SEATTLE (AP) — When the games start, Kyle Seager doesn’t intend to be wearing a mask all the time. For now, in the early days of summer camp for the Seattle Mariners, the veteran third baseman has it on all the time. At the plate. In the field. It’s not enjoyable. But for him it’s necessary. Both personally and to be an example. Seager is one of the few veterans as Seattle continues its rebuild toward the future. He also has a family with three young kids and had to make the decision with his family whether it was worth playing in a 60-game season.