Updated: June 2, 2003, 8:25 AM ETBy Jim Baker
American League Seattle Mariners: With interleague play in National League parks looming, Edgar Martinez has to take a powder writes Larry Larue of the Tacoma News Tribune. Batting average, slugging average, on base percentage, runs batted in, walks --artinez leads the club in all those things but the Phillies and Mets will not have to worry about him this week other than as a pinch hitter deluxe. Texas Rangers: Texas starters have surrendered the most walks in the American League and it's getting to manager Buck Showalter, writes Ken Daley in today's Dallas Morning News. Meanwhile, there is no word from the Rangers as to the disposition of their would-be ace, Chan Ho Park. When last seen, Park was continuing his rehab assignment in Oklahoma City.
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