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Tacoma Rainiers

Class AAA, Pacific Coast League

First game: April 3, vs. Albuquerque, 7:05 p.m., Cheney Stadium.

Manager: Roy Howell.

Key players expected to start season with Tacoma: OF Leon Landry, OF James Jones, 1B-DH Jesus Montero, LHP Anthony Fernandez.

Jackson Generals

Class AA, Southern League

City: Jackson, Tenn.

First game: April 3, at Chattanooga.

Manager: Jim Horner.

Key players expected to start season with Jackson: C John Hicks, SS Chris Taylor, OF Jabari Blash, RHP Victor Sanchez.

High Desert Mavericks

Class A, California League

City: Adelanto, Calif.

First game: April 4, vs. Inland Empire.

Manager: Eddie Menchaca.

Key players expected to start season with High Desert: 3B DJ Peterson, SS Tyler Smith, OF Gabriel Guerrero, C Tyler Marlette.

Clinton LumberKings

Class A, Midwest League

City: Clinton, Iowa.

First game: April 3, at Cedar Rapids.

Manager: Chris Prieto.

Key players expected to start season with Clinton: 3B Jack Reinheimer, 1B Justin Seager, OF Austin Wilson, RHP Lars Huijer.

Everett AquaSox

Class A, Northwest League

First game: June 13, vs. Hillsboro, 7:05 p.m., Everett Memorial Stadium.

Manager: Dave Valle.

Pulaski Mariners

Rookie, Appalachian League

City: Pulaski, Va.

First game: June 19, vs. Burlington.

Manager: Rob Mummau.

Peoria Mariners

Rookie, Arizona League

City: Peoria, Ariz.

Manager: Darrin Garner.

Note: The Mariners also have teams in the Dominican and Venezuelan summer leagues.



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