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February 19, 2013 at 7:56 PM

Photos from Tuesday’s Mariner camp

Here are a few shots to give you a flavor of the varied activities at Mariner camp. I’m no Annie Leibovitz (or Geoff Baker or Greg Johns, for that matter) but I tried.

M’s undergo a pickoff drill under a grandiose Arizona sky

Pete Vukovich, advisor to Jack Zduriencik and 1982 American League Cy Young winner, takes in the workout

Top draft pick Taijuan Walker unleashes a pitch during live BP

Felix Hernandez watches the Mariners’ workout

Manager Eric Wedge watches intently while the Mariners work on rundowns.

Joe Torre, manager of Team USA and top advisor to Bud Selig, was a late visitor to M’s camp.

This was photo day, with all the players getting dressed in their game unis bright and early to run the gauntlet of photos and video shoots. Here’s Brendan Ryan at one station.

New Mariners broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith (left) chats with Rick Rizzs. They will hit the airwaves Friday to call the annual Charity Game with San Diego.

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