SEATTLE (AP) — Edgar Martinez will go into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, the first player to spend his entire career with the Seattle Mariners and find his way into Cooperstown. His numbers are staggering after 18 years. But they are often overlooked as most of his career was spent tucked away in the Pacific Northwest on a team that until the magical 1995 season got little notice on the national stage. Martinez hit .312 with 309 home runs in 2,055 career games with the Mariners.