Manager Scott Servais expects Healy to be fully ready for Opening Day, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Better yet, Servais added that the Mariners "acquired Healy to be [the] everyday first baseman. That's the plan if he's healthy and ready to go." Fellow first baseman Dan Vogelbach would likely be the starter if Healy isn't fully healthy -- he's returning from a hand injury -- and could even make the team if he is given how well the big lefty has hit this spring, but Healy has already appeared in multiple spring games. The right-handed infielder also has multiple extra-base hits already, likely solidifying his ability to take the field come Opening Day.