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Mariners rookies traveled in costume, including the Kool-Aid man and a Chippendale Chris Farley look-alike

Oh Yeah! Making rookies wear ridiculous things has become as ingrained in baseball as the seventh-inning stretch, peanuts and the smell of fresh cut grass. Many rookies spend their inaugural seasons in the big leagues wearing children’s backpacks every day or getting ridiculous haircuts or dressing up for road trips. That includes the rookies in Seattle, who all donned some interesting costumes on Wednesday.
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