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Lookout Linkage, 3/10/15

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league.

Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports


  • The Mariners have shut down their player development operations in Venezuela and will move the team to their new complex in the Dominican Republic.
  • The M's have signed pitcher Kevin Correia to a minor league deal.
  • University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh put his coaching skills to the test at A's Spring Training.
  • Astros' pitching prospect Mark Appel was scratched from his relief appearance with arm tightness.
  • Phillies' starter Cliff Lee is once again feeling discomfort in his throwing elbow.
  • It's possible that surgery for Lee could end his career.
  • Jeff Sullivan at Fangraphs gives his thoughts on the major injuries to Yu Darvish and Lee.
  • As you may remember from the past installation of Lookout Linkage, Cuban prospect Hector Olivera might need Tommy John surgery. Kiley McDaniel at Fangraphs dissects the situation and tries to figure out what it means for his possible defection from Cuba.
  • The Astros were no-hit by nine Braves' pitchers in an early Spring Training contest.
  • A group of minor league baseball players are suing over wage rates.
  • Angels' reliever Huston Street will represent himself in upcoming negotiations.
  • Christopher Dale at The Hardball Times make a case opposing suspending Josh Hamilton.
  • Shawn Camp has officially retired.