Mariners introduce Tucker, team’s new clubhouse dog from local shelter

For the first time in franchise history, the Seattle Mariners are introducing a four-legged friend to the clubhouse.

SEATTLE — For the first time in its 45 years of existence, the Seattle Mariners are introducing a four-legged friend to the clubhouse.

Over the weekend, the Mariners organization announced it adopted a 4-year-old Labrador retriever named Tucker as the franchise’s first team dog. Tucker was taken in by OkanDogs, a local rescue shelter located in Cashmere, Washington.

Mariners’ Manager Scott Servais and his wife Jill have been working with the shelter for the past year to relocate rescue dogs to their forever homes.

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