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03.29.14 ST Game Information

03.29.14 ST Game Information

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TODAY’S TILT
…the Mariners (18-11-3) conclude their 38th spring training today with a 12:10 pm game vs. the Colorado Rockies (14-14-4) at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick…right-hander
Chris  Young
will make his Mariners debut after signing as a free agent on Thursday.
 ALSO SCHEDULED TO PITCH
…the Mariners are also scheduled to throw the following pitchers: RH
Hector Noesi
, RH
Danny Farquhar
, LH
Charlie Furbush
, LH
Joe Beimel
…minor league extras include: RH
Stephen Kohlscheen
, RH
Jonathan Arias
, RH
Mayckol Guaipe
.
LID LIFTERS
…the Mariners open the 2014 season Monday night in Anaheim vs. the Angels…Seattle is 22-15 in season openers, including a current 7-game Opening Day winning streak…have won 8 of the last 9 season openers, including Opening Day shutouts in 2007 (4-0 vs. OAK) and 2013 (2-0 at OAK).
OPENING DAY WIN STREAK ON THE LINE
…the Mariners have won 7 consecutive season openers to extend a club record…Seattle’s previous record for consecutive Opening Day wins was 5 straight from 1982-86…the last club to record an Opening Day winning streak of 8 or more games was the Cincinnati Reds, with a 9-game OD winning streak from 1983-1991.
ROSTER MOVES
…the Mariners set their Opening Day roster yesterday by making the following roster moves: optioned RH
Blake Beavan
, LH
Lucas Luetge
 & infielder
Nick Franklin
 to AAA Tacoma, reassigned right-handers
Dominic Leone
,
Carson Smith
,
Ramon Ramirez
 &
Zach Miner
, outfielder
Endy Chavez
 & catcher
Humberto Quintero
 to minor league camp…selected the contracts of left-handers
Roenis Elias
 &
Joe Beimel
…to make room on the 40-man roster, infielder
Carlos Triunfel
 & outfielder
 Xavier Avery 
 were designated for assignment.
THE STARTING 5
…manager
Lloyd McClendon
 has named his starting rotation to open the season: RH
Felix Hernandez
, RH
Erasmo Ramirez
, LH
James Paxton
, LH
Roenis Elias
, RH
Chris Young
will be the first time to open a season with two rookies (Paxton & Elias) in the starting rotation since Mike Hampton and John Cummings in 1993
.
HITTING LEADERS
Robinson Cano
 is batting .429 (21x49), tied for the 11th-highest batting average in spring club history (needs 1 AB today to officially qualify)…
Brad Miller
(.417/25x60) ranks 21st on the same list and
Dustin Ackley
(.394/26x66) is just outside of the .400 club.
ROAD WARRIORS
the Mariners are 11-4-2 this spring when playing as the road team.
CACTUS MVP?
Brad Miller
is 3rd in the Cactus League batting .417 (25x60), and leads all players in spring training play with 14 extra-base hits (HR - 4, 2B - 6, 3B - 4)…also among Cactus League leaders with a .850 slugging percentage (1st) and a 1.328 OPS (2nd), and leads the circuit in runs scored (17) and total bases (51)…Miller has recorded a hit in 13 of 20 games, including 9 multi-hit games (three 3-hit games).
COVER BOY 
Robinson Cano
graces one of four regional covers of
Sports Illustrated’s
 baseball preview issue that hit newstands yesterday…other regional covers include: Mike Trout (Angels), Yadier Molina (Cardinals) and Masahiro Tanaka (Yankees).
TOP PLAYERS
Baseball Tonight 
 rated
Felix Hernandez
(5th) and
Robinson Cano
 (7th) among the best players in the Majors in their annual Top 100…Seattle is the only team with two players in the top-7…Detroit is the only other team with two players in the top 10, Miguel Cabrera (2nd) and Justin Verlander (10th).
CACTUS LEAGUE NUGGETS
The Mariners 18 spring wins are tied for 4th-most in club history, trailing 22 wins (2013), 21 (1994), 20 (1999) and tied with 1998 and 2004.
Michael Saunders
is T10th in the Cactus League with 13 RBI (6 2-out RBI).
