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March 13, 2014 at 8:43 AM

Mariners lineups and notes

Thursday, March 13, 2014 – Salt River Fields (1:10 pm)

             Seattle Mariners (12-4-1)             

Arizona Diamondbacks (9-7-3)

No.

Player Pos.  

No.

Player Pos.

9

Endy Chavez (L) CF

8

Gerardo Parra (L) RF

8

Willie Bloomquist 3B

2

Aaron Hill DH

22

Robinson Cano (L) 2B

44

Paul Goldschmidt 1B

17

Justin Smoak (S) DH

12

Eric Chavez (L) 3B

20

Logan Morrison (L) 1B

15

Mark Trumbo LF

6

Nick Franklin (S) SS

11

A.J. Pollock CF

13

Dustin Ackley (L) LF

1

Didi Gregorius (L) SS

55

Michael Saunders (L) RF

9

Tuffy Gosewisch C

3

Mike Zunino C

4

Cliff Pennington (S) 2B

Starting Pitcher

Starting Pitcher

49

Blake Beavan RHP

25

Archie Bradley RHP

 

DATE TIME OPP MARINERS OPPONENT
3/13 1:10 pm @ARI Blake Beavan (RHP) Archie Bradley (RHP)
3/14 6:40 pm @COL Felix Hernandez (RHP) Franklin Morales (LHP)
3/15 1:05 pm SF James Paxton (LHP) TBA
3/16 1:10 pm @LAA Scott Baker (RHP) TBA

*Game times listed are local to Arizona

There’s your lineup for today’s game

Now for a few notes from manager Lloyd McClendon’s meeting with the media this morning:

— Corey Hart remains out of the lineup with what McClendon said is a stiff lower back. Hart is well enough to play, but they decided to hold him out for one more day.

— Taijuan Walker is scheduled for a 25-pitch bullpen session this morning. McClendon said it will feature nothing but fastballs. It will also not be open to the media as McClendon said Walker doesn’t need the sideshow right now, insisting that Walker is fine and that he is “going to be back.” Walker will then throw 40 pitches in his next session.

— Robinson Cano is playing for the fourth straight day. McClendon said he wants to play and that if Cano wants to play “then you play him.”

— Stephen Pryor, dealing with a back injury, is getting better, to the point where he could pitch this spring, McClendon said.

 

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