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The Mariners continue to receive positive reports on rehabbing relievers Steve Cishek and Tony Zych, two right-handers who could help reinforce the Mariners' bullpen sometime during the first month of the season.
After missing four days with nasty head colds, Mariners standouts Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz were back working out with the club on Monday morning, though neither was in the lineup for the afternoon's game against the Padres.
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Taylor Motter hit a home run for the second time in as many days, and Drew Smyly allowed three home runs in his return from the World Baseball Classic. Jose Peraza raised his average to .350 with two hits, including a home run.
Manager Scott Servais says the Mariners are looking at the strong possibility of opening the season with an extra arm in the bullpen. So the question now is what eight relievers would make up that crew?
Seattle reliever Tony Zych, who had offseason biceps surgery, made his first Cactus League appearance on Sunday against the Reds, tossing a scoreless inning.
The Mariners took another step toward narrowing down their pitching staff on Sunday, optioning starter Chris Heston to Triple-A Tacoma and also reassigning veteran non-roster invitees Cody Martin, Nick Hagadone and Jean Machi to Minor League camp.
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Dillon Overton, a southpaw acquired from the A's in January, threw six innings of one-run ball in his second Cactus League start as Seattle topped the Rangers, 3-1.
In the second surprise of Mariners camp, left-hander Ariel Miranda was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday as the club intends to keep him stretched out as a starting option rather than open the season as a second lefty in the bullpen.
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Though he was still dealing with the aftereffects of the nasty head cold virus going around the Mariners' clubhouse, left-hander James Paxton got in 5 1/3 innings of work in a Minor League start Saturday and said he feels ready for the regular season.
Jarrod Dyson relies on his wheels as one of Major League Baseball's premier speedsters, so the Mariners are giving him time to rest up before beginning the final push for the regular season next week.
Edwin Diaz returned from the World Baseball Classic on Friday sporting the blond-topped head made famous by his Puerto Rican team as it advanced to the championship game of the 16-team tournament.
Kyle Seager continued warming up with his first Cactus League home run and Hisashi Iwakuma pitched 5 2/3 strong innings on Friday afternoon as a Mariners split squad topped the Royals, 4-1, at Peoria Stadium.
Eight Angels pitchers combined to no-hit a Mariners split squad on Friday night, leading the Halos to a 4-0 win in the lone night game of the spring at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
The assumption all spring has been that the Mariners needed a right-handed-hitting backup outfielder to complement lefty-swinging Jarrod Dyson in left field, meaning Guillermo Heredia had the inside track over southpaw Ben Gamel in the chase for the extra spot.
The Mariners blanked the Giants for six innings Thursday, riding a masterful pitching performance behind their ace, Felix Hernandez. The Giants could muster only one hit through the first six innings as Seattle went on to a 9-2 triumph.
Rookie Daniel Vogelbach, who was expected to open the season as Seattle's starting first baseman, instead was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday.
One of the few roster battles in Mariners camp appears all but finalized now as Taylor Motter will open the season as the club's utility player with Shawn O'Malley expected to miss about 10 to 14 days following his appendectomy surgery Tuesday.
Tony Zych fired a sharp 1-2-3 inning against a Texas Double-A squad and Steve Cishek looked strong in a 22-pitch bullpen session as Seattle's two rehabbing relievers took big steps forward Thursday.
Ben Revere and Eric Young Jr. ripped back-to-back home runs in the second inning and Yusmeiro Petit turned in a strong start as an Angels split squad topped the Mariners, 9-8, under overcast skies at Peoria Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Shawn O'Malley wasted no time getting back to Mariners camp Wednesday, checking into the clubhouse and meeting with the team's athletic trainers around 10 a.m. after undergoing an appendectomy surgery the previous evening. The question now is how soon the versatile utility man can return to the field, and that remains to be seen.
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Mariners reliever Nick Vincent gave up his fifth home run in 5 2/3 innings this spring with a solo shot by Jefry Marte of the Angels in Seattle's 9-8 loss Wednesday at Peoria Stadium, but manager Scott Servais says the parade of long balls isn't a concern.
Jerry Krause made his name in the NBA as the general manager of a Chicago Bulls franchise that won six championships. It was no surprise to longtime baseball executive Mel Didier, who worked with Krause to scout future NL Most Valuable Player Award winner Kirk Gibson when both men worked for the Seattle Mariners in 1978.
Yonder Alonso and Trevor Plouffe continued their strong springs for the A's with two hits and two RBIs each as Oakland topped the Mariners, 8-5, Tuesday despite a productive return by Robinson Cano from the World Baseball Classic.
The big boys are back, at least most of them for the Mariners, who on Tuesday looked a lot more like the group fans can expect to see with the return of Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz, Jean Segura and Felix Hernandez following the ouster of their teams from the World Baseball Classic.
Before the Mariners reported to camp, we took a shot at projecting the final 25-man roster that would emerge from the initial 63 players invited to compete for jobs. So now with two weeks left before Opening Day and that number whittled to 45, it seems the perfect time to check back and see what's changed.
Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto are known as one of the more forward-thinking, analytics-friendly manager-general maanger tandems in the Majors. But that doesn't mean they can't get old school.