No decisions will be made in camp today, which means the final roster won't be set until the team is ready to leave Las Vegas on Saturday.
Not that there's much left to decide. Bottom line, only questions remain are whether the Mariners get to keep Rule 5 draftee Reegie Corona as a minor and which pitchers – Roy Corcoran or Luis Delgado – sticks in the bullpen.
For the record, here's the 24-man roster for opening day, with the 25th man still up in the air:
Catchers (2) – Kenjj Johjima and Rob Johnson.
Infielders (6) - Adrian Beltre, Yuniesky Betancourt, Russell Branyan, Ronny Cedeno, Jose Lopez and Mike Sweeney.
Outfielders (5) - Wladimir Balentien, Endy Chavez, Ken Griffey Jr., Franklin Guttierrez, Ichiro Suzuki.
Starting pitchers (5) – Felix Hernandedz, Erik Bedard, Carlos Silva, Jarrod Washburn, Ryan Rowland-Smith.
Relievers (6) – Brandon Morrow, David Aardsma, Miguel Batista, Chris Jakubauskas, Shawn Kelley, Mark Lowe.
To be determined (1) – Luis Delgado or Roy Corcoran.
No huge surprises, although if you'd said the day camp opened that Jakubauskas would make the team, most fans would have replied "Who?" And, of course, Griffey wasn't a Mariner when camp opened, nor was Delgado.
Keep this in mind, too. By June 1, the bullpen almost certainly will include closer Chad Cordero and – if he doesn't implode – situational lefty Tyler Johnson, a certified looney.
This team is a work in progress. By August 1, after the trading deadline, you may not recognize the roster.