• While the Mariners have Monday off, Blake Beavan and Erasmo Ramirez will each throw four innings in a Minor League intrasquad game to stay on rotation as they continue building their pitch counts this spring.
• Felix Hernandez will make his second Cactus League start Tuesday and is scheduled to throw three innings against the D-backs in a 1:05 p.m. PT game at Peoria Stadium. He'll be followed by a group including Hector Noesi, Lucas Luetge and Logan Bawcom.
• Hisashi Iwakuma is slated for his fourth appearance of the spring Wednesday when he gets the start against the Royals in Surprise, Ariz.
• Ken Griffey Jr. stopped by camp Sunday before heading to Chase Field in Phoenix to throw out the first pitch prior to the U.S.-Canada game in the World Baseball Classic. Griffey spent much of the past week at the Mariners' complex talking with young players in his role as team consultant, and he said he'd return later in the month.
Griffey will be inducted into the Mariners' Hall of Fame in a ceremony at Safeco Field on Aug. 10 prior to that night's game against the Twins.
• Outfielder Casper Wells was sidelined for the second straight day Sunday with a stiff neck. Going into Sunday's action, Wells led the Cactus League with 12 RBIs and was eighth with a .667 slugging percentage.
• Michael Saunders went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs on Sunday in Canada's 9-4 loss to the United States in the World Baseball Classic. Canada was eliminated with the loss, with Saunders batting .727 (8-for-11) with three doubles, one home run and seven RBIs in three games. Third baseman Alex Liddi was 4-for-10 with two RBIs and two walks in three games for Italy, which is advancing now to the second round in Miami along with the U.S.
• Danny Hultzen threw a bullpen session Sunday as he continued coming back from a sore hip that sidelined him before his last start Monday. Wedge said Hultzen's session went well, but the club would see how he feels Monday before determining when he'll return to game action.
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