Dustin Ackley 
 leads the Cactus League and 2nd among all players (M. Ca-brera - 28) with 26 hits during spring play.Minor leaguer
Tyler Smith
 is batting .571 (8x14) with 9 runs scored, 1 doules, 1 triple, 1 home runs and 6 RBI in 13 games.
Abraham Almonte
 has started 21 of the Mariners 32 games (all in CF).
Stefen Romero
 is batting .410 (16x39) after opening spring play 0-for-16.
DID YOU KNOW
…that
Chris Young
 is one of 6 pitchers in Major League history who is listed at 6-10 or above?…Young joins Jon Rauch (6-11), Randy Johnson (6-10), Andy Sisco (6-10), Eric Hillman (6-10) and Andrew Brackman (6-10) as the other baseball giants on the mound.
TODAY’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Chris Young (0-0, 3.48 w/WAS) vs. LHP Franklin Morales (3-1, 2.21)12:10 pm
 Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle
 TV: ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher TELEVISION
Monday March 31 @LAA 7:05 pm RH
Felix Hernandez
(12-10, 3.04 in ‘13) vs. RH Jered Weaver (11-8, 3.27 in ‘13)
ROOT 
 /ESPN2Tuesday April 1 @LAA 7:05 pm RH
Erasmo Ramirez
(5-3, 4.98 in ‘13) vs. LH C.J. Wilson (17-7, 3.39 in ‘13)
ROOT 
Wednesday April 2 @LAA 7:05 pm LH
James Paxton
(3-0, 1.50 in ‘13) vs. LH Hector Santiago (4-9, 3.56 in ‘13)
ROOT  All game broadcast on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio Network.
Saturday, March 29, 2014 Game #33 Salt River Fields
SEATTLE MARINERS (18-11-3) at COLORADO ROCKIES (14-14-4)
 
Road #18SPRING RECORD
Overall Record ...........................18-11-3PEORIA STADIUM .........................8-7-1Home Record ................................7-7-1Road Record ...............................11-4-2Current Streak ..................................W1
THE COUNTDOWN
2
 days to Opening Day, 3/31 at LAA 
10
 days to Home Opener, 4/8 vs. LAA 
UPCOMING SCHEDULE
March 29 .................at Colorado (12:10)March 30 ....Workout in Anaheim (4 pm)March 31 ...........Season Opener at LAA 
Bold - Peoria Stadium
RECENT RESULTS
March 21 ...........................L, 2-7 vs. SDMarch 22 ..........................L, 5-6 at OAKMarch 22 ..........................L, 3-4 at COLMarch 23 .......................W, 6-4 vs. OAKMarch 24 .......................L, 6-7 vs. CWSMarch 25 ...........................W, 9-6 at KCMarch 26 ...........................L, 3-5 at TEXMarch 28 .......................W, 3-2 vs. COL
BY THE NUMBERS
.429
Robinson Cano
 is batting .429 (21x49) with hits in 13 of 17 games.
1.14
ERA of
Erasmo Ramirez
(3 ER, 23.2 IP) in 6 appearances (5 starts) this spring.
6-10
Chris Young
 will tie Randy Johnson for the tallest Mariners player in club history when he makes his 2014 debut.
14
Extra-base hits by
Brad Miller
 to lead all players in spring training play.
26
Dustin Ackley 
 leads the Cactus League with 26 hits.
THE ROSTER
The spring roster is at
28
 players: 15 pitchers, 2 catchers (0 non-roster), 6 infielders (0 non-roster) and 5 outfielders (0 non-roster)…three pitchers -
Taijuan Walker
,
Hisashi Iwakuma
,
Stephen Pryor
 - are expected to go on the disabled list.
ON THE AIR
Today’s game vs. the Rockies will be broadcast on ESPN 710 Seattle at 12:10 pm…
Rick Rizzs
&
 Aaron Goldsmith
 will call the game from Peoria…the game will also be televised in a joint production between
ROOT SPORTS NW
 and Rocky Mountain.
