Josh Wilson, the middle infielder claimed on waivers the other day, is not on th field for extra batting practice - but Ronny Cedeno, Mike Carp, Chris Woodward and Wladimir Balentien are.
What's it mean? It's possible that, for now, the Mariners will simply sub Wilson into the 25-man roster spot of Endy Chavez, who's right knee is a mess and who is certainly headed for the disabled list.
In left field, the Mariners can play Balentien, Ken Griffey Jr., Cedeno and possibly Carp.
No lineup posted yet - unusual for Don Wakamatsu - so the team may still be mulling a decision.
One thing is certain: the victory on Friday has this team in a buoyant mood, even for early BP.
A team hanging around the .500 mark and playing baseball worth watching, any dramatic come-from-behind wins are golden. This isn't an offense that comes back from three-run deficits often, and few teams do it in the eighth inning or later.
Had the Mariners lost that game and Chavez on the same night, it's hard to imagine them laughing and yelling at one another from the outfield this afternoon.