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Tuesday’s line-ups, official game notes and updated stats vs. the Indians

Most of the pregame stuff was spent discussing Eric Wedge’s condition. Robby Thompson had no update on Michael Morse, who played five innings today in right field with Tacoma. He went 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored. It’s possible they wait on a decision with Morse for a few days. They may want to see him play more. Morse was supposed to come back to Safeco tonight to meet with the Mariners medical staff.

Not sure what the roster move would be if and when Morse comes back. It used to seem logical to send

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Indians 10, Mariners 8 – “We are just happy to be leaving Cleveland”

CLEVELAND – Tom Wilhelmsen pretty much summed up the thoughts of the Seattle Mariners and their fans in minutes after yet another stunning walk-off loss to the Cleveland Indians.

“We’re just happy to be leaving Cleveland,” he said flatly. “We are ready to leave this place.”

After four days and four losses – three coming on the final swing of the bat – the Mariners have taken enough punches to the gut in this city to last 10 seasons.

Monday’s 10-8 loss in 10 innings might have been the most painful.

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Mariners minor league report, April 7, 2013: Zunino with another big game

Mike Zunino shook off an 0-for-4 day by driving in five runs and Endy Chavez sparked the offense to the lead Rainiers to a win over the Fresno Grizzlies. Here’s Mike Curto’s game story and being the good guy that he is,  Curto also filed this story on Zunino and Danny Hultzen building a relationship as a battery.

Double A Jackson lost its third straight game - this time on a walk-off by Jacksonville. Hector Noesi made his first start and actually pitched well, throwing six shutout innings, allowing two hits, walking one striking out five. Really,

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Mariners sign Endy Chavez to a minor league contract

There was a new, but familiar face in the Mariners clubhouse on Sunday morning. Outfielder Endy Chavez was unpacking  his gear.

The 35-year-old outfielder has signed a minor league contract with the Mariners, but has joined the big league club for spring training. Chavez was released from his contract by the Royals on Friday.

“I’m glad to have this opportunity,” he said. “I just have to go forward and work hard and be healthy. I believe this is opportunity is better for me. It’s more clear for me. And I feel more comfortable.”

The move is really about

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