Add two pitchers looking to overcome injuries to the Mariners’ spring roster: lefty reliever Joe Beimel and right-handed starter Mark Rogers.
The club confirmed Friday afternoon that both agreed to minor-league deals that include invites to big-league camp.
Beimel, 36, had a 4.36 ERA in 30 games last season at Class AAA Gwinnett in the Atlanta system after missing all of 2012 while recovering from Tommy John surgery.
He was 24-32 with a 4.21 ERA in 567 big-league games from 2001-11 with six clubs.
Rogers, who turns 28 next week, appeared in just 12 games last year because of recurring shoulder problems. He was the fifth overall pick in the 2004 draft (by Milwaukee) but had made just 11 big-league appearances.
The additions boost the Mariners’ camp roster to 64 players, including 24 non-roster invites.