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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chris Gimenez
The second Chris Gimenez took his first swing, he knew it was a mistake.
With Seattle hoping to get catcher Miguel Olivo back by opening day, the Mariners are also getting a good look at the backups in spring training.
Chris Gimenez drove in a career-high four runs and the Cleveland Indians hit a trio of three-run homers to beat the Kansas City Royals 15-4 Friday night.
Seattle player representative Chris Gimenez said there were a few concerns raised, but for the most part everyone was supportive of the chance to visit Japan.
"I love it. Personally I think it's a great opportunity," Gimenez said. "I don't know how many other opportunities I'll have to go to Japan and for us to be doing it for a charitable cause is always another good thing."