SEATTLE (AP) — Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano has undergone surgery to repair core muscle injuries and is expected to be OK for spring training. Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto made the announcement Tuesday after Cano's surgery was complete...
Aside from nearly having their American League Cy Young Award winner undressed by the first batter he faced, things went swimmingly for the Mariners on Monday, as Felix Hernandez and Michael Pineda helped pitch Seattle to a 6-3 victory over the A's.
Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley could miss some of spring training because of a March 9 hearing with the Los Angeles City Attorney's office related to felony charges of making criminal threats, Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times reported Wednesday.
Bright and early tomorrow morning, a 53-foot truck will pull into the tunnel outside the Mariners' clubhouse at Safeco Field, where 10 pallets full of gear awaits. After about 90 minutes of loading, the truck will hit the road, headed south to Arizona.