Olivo easing back in as Mariners meet Rockies

Mar 29, 2011 Full story: Seattlepi.com Mariners blog

Catcher Miguel Olivo might have had a few doubters when he said he would be ready for Opening Day, but he'll be on the field Tuesday when the Mariners meet the Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields.

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johnnyj

Shelton, WA

#1 Mar 29, 2011
Perfer to complain about the final cuts. We're going to start the year right off with a BIG mistake. Where to hell have they been for the past year or so, within a month or so they are going to regret cutting Josh Wilson. He's already as good a player as Jack and stay healthy way more. This is one real bad move. Not real happy with Olivo playing ahead of Moore, seems like he couldn't do the job several years ago and now all at once he's our shinning hero. Moore needs to play to become #1, sitting on the bench helps nobody.

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