Pitching Injuries Provide An Early Test For Seattle Mariners As Opening Day Is Here

As the Seattle Mariners take the field in the opening week of the season, they do so with heightened expectations and playoff hopes. 

The Mariners are built around a stellar young pitching staff, a lockdown bullpen, and the hopes that the offense will be good enough to provide enough runs for their pitching staff.

However, as opening day dawns, the pillars on which the Mariners have built their hopes for this season are already getting a stress test.

Coming into spring training, the Mariners had six starting pitchers for five spots: Luis Castillo, Logan Gilbert, George Kirby, Bryce Miller, Bryan Woo, and Emerson Hancock. At the end of spring

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