Update: Franklin Gutierrez returns to camp

Feb 28, 2012, 12:27 PM | Updated: 1:19 pm

By Shannon Drayer

Still nothing official from the Mariners but Franklin Gutierrez has returned to camp. He showed no visible signs of trouble but we will have to wait official word to know just what caused him to leave the field this morning.

The latest I have heard, and again this is not official, is that he felt something in the right pectoral area. He did not appear to have anything wrapped when he returned to camp.

No starting pitcher.

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