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March 28, 2011 at 11:14 AM

Josh Wilson released by Mariners

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Well, cancel everything you read in the previous post. Josh Wilson was just released by the Mariners. The move frees up a spot on the 40-man roster, but who will get it? Remains to be seen.
One thing’s for sure: this final week of camp has been a lot more interesting than it appeared it might be a few days ago.


Will infielder Luis Rodriguez be added to the roster? Or, is somebody going to be brought in from outside the organization?
Mariners hitting coach Chris Chambliss has worked with Rodriguez before — at Class AAA Charlotte last year — and likes him a lot. So, maybe there’s a surprise in-the-making right there.
In otehr news, the Mariners actually made a move most people could see coming this morning, purchasing the contracts of pitchers Chris Ray and Jamey Wright.
As for the bullpen beyond that, I’m not even going to bother trying to guess anymore.

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