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Mariners send Danny Hultzen to Triple-A Tacoma

Mariners send Danny Hultzen to Triple-A Tacoma

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The Seattle Mariners have reduced their Spring Training roster to 55 players, moving 13 players to the minors Wednesday.

Left-handed pitcher Danny Hultzen was sent to Triple-A Tacoma. Hultzen is out for the entire 2014 season following major shoulder surgery in October.

Left-handed pitcher Anthony Fernandez and outfielder Julio Morban were sent to Double-A Jackson.

10 other players were re-assigned to minor league camp. They include pitchers  Jonathan Arias, Andrew Carraway, Stephen Kohlscheen, Mark Rogers, Chance Ruffin and  James Gillheeney. Position players include catchers John Hicks, Manuel Piña, infielder Gabriel Noriega and outfielder Burt Reynolds.

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(KPUG Newsroom)

 

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