The Mariners have announced two new hires in pitching coach Rick Adair and bullpen coach John Wetteland, as manager Don Wakamatsu continues to pull together a staff.
Adair, 50, had been the pitching coordinator in the Texas Rangers farm system.
Wetteland, a 42-year-old former closer, had served as the bullpen coach for the Washington Nationals.
The announcement came a few hours after GM Jack Zduriencik announced the signing of his first free agent, journeyman slugger Russell Branyan.
Adair was a 1979 Mariners draft pick and pitched in the Seattle system until arm injuries ended his career in 1985.
He has been a big-league pitching coach in Cleveland and Detroit.
Adair and Wetteland join bench coach Ty Van Berkleo and first-base coach Lee Tinsley, hired earlier this week.
For more on the new coaches, read our story here.