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Hear from the Mariners' new manager Don Wakamatsu after becoming the first Asian-American skipper in major league baseball. Wakamatsu spent last season as the Athletics bench coach.
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I welcome the challenge here to look to bring world champion to the Seattle and to the fans of the Seattle Mariners from that's number one is is is something that the that is our goal is an organization to come together. And there's there's Jackson do acquire some talent and and put a product on the field that everybody be proud of I've had some great success in the passel. There's if only came from a group effort and it's not a cliche it's it's his starting. From the minor league system always all the way up and and Jack is is -- -- guys have mentioned before I I believe -- all -- he's done he's been there. He's got the same vision that I have so I think together we can do a lot of good times. There's no other place to play. That the loyalty -- the passion there's a lot of people in baseball I would agree with me when they come into the stadium. That is electric and it's been a -- and -- advantage or or fair and then they want to see good baseball. So obviously as a minister before the ownership check myself. That's something we care about deeply. That we bring a product and we have some accountability -- the players have some accountability you view. Your money's worth and so that's our goal -- there were going to do whatever we can and our power. To provide Foster -- entertainment as some some some some repayment and a sense.