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  • Mariners' Rangel Ravelo: Removed from big-league camp

    The Mariners reassigned Ravelo to minor-league camp Saturday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    After signing an NRI deal with Seattle in the offseason, Ravelo appeared in just two games and logged one hit in four trips to the plate. Ravelo slashed .310/.428/.473 with 35 RBI with the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate last year, and he may see time in the big leagues this season if his bat stays hot in the minors.

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  • Mariners' Sean Poppen: Shifts to minors camp

    The Mariners reassigned Poppen to minor-league camp, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Poppen appeared in two games for the Mariners this spring, surrendering just one hit while striking out three batters, but he will be removed from big-league camp nonetheless. Poppen logged a 6.33 ERA and 1.88 WHIP over 58.1 innings in Triple-A last season and will presumably begin the season in Tacoma.

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  • Mariners' Heath Hembree: Sent to minors camp

    The Mariners reassigned Hembree to minor-league camp Saturday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Hembree threw a perfect inning during his lone appearance of the spring, but his chances to make the team were always slim. The 35-year-old righty will head to Triple-A Tacoma to provide the Mariners with organizational depth in the bullpen.

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  • Mariners' Cory Abbott: Moved to minors camp

    The Mariners reassigned Abbott to minor-league camp Saturday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Abbott surrendered two runs over one inning during his lone spring appearance with Seattle, and he'll officially drop out of the race for the Opening Day roster as the Mariners make their first round of cuts. Abbott will likely begin 2024 in Triple-A, where he posted a 4.98 ERA and 1.38 WHIP across 56 innings last season.

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  • Mariners' Julio Rodriguez: Back in lineup

    Rodriguez (hand) is batting second and starting in center field for Saturday's Cactus League game against Oakland, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports.

    Rodriguez developed minor inflammation on the back of his left hand after taking batting practice Monday but was able to wear his glove and play catch the next day. Now fully healed, the 23-year-old All-Star is set to return to Cactus League play without any limitations.

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  • Mariners' Cole Young: Thriving early in spring

    Young went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the White Sox on Thursday.

    The precocious 20-year-old extended his spring hitting streak to three games with his fifth-inning solo shot. The fact Young is enjoying early success against big-league arms this spring isn't necessarily surprising, considering he's done nothing but hit over his first four minor-league stops in his first two professional seasons. Young has slashed .286/.402/.858 across stints ranging from Rookie ball to High-A, complementing those eye-catching figures with equally impressive 14.2 percent and 14.5 percent walk and strikeout rates, respectively. Young likely doesn't have much left to prove at High-A Everett after a productive 48-game stint there last season, so he's almost certainly ticketed to start the campaign at Double-A Arkansas.

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  • Mariners' Brian Anderson: Belts homer in Cactus League loss

    Anderson went 1-for-2 with a two-run home run in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the White Sox on Thursday.

    Anderson's shot into right center in the second inning with Cade Marlowe aboard snapped a 1-1 tie. Anderson was a somewhat under-the-radar signing by the Mariners at the start of spring camp, and Thursday marked his Cactus League debut. With Luis Urias (shoulder) still rounding back into shape and limited to designated hitter duties for the time being, Anderson should have a solid amount of opportunity to make his case as a non-roster invitee in coming exhibitions.

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  • Mariners' Cade Marlowe: Productive in Cactus League loss

    Marlowe went 2-for-2 with an RBI single, a double, a stolen base and two runs in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the White Sox on Thursday.

    Marlowe was reasonably effective during his first taste of the majors last season, posting a .239/.330/.420 slash line with eight extra-base hits (three doubles, two triples, three home runs), 11 RBI and four stolen bases among his contributions. The 26-year-old, who's capable of slotting in across the outfield, had opened spring training in a brief 0-for-6 skid before Thursday's breakout.

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  • Mariners' Matt Brash: Should resume throwing next week

    Brash was diagnosed with medial right elbow inflammation Friday and is expected to start playing catch early next week, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Recent reports indicated Brash could be dealing with a serious arm injury, but it appears to be a more minor issue that won't keep him shut down for long. Still, the right-hander is likely to begin the season on the injured list, with the Mariners expected to build him up cautiously.

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  • Mariners' Luis Urias: Throwing in infield drills

    Urias (shoulder) will do some throwing in infield drills Friday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    He will still be somewhat limited, but it's a step forward as he works his way back from right shoulder inflammation. Urias is still serving as a designated hitter in Cactus League games -- he went 1-for-2 with a triple and a run against the White Sox in that capacity Thursday -- but he will probably require an injured list stint if he's not able to play the field by Opening Day.

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  • Mariners' Luis Castillo: Encouraged by early velocity

    Castillo, who fired a couple of 96-mph fastballs during his Cactus League debut Monday against the Reds, is encouraged he has that level of velocity early in camp, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. "It's telling me that I'm healthy," Castillo said. "We're going to continue to be in the same routine, and hopefully that velocity will keep going up."

    Castillo notably opened spring training a year ago throwing his four-seamer in the high 80s, so the increase is certainly noteworthy. The veteran right-hander, who fell just one win short of tying his career high of 15 victories last season, will once again helm the Mariners' rotation and limited Cincinnati to a walk over two hitless innings in his spring debut. Castillo plans to continue relying heavily on his fastball in 2024, considering hitters mustered just a .165 average and .384 slugging percentage against it while swinging and missing 33 percent of the time in 2023.

