Even though they have acquired former Cy Young Award winner Cliff Lee, given $78 million to co-ace Felix Hernandez, signed All-Star third baseman Chone Figgins and added other pieces, the remade Mariners aren't done yet.

General manager Jack Zduriencik (zur-REN-sik) said Thursday "we're still looking for a right-handed bat" to be a designated hitter, first baseman, left fielder - or all three.

Seattle has Ken Griffey Jr. penciled in at DH, but the slugger is 40 and coming off his second knee surgery in 12 months.

The Mariners recently traded with the Cubs for Milton Bradley in hopes the 31-year-old can play left field and perhaps DH.

Seattle also acquired defensive whiz Casey Kotchman to play first base, but he lacks needed power.