In the wake of a lopsided loss to the Angels, this is not likely going to cheer Mariners fans who have been lobbying hard to get outfielder Adam Jones to Seattle.
"Adam will be here one day, and for a long time," manager John McLaren said. "He’s a multi-talented player, a great athlete with power and a marvelous arm. But right now, the mix we have here is doing the job."
McLaren knows the kind of breakthrough season Jones is having for Tacoma, but he is loathe to bring up a rookie in a pennant race and bench…