Mariners left-hander Drew Smyly pitched well for the U.S. at the World Baseball Classic, but his status for the start of the MLB season is unclear because of a “soggy arm.”
Mariners left-hander Drew Smyly pitched well for the U.S. at the World Baseball Classic, but his status for the start of the MLB season is unclear because of a “soggy arm.” Alex Gallardo The Associated Press
Mariners left-hander Drew Smyly pitched well for the U.S. at the World Baseball Classic, but his status for the start of the MLB season is unclear because of a “soggy arm.” Alex Gallardo The Associated Press

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