 PEORIA SPORTS COMPLEX • 15707 N 83rd Ave • (P) 623.776.4800 • (F) 623.776.4829 • www.mariners.com • @Mariners
MARINERS ALL-TIMESPRING HITTING LEADERS
Player Year Avg AB H
Michael Morse 2008 .492 65 32Edgar Martinez 1996 .491 55 27Juan Bernhardt 1977 .490 51 25Edgar Martinez 1997 .485 68 33Chris Shelton 2009 .460 50 23Raul Ibañez 2006 .443 61 27Edgar Martinez 2003 .441 68 30Ichiro Suzuki 2005 .437 71 31Rich Renteria 1988 .435 69 30Darren Bragg 1996 .433 60 26
Robinson Cano^ 2014 .429 49 21
Mike Cameron 2003 .429 56 24Ichiro Suzuki 2004 .429 56 24
 [minimum 50 at-bats]^ Cano needs 1 AB to qualify 
 
TODAY’S STARTING PITCHER -- #53 — CHRIS YOUNG (RHP)
 YEAR TEAM W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB SO
2013 Syracuse 1-2 7.88 7 7 0 0 32.0 50 31 28 9 14 16 GCL Nationals 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 2 Auburn 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 1 3 2014 SPRING (w/WAS) 0-0 3.48 4 2 0 0 10.1 8 4 4 2 4 9 
MLB Totals 53-43 3.79 159 159 1 0 890.2 745 401 375 109 342 755
2014 Spring Training:
 0-0, 3.48 in 4 G, 2 GS, with Washington Nationals prior to signing with Seattle.Signed with Mariners March 27.He spent the 2013 season in Nationals minor league system, posting a record of 1-2 with a 6.81 ERA (28 ER, 37.0 IP) with 21 strikeouts in nine appearances, all starts, with AAA Syracuse (7 GS), short-season Auburn (1 GS) and the Gulf Coast League Nationals (1 GS). Underwent a right shoulder thoracic outlet decompression procedure on June 11 which was performed by Dr. Robert Thompso.Veteran of nine minor league seasons with the Rangers (2004-2005), Padres (2006-2010) and Mets (2012) he has combined to go 53-43 with a 3.79 ERA (375 ER, 890.2 IP) in 159 career starts.Was an All-Star with San Diego in 2007. Began prof career in 2000 in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization before being traded to the Montreal Expos before the 2003 season.He earned a B.A. in politics from Princeton where he played baseball and two seasons of basketball and was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year in both sports in 1999.
 ALSO SCHEDULED TO PITCH…
#45 — Hector Noesi (rhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 0-0, 2.77 in 6 G...tossed 3.0 ShO IP 3/22 at OAK (2 H)...allowed 2 ER in 2.0 IP 3/18 vs. SD...worked 2.1 ShO IP 3/13 at AZ...allowed 2 ER in 2.0 IP 3/8 at SF...2.0 IP, 1 H, 1 BB 3/4 at LAD...4 BF in 1.2 IP 3/1 vs. LAA; induced GIDP from 1st BF, then tossed 1-2-3 frame.Was 0-1, 6.59 (20 ER, 27.1 IP) in 12 appearances (1 start) over four stints with the Mariners in 2013.Was 4-3, 5.00 (43 ER, 77.1 IP) in 17 games (13 starts) with AAA Tacoma and AA Jackson.Started the year with AA Jackson, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 11.0 IP)…named Southern League Pitcher of the Week (April 4-14).Pitched for Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Winter League (3-1, 2.30 ERA).
#40 — Danny Farquhar (rhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 0-1-1, 3.60 in 10 G: 1.0 ShO IP at TEX 3/26 (1 H, 1 K)...0.2 ShO IP 3/24 vs. CWS (1 H, 1 K)...touched for 1 ER in 2.0 IP 3/21 vs. SD (2 H, 1 K)...pitched 1-2-3 inning 3/19 vs. MIL (1 K)...allowed 1 ER in 1.0 IP 3/15 vs. SF (2 H, 1 BB)...1.0 IP 3/11 at LAA (2 H, 1, R, 0 ER, 2 K)...SV #1 3/8 at LAD (1.0 IP, 1 K, 2 BB)...L #1 3/5 vs. CLE w/some help from defense (0.1 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 1 BB)...1-2-3 (1 K) at CLE 3/2...1-2-3 (1 K) 2/27 vs. SD.Converted 16 of 18 save opportunities after moving into closer role Aug. 3 at Baltimore, tying for 3rd-most in the Majors behind Greg Holland (19) and Craig Kimbrel (18) during that span.Retired 21 consecutive batters July 28-Aug. 7, tied for the 4th-longest streak by a relief pitcher in club history.Averaged 12.77 K/9.0 IP (79 K, 55.2 IP) to set a club record by a relief pitcher, and rank 4th among AL relievers.Recorded 79 strikeouts, 2nd-most by a rookie reliever in club history (Enrique Romo, 92 in 1977)…strikeout rate of 12.77 K/9.0 IP was highest by a rookie in club history.Recorded 11 saves in August, T2nd-most in a month in club history…trailed only 13 saves by Kazuhiro Sasaki (April 2001), and tied the 11 saves by J.J. Putz (June 2007) and Norm Charlton (September 1995).Allowed 2 HR in 46 appearances…ended the season not allowing a HR in final 36.1 IP.Acquired by Seattle from New York (AL) as part of trade for Ichiro Suzuki on July 23, 2012.
