Rosters expanding, but no immediate callups

Rosters expanding, but no immediate callups

Rosters expanding, but no immediate callups
SEATTLE -- Major League teams are allowed to expand their rosters past 25 to 40 on Saturday, but don't expect the Mariners to make any additions right away.

Mariners manager Eric Wedge said on Friday that "as of right now" the team was going to wait until the Minor League season ended on Monday to call up any players. Wedge did say that they "had a pretty good idea of what we're going to do," personnel wise.

"I'm not going to speculate further on it, we'll have to wait and see," Wedge said.

Current players with Triple-A Tacoma that have spent time with the Mariners this season include infielder Alex Liddi, outfielders Casper Wells and Carlos Peguero, starters Hector Noesi and Erasmo Ramirez and reliever Shawn Kelley. First baseman Mike Carp is also with Tacoma, rehabbing a hip injury.