The Seattle Mariners made a trade with the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday. Seattle gave up relief pitcher Emilio Pagan and minor league infielder Alexander Campos in exchange for infielder Ryon Healy.

Healy started 38 games at first base for the Athletics in 2017, so the trade may mean that Seattle let’s free agent first baseman Yonder Alonso walk. The Mariners acquired Alonso also from the Athletics on August 6 of this year. The 2017 All-Star hit .265 with six home runs with Seattle in 42 games.

Ryon Healy

Healy appeared in 149 games for Oakland in 2017.

In addition to 38 starts at first base, the 25-year-old made 31 at third base and 77 as their designated hitter. In 605 plate appearances, he batted .271 with 25 home runs, 29 doubles, 78 RBIs, and 66 runs, along with 23 walks and 142 strikeouts. He struggled in the field when he was manning third base as he made 11 errors there.

A right-handed hitter, Healy feasted off left-handed pitching. In 144 plate appearances in 2017 against southpaws, he had a .314 batting average with seven home runs.

In his rookie season of 2016, he finished with a .305 batting average with 13 home runs and 20 doubles in 283 plate appearances. All of Healy’s defensive action in 2016 took place at third base.

Emilio Pagan

The 26-year-old Pagan made his major league debut with the Mariners on May 3 of this year. He finished the season making 34 appearances with the ball club. He pitched 50.1 innings and had a 3.22 ERA, 0.93 WHIP, and 56 strikeouts. He had a 7:1 strikeout to walk ratio as he only allowed eight bases on balls.

The right-handed pitcher excelled against hitters who also hit from the right side.

In 130 plate appearances against right-handed hitters, Pagan allowed them to only hit .189 with a .223 on-base percentage and .279 slugging percentage.

Pagan pitched 46 games in relief for the Tacoma Rainiers (AAA) in the 2016-17 seasons. During his time with Tacoma, he had a 3.14 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and struck out 10.2 batters per nine innings.

Alexander Campos

Campos will not turn 18 until February 20. He spent last year playing in the Dominican Summer League where he started 48 games at shortstop, four games at third base, and three games at second base. In 259 plate appearances, he hit .299 with two home runs, 10 doubles, and seven stolen bases. He finished with more walks (41) than strikeouts (39).

The Mariners signed Campos as a 16-year-old out of Venezuela on July 4, 2016.