(CBS) — That was fast!
After being dealt by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, the Seattle Mariners are reportedly promoting the former Crenshaw High School outfielder to the major league roster, according to the Tampa News Tribune.
Robinson was acquired in a 3-team deal that sent him to Seattle from Boston through the Dodgers.
It was a move that most in the baseball community were left scratching their heads.
For Robinson, his numbers in the minors were very good, and he was the hometown kid who plays LF, a position the Dodgers could use help with.
Now it appears Robinson will make his major league debut for the Mariners on Friday night in Seattle against the Red Sox and a lot of Dodger fans will be monitoring the career of Robinson from afar.