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Lookout Linkage, 4/3/16

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

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Happy MLB Opening Day! We've finally made it. While there's still another day to go before Mariners baseball begins, real games will be played today. That's very exciting. Anyway, let's get you all caught up on the latest news:

  • Bob Dutton takes a look at the likely 25-man roster for the Mariners.
  • Marc W at U.S.S. Mariner provides his take on the M's newest bullpen addition.
  • Eno Sarris at The Hardball Times provides a guide on how to find good food at each MLB ballpark.
  • Matt Harvey is upset with the media's heavy coverage of his infection.
  • Hyun-soo Kim has refused assignment to the minors.
  • SB Nation's staff did a great job and wrote a lot of words in its season preview for 2016 so go check it out.
  • The Cubs are the national darling this season, so Dave Cameron tried to figure out what could potentially cause their collapse.
  • Taylor Teagarden has been suspended for 80 games for testing positive for PEDs.
  • Major League Baseball made a minor rule change in regards to what counts as a "tag."
  • The Diamondbacks ran into some rotten luck when A.J. Pollock broke his elbow in a spring training game. He will require surgery and be out indefinitely.
  • For you logo junkies out there, the Indians have moved Chief Wahoo to serve as the team's secondary logo.