The Mariners make a bunch of moves today, including sending former Husky outfielder Braden Bishop down to Tacoma.   He's hitting .091 this spring.

Bishop made the opening day roster in 2019.  He lacerated his spleen last June and had removed.  He returned to the big leagues in the September call-ups.

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With Bishop heading down to the minors, veteran Carlos Gonzalez may have an opening to make the club.  The 34-year-old is currently hitting .273 this spring.

Pitcher Nick Margevicius was also sent to the M's AAA club.

Seattle re-assigned five players to their Minor League Camp.  The M's sent outfielders Rymer Liriano and #2 prospect Julio Rodriguez, catchers Joseph Odom and Joe Hudson, and pitcher Manny Banuelos down.

The M's also lost outfielder Jose Siri to the Giants.  San Francisco claimed the 24-year-old off of waivers.

Seattle now has 51 players in their major league camp.  The Mariners must get down to 26 by the start of the season.