Found February 27, 2012 on Seattle Times:
Theyu just put out the list of pitchers throwing in tomorrow's intrasquad game and Hisashi Iwakuma tops the list of Team 1. Iwakuma is slotted to throw two innings atop that team's rotation, while Jason Vargas is to throw three innings for Team 2. Vargas, you'll recall, retired all seven hitters he faced -- striking out four -- in Friday's first intrasquad affair. Read more...
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