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Lookout Linkage, 3/7/16

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

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Good morning everyone and happy Monday! Let's take a look at what's going on around the league:
    • The Mariners are relying on Chris Taylor's ability to play third base in order for him to win the utility job, writes Bob Dutton.
    • Franklin Gutierrez says that solid communication with the coaching and training staff has helped him to succeed.
    • Larry Stone of the Seattle Times talked to Boog Powell to get his thoughts on starting his career as a Mariner.
    • Carter Capps will go to see Dr. Andrews for his elbow issues.
    • The Royals are expected to be without Jarrod Dyson for six weeks after the outfielder strained his oblique.
    • Cameron Maybin may also be out for at least a month after breaking his wrist.
    • Maicer Izturis has decided to retire.
    • The Rays have signed Dan Johnson to a minor league deal to be a knuckleballer.
    • Chase Utley's two-game suspension for a postseason take-out slide has been dropped.
    • The White Sox have signed outfielder Austin Jackson to a one-year deal.
    • Never change, Mune.