Seattle Mariners Spring Training Lessons Learned

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Mar 20, 2014; Mesa, AZ, USA; Seattle Mariners catcher Humberto Quintero (35) celebrates with relief pitcher Yoervis Medina (31), and right fielder Endy Chavez (9) after defeating the Chicago Cubs at Cubs Park. The Mariners won 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

We are finally down to single digits! Only nine days until Spring Training is over and Seattle Mariners baseball officially begins. It has been a long, eventful– and at times uneventful– offseason.

There is still a lot to be ironed out in Spring Training, but there are still a number of things that can be taken away from Arizona thus far.

Let’s break them down…

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  • tedsfrozenhead

    How is Almonte, hitting about, .150 even enter into this? He can’t help us offensively and likely needs more time at AAA, This is Saunders make it or break it year, I hope he can put together a consistent season.

    • CharlieSpencer-Davis

      I couldn’t agree more. But he is still in camp and McClendon seems to really really like him. Could end up hurting his future and the M’s future if he is out there Opening Day and then sputters the whole season