Teams have inquired about Mariners pitchers Oliver Perez, Charlie Furbush and Brian Moran. Perez and Furbush are currently with the major-league roster, while Moran is pitching for Triple-A Tacoma. All three lefties have pitched well at their respective levels; each reliever owns a sub-3.75 ERA and is averaging more than 12 K/9.
Perez has drawn the most interest, as the former starter has reinvented himself out of the bullpen. The Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves have discussed Perez with the Mariners, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, but the team has no plans to shop its players, as general manager Jack Zduriencik told reporters:
"We'll see how this week goes. I'm not going to be the aggressor. I'm not shopping anyone."