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SLIDESHOW: Mariners Caravan Stops In Spokane

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The Mariners Caravan stopped in Spokane on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The Mariners Caravan stopped in Spokane on Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Members of the Seattle Mariners made a stop at Sacred Heart Children's Hospital in Spokane today as part of the club's "Mariners Caravan" throughout the northwