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Mariners recall Lucas Luetge from AAA Tacoma

Mariners recall Lucas Luetge from AAA Tacoma

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The Seattle Mariners announced today that left-handed pitcher Lucas Luetge has been recalled from AAA Tacoma. Luetge will be in uniform for tonight’s game against the Minnesota Twins at Safeco Field. Right-handed pitcher Stephen Pryor was optioned back to Tacoma after last night’s game against the Twins.¬†Pryor¬†allowed one unearned run in his season debut last night.

Luetge will be making his third stint with the Mariners. He has spent most of this season with the Rainiers appearing in 26 games where he is 3-1 with 2 saves and a 3.40 ERA.

 

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