SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners expect one-time All-Star Mitch Haniger to reclaim his spot as their everyday right fielder when the team gathers for the start of spring training next month in Arizona. Haniger has gone through a long and arduous layoff filled with setbacks and surgeries, but he now has expectations of being back on the field. Manager Scott Servais says he will likely ease Haniger into spring training. He will be entering a clubhouse that looks far different from the one he was last part of in 2019 when Haniger suffered a serious injury.