Chris Iannetta, who spent the past four years with the Angels, is to be the Mariners’ starting catcher this season.
Chris Iannetta, who spent the past four years with the Angels, is to be the Mariners’ starting catcher this season. Richard Marshall The Associated Press
Chris Iannetta, who spent the past four years with the Angels, is to be the Mariners’ starting catcher this season. Richard Marshall The Associated Press

Previewing the Mariners in spring training: Catchers

February 13, 2016 11:00 PM

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