PEORIA, Az–Leonys Martin finally arrived in the Mariners clubhouse just minutes before it closed for meetings Wednesday morning. It was a scurry of activity with Martin looking for his locker and familiar faces. He greeted the media in the room warmly with handshakes for all and said he would talk after practice. It has been a […]
Mariners manager Scott Servais made it clear that Daniel Vogelbach would need to show improved defense at first base if he is going to make the club. The early impressions have been positive.
Mariners reliever Steve Cishek threw Tuesday for the first time since hip labrum surgery in October, and all went well.
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