#41 — Charlie Furbush (lhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 0-2, 8.59 in 8 G this spring: L #2 3/26 @TEX (1.0 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 3 ER)...K’d all 4 BF in 1.1 ShO IP 3/24 vs. CWS...L #1 3/20 at COL on “sunball” double (0.1 IP, 2 H, 1 R)...1.0 ShO IP 3/18 vs. SD...1 ER in 1.0 IP 3/15 vs. SF...0.2 IP 3/12 vs. CHC, allowed two runs, one earned including a home run...allowed 1 ER in 1.0 IP 3/3 at CIN (1 H, 1 BB)...tossed 1.0 ShO IP (1 H) 2/28 at SD.Appeared in team-high 71 games, posting a 3.74 ERA and a .199 opponent batting average last season.Tied for 10th in the AL in appearances and T13th with 20 holds…became 8th pitcher in club history to record 20+ holds in a season.Averaged 11.08 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (80 K, 65.0 IP), 14th in the AL and 2nd-most in club history by a LH reliever.Stranded 39 of 57 inherited runners (68.4%)…T2nd among AL relievers in inherited runners.
#97 — Joe Beimel (lhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 0-0, 2.84 in 7 G: Allowed 1 un-ER in 1.0 IP 3/26 at TEX (1 BB)...pitched in minor league intrasquad 3/25 (1.0 IP, 3 H, 2 ER)...0.1 IP, 1 H 3/22 at COL...1-2-3 IP (1 K) 3/20 at CHI...1ER in 1.0 IP 3/8 at SF...1.0 ShO IP 3/5 vs. CLE w/K, pick-off (1 H)...ShO IP 3/2 at CLE...allowed a leadoff double before retiring the next three (43, 63, 9) on 2/27 vs. SD (run scored).Spent last season with AAA Gwinnett in the Atlanta Braves system after signing in May.Did not pitch in 2012 recovering from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow.Last pitched in the Majors in 2011 with the Pittsburgh Pirates.Veteran of 11 Major League seasons with the Pirates, Dodgers, Rockies, Twins, Rays and Nationals…appeared in 567 MLB games.
#82 — Stephen Kohlscheen (rhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 Re-assigned to minor league camp 3/5...0-0-1, 4.50 in 3 G...2.0 ShO IP (3 K) 3/10 vs. KC...gave up solo HR in 1.0 IP 3/4 at LAD...allowed 1 ER in 1.0 IP 3/1 vs. LAA (2 H).Made 41 relief appearances for AA Jackson last season, posting 7-3 record with a 2.30 ERA (17 ER, 66.2 IP).Led all Southern League relievers in strikeouts per 9.0 innings (11.48), while ranking 4th in opponent average (.203) and 5th in fewest baserunners per 9.0 innings (9.86).Selected by the Mariners in the 45th round of the 2010 June Draft out of Auburn University.Led Cowley College (Arkansas City, KS) to the 2009 Junior College World Series.
#80 — Jonathan Arias (rhp):
2014 Spring Training:
 Re-assigned to minor league camp 3/5...0-0, 0.00 in 5 G: worked 1.2 ShO IP 3/15 vs. SF (1 BB, 1 K)...tossed 1.0 ShO IP 3/11 at LAA (1 H, 1 K)...tossed 1.1 ShO IP 3/8 at LAD (1 BB, 1 K)...ShO IP 3/4 at LAD (2 BB, 1 K)...0.1 IP, 1 H, 3/2 at CLE.Split last season between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma, appearing in 44 games (2 starts).Averaged 10.35 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched (92 strikeouts, 80.0 IP) between AA and AAA.During minor league career (159 appearances) has averaged 9.82 K/9.0 IP.Played his first three pro seasons (2006-2008) as a catcher before making pitching debut in 2009.
