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Topic - Jesus Montero
Los Angeles starter Josh Beckett gave up three home runs in three innings in the Dodgers' 8-5 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night in split-squad game.
Fernando Rodney gave up a run and two hits in his debut with the Seattle but Jesus Montero had two singles and an RBI to help the Mariners beat a Chicago White Sox split-squad 7-4 Thursday.
Jesus Montero was visibly nervous Wednesday as he apologized to his Seattle Mariners teammates and their fans.
Still giddy from one unlikely no-hitter, Seattle catcher Jesus Montero went around the clubhouse on Saturday searching for autographs.
Previewing the American League.
New Seattle catcher Jesus Montero has been hit in the mask by a foul ball and left his first exhibition game for the Mariners.
A team-by-team look at the American League entering spring training, including key players each club acquired and lost, and dates of the first workout for pitchers and catchers, and the full squad:
The Seattle Mariners agreed to trade right-hander Michael Pineda to the New York Yankees for catcher Jesus Montero on Friday, a swap involving two of baseball's top young talents.
Two New York Yankees catchers made their first major league appearances behind home plate Sunday.
New York Yankees backup catcher Francisco Cervelli will be in a protective boot for at least four weeks because of a broken left foot, and it's uncertain when he'll be able to play again.
"I have to prove to myself, first of all, that I want to be in the big leagues," he said, pledging to continue to learn to play first base and play wherever the organization wants him. "My teammates, they're really important to me. I want them to be comfortable with me. I don't want them to be mad or be upset. I want everybody to know I'm a good person."
"I want to apologize to the whole organization and all my teammates for what I did last year," Montero said, his voice tinged with emotion. "I know I made a bad mistake last year and I don't know what I was thinking. But I'm here right now this year to be better and to help the team to win."