Former Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story is of interest to the Seattle Mariners, who want him to play in third base. The Mariners aren't the only team eyeing Story, however. He is also drawing the attention of other teams who want him to play other positions. As per Jon Heyman:

“Trevor Story is drawing interest from the Mariners, who want him to play 3B. Story has a long list of suitors to play a multitude of positions. A lot to sort out, so as things stand no deal is likely before the impending lockout.”

Earlier in the offseason, Story rejected an $18.4 million qualifying offer from the Rockies. With Marcus Semien and Corey Seager both being signed, Story is now one of the best free agent shortstops still available. Despite this, the Rockies remain keen to retain their star shortstop.

The Mariners have already made some signings of their own. Robbie Ray reportedly agreed a five-year deal with the Seattle side on Monday, while Adam Frazier arrived via a trade with the San Diego Padres. It remains to be seen if the Mariners will push through with their interest in Story.

There are positive signs for the Mariners however. Last season, Story hit 24 home runs and had 75 runs batted in with a .251 batting average. He also totaled 139 strikeouts, which was his lowest tally since his rookie season, excluding the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.