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Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/29/21: Randy Dobnak, Scott Kingery, and Smokehouse Parfait

Spring Training is concludin’, tossed salad and scrambled eggs

Boston Red Sox v Minnesota Twins Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images

Welcome to Monday of Opening Week! Today is Seattle’s final spring tuneup, with a noon radio-only tilt to determine if they can tip their current 11-11-5 record above .500 to finish spring. I know we’ll all be listening with bated breath, but hopefully all players can emerge fresh and healthy for Thursday night’s opener!

In Mariners news...

  • It sounds like a strong possibility Kyle Lewis starts the season on the injured list, creating a question for the Mariners around how their roster will be populated on Thursday.
  • Forbes dropped its annual update to franchise valuations, with the Mariners growing in appraised value by around 2% to just over $1.6 billion in value, up over $400 million from $1.2 billion just five years ago when John Stanton led a group to purchase the majority ownership stake in the club.

Around the league...

John’s Pick...

  • The Reds have thrown down an early ballpark food gauntlet with this wrinkly red pulled pork+mac & cheese+coleslaw bread cone.