent time playing for both the Gulf Coast White Sox and the Appleton Foxes.
Following his playing career, Jack spent several years as a coach for both baseball and football. His coaching tour included stops at Austin Peay State University (1975-77), Clairton High School (PA, 1977-80), and Tarpon Springs High School (FL, 1980-82).