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  • Mariners' Taylor Trammell: First hits of spring Wednesday

    Trammell went 2-for-2 with an RBI double, a stolen base and a run in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the Royals on Wednesday.

    After going 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts in his first two Cactus League games, Trammell broke out for a highly productive afternoon. The 26-year-old prospect has hit well at Triple-A Tacoma but struggled throughout his time in the majors over his last three seasons, producing just a .168 average, .639 OPS and 37.0 percent strikeout rate across the 351 career plate appearances he's logged against big-league arms. The offseason additions of Mitch Haniger and Luke Raley have fortified the Mariners' corner outfield spots, but Trammell could potentially carve out a role as a reserve option in both the outfield and at designated hitter with a strong enough spring.

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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Belts homer in Cactus League loss

    Raleigh went 1-for-2 with a three-run home run in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the Royals on Wednesday.

    Raleigh connected off Chris Stratton with Nick Solak and Alberto Rodriguez aboard in the third inning to extend the Mariners' lead to 4-0 at the time. The slugging backstop has belted 57 homers over the last two seasons, and he'll once again be counted on as a primary power source in Seattle's lineup while logging the majority of the time behind the dish. Mitch Garver, signed by the Mariners in the offseason, is expected to serve as the designated hitter almost exclusively.

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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Impresses in Cactus League debut

    Gilbert did not factor into the decision in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the Royals on Wednesday, firing two scoreless innings during which he issued a walk and recorded three strikeouts.

    The talented right-hander put together a nearly perfect performance as he begins a process of trying to be more creative with his pitch mix in deeper counts and attacking right-handed hitters, who have a .741 OPS against him thus far in his career. Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports Gilbert feels the most comfortable he has to date entering a season, partly due to his experience and the addition of a splitter that he is hoping will make him less predictable. "I have more options this year," Gilbert said. "The main thing is just not getting yourself boxed in, especially in this league. I have to really find a way to get myself out if I get myself in a jam with guys on and I'm behind in the count, being able to get out of that. And I think I have the weapons to do that now."

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  • Mariners' Julio Rodriguez: Likely to join lineup Saturday

    Mariners manager Scott Servais said that he expects Rodriguez (hand) to play in Saturday's Cactus League game against the Athletics, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    According to Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM, Rodriguez will take some swings in the batting cage and possibly on the back fields of camp Wednesday as he continues to ramp back up following a bout with left hand inflammation. Rodriguez was also able to play catch in the outfield Tuesday, so wearing a glove on the injured hand apparently isn't too bothersome for the 23-year-old.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Checks out well after throwing

    Mariners manager Scott Servais said Santos (lat) checked out well after playing catch Tuesday, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports.

    According to Servais, Santos was throwing hard while playing catch, but he's still not been cleared to advance to mound work as he looks to shake off right lat soreness. Santos could get the green light to throw a bullpen session after he plays catch again later this week.

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  • Mariners' Luis Urias: Could need IL stint

    Urias (shoulder) could require a stint on the injured list to begin the season, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

    Urias is currently limited to light tossing from about 70 feet as he works his way back from right shoulder inflammation, suggesting that he's probably not close to being cleared to play third base in a game. Divish also writes that Urias showed up to camp "in less-than-stellar shape" following a poor showing in the Mexican Pacific Winter League. The plan has been to platoon Urias and Josh Rojas at third base, but if Urias isn't ready, Dylan Moore and/or Sam Haggerty could be used some at the hot corner. Seattle also recently signed Brian Anderson as a non-roster invitee, a move that may or may not have been directly related to Urias' situation.

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  • Mariners' Matt Brash: Could have serious arm injury

    Brash (elbow) could be sidelined for a significant period of time, perhaps for the entire season, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

    Brash and the Mariners haven't revealed where exactly the reliever is hurting, but Divish notes that the righty was looking down at his elbow while discussing the injury. Divish also hears from sources that the injury could potentially be long term and, at the very least, is likely to result in an injured list stint to begin the season. Brash struck out 107 batters over 70.2 innings last season and his potential loss would be a devastating blow to Seattle's bullpen.

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  • Mariners' George Kirby: Struggles in first spring start

    Kirby didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's Cactus League tie with the Giants, allowing four runs (three earned) on four hits over 1.1 innings.

    The talented right-hander was spotted an early 2-0 lead courtesy of Mitch Garver's home run in the top of the first, but Kirby quickly squandered it by allowing an RBI single to LaMonte Wade and then loading the bases. Kirby was pulled for Jarod Bayless, who promptly surrendered a grand slam to Patrick Bailey, before coming back out for the second inning and tossing a scoreless frame. Per MLB.com, Kirby faced nine hitters and hit 95 mph on his fastball while also working in plenty of breaking pitches.

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  • Mariners' Mitch Garver: Slugs first Mariners homer

    Garver went 1-for-2 with a two-run home run in the Mariners' Cactus League tie with the Giants on Tuesday.

    The offseason addition belted a Jordan Hicks offering in the first inning into the left field seats with Dylan Moore aboard to give Seattle an early 2-0 lead. The hit marked Garver's first in what was his second Cactus League game, and making it all the more impressive was it came off one of Hicks' signature triple-digit sinkers, per Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle. Garver drew the start at designated hitter, where he's expected to log nearly all his playing time in 2024.

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Injuries

Player Injury
M. Brash RP Matt Brash RP Elbow
L. Urias 2B Luis Urias 2B Shoulder
G. Santos RP Gregory Santos RP Lat
E. Bazardo RP Eduard Bazardo RP Undisclosed

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