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Double Trouble

John Hickey -Premium Content

Lefthander Donnie Hume has none of the high profile that surrounds righthander Phillippe Aumont. But the two Mariners minor leaguers are sharing the dream of making it to the big leagues—sharing it in a very real way. Both men are being groomed as starting pitchers by pitching in the same games. Hume, the club's eighth-round pick out of San Diego State in 2007, and Aumont, a high school prodigy who was that draft's 11th overall pick out of Quebec, are pitching in tandem for low Class A Wisconsin.

Majors | #2008#Organization Reports#Seattle Mariners

A Phone Call Away

John Hickey -Premium Content

In a logical progression, this might well have been the year for lefthander Ryan Feierabend to step up and break camp with the Mariners. Baseball is not about logical progressions, however, and rather than being on the Seattle roster, Feierabend found himself the Opening Day pitcher for Triple-A Tacoma. He never really had a chance to make the roster, not with Seattle going with an 11-man staff and with the Mariners having added two starters over the winter in Erik Bedard and Carlos Silva.

Majors | #2008#Organization Reports#Seattle Mariners