Mariners to get Wells work against lefties

Mariners to get Wells work against lefties

Mariners to get Wells work against lefties
SEATTLE -- Look for outfielder Casper Wells to be back in the lineup Sunday, when the Mariners face White Sox left-hander John Danks, and look for him to play when the team faces other lefties in the near future, too.

Despite the fact that Wells only had 10 at-bats in five games entering Saturday, Mariners manager Eric Wedge has liked what he has seen from the right-handed hitter, who's batting .300 with two doubles and a walk. Wells went 2-for-3 with a double and walk in Friday night's loss to Chicago.

"He had a tough spring, and to see him ... drive the ball to right field and drive the ball to left-center field like he did [Friday], he's a guy that we have in there against left-handers and it's good to see," Wedge said.