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April 11, 2012 at 1:08 PM

K Kast: The M’s after six games and one-and-done hoops

The Mariners have only played six games, so it’s way too early draw conclusions. However, we open this week’s show talking about what we’ve seen so far. Things we’ve liked and issues that need to be addressed.

It looks like the team addressed one of those issues while we were recording the show, activating Adam Moore and putting Jesus Montero behind the plate Wednesday.

We also try to figure out what the Mariners will do once Mike Carp comes off the disabled list. How does the team keep its young players in the lineup while also getting Chone Figgins on the field?

From there we transition into the one-and-done issue in college basketball and wrap up with a little spring football and recruiting.

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