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April 1, 2013 at 7:00 AM

Mariners podcast: 2013 season set to begin

Jason Bay beat out Casper Wells for the fifth outfielder's job, causing much consternation around Seattle despite the fact he clearly won the job on merit. Photo Credit: AP

Jason Bay beat out Casper Wells for the fifth outfielder’s job, causing much consternation around Seattle despite the fact he clearly won the job on merit. Photo Credit: AP

Last week, I asked some of you to forward me questions via my @gbakermariners Twitter account in order to form part of a podcast I wanted to do ahead of the 2013 season. Well, here is the result of that: this blog’s first official podcast.

We’ll try to do more of these going forward. My aim is to provide you more of the original content you already get to hear partly on Sports Radio KJR, where I will again be doing a show this year as well as a regular Monday morning session called Talkin’ Baseball with host Mitch Levy.

But many of you keep asking what you’ll get by subscribing to the Times. Well, you’ll get stuff other people won’t always have immediate access to.  We will be providing this type of content all season long. I hope you enjoy it.

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