Mayckol Guaipe (rhp):
from Minor League camp today...
2014 Spring Training:
 has not appeared in an A game this spring.Spent 2013 at High Desert in the Cal League (3-4, 5.64 in 35 G, 3 GS).Split 2012 between Everett (short-A Northwest League) and Clinton (A, Midwest League).Native of Barcelona, Anzoategui, Venezuela, was signed by Seattle in 2006.Bio on page 272 of Mariners Information Guide.
2014 SPRING TRAINING GAME NOTES MARCH 29, 2014 AT COLORADO ROCKIES
 
SEATTLE MARINERS
 
2014 Spring Training -- Gameday Roster
Saturday, March 29 at Colorado Rockies (Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 12:05 p.m.)
Starting Lineup:
36 Abraham Almonte (S) CF 5 Brad Miller (L) SS 22 Robinson Cano (L) 2B 27 Corey Hart DH 17 Justin Smoak (S) 1B 7 Stefen Romero RF 15 Kyle Seager (L) 3B 3 Mike Zunino C 13 Dustin Ackley (L) LF -------------------------------------------------------------- 53 Chris Young RHP
Pitchers:
40 Danny Farquhar ........................... RHP 41 Charlie Furbush ............................ LHP 45 Hector Noesi ................................ RHP 80 Jonathan Arias* ........................... RHP 82 Stephen Kohlscheen* .................. RHP 97 Joe Beimel .................................... LHP 97 Mayckol Guaipe* ......................... RHP
Infielders:
8 Willie Bloomquist ........................... INF 20 Logan Morrison (L) ........................ INF 69 Ty Kelly (S)* ................................... INF 78 Ketel Marte (S)* ............................. INF 81 Jack Reinheimer* .......................... INF 96 Nate Tenbrink (L)* ......................... INF
Outfielders:
55 Michael Saunders (L) ..................... OF 83 Leon Landry (L)* ............................. OF 99 Jabari Blash* .................................. OF
Catchers:
 4 John Buck ......................................... C 79 Mike Dowd* ...................................... C
* = from Minor League camp
Coaching Staff:
23 Lloyd McClendon ...................... Manager 33 Trent Jewett....................... Bench Coach 84 Rich Donnelly .......................... 3B Coach 43 Andy Van Slyke ....................... 1B Coach 10 Howard Johnson ............... Hitting Coach 47 Rick Waits ....................... Pitching Coach 48 Mike Rojas ........................ Bullpen Coach 25 Chris Woodward ................. Infield Coach 62 Jason Phillips ................ Bullpen Catcher 89 Scott Budner .......................... BP Pitcher
Pronunciation Guide:
Dustin Ackley (ACK-lee) Abraham Almonte (al-MOAN-tay) Blake Beavan (BEV-uhn) Joe Beimel (BYE-mul) Willie Bloomquist (BLOOM-quist) Robinson Cano (kah-NOH) Endy (EHN-dee) Chavez (CHAW-vehz) Roenis (row-EHN-ees) Elias (ehl-LEE-us) Danny Farquhar (FAHR-kwahr) Charlie Furbush (FUR-bush) Cole Gillespie (gil-EH-spee) Hisashi (he-sash-ee) Iwakuma (ee-wah-kuma) Dominic Leone (LEE-own) Lucas Luetge (LIT-key) Ketel (like kettle corn) Marte (MAR-tay) Brandon Maurer (MAUW-er)
 like Joe Mauer Yoervis (yo-AIR-vees) Medina (meh-DEE-nah) Hector (HEHK-ter) Noesi (noh-eh-SEE) Stephen (STEE-vin) Pryor (PRIY-er) Humberto (oom-BEAR-toe) Quintero (keen-TAIR-oh) Erasmo (eh-RASS-moh) Ramirez (rah-MEER-ehz) Stefen (STEFF-ehn) Romero Michael Saunders (SAWN-derz) Kyle Seager (SEE-guhr) Justin Smoak (SMOKE) Taijuan (TIE-wahn) Walker Tom Wilhelmsen (will-HELM-sen) Mike Zunino (zoo-NEE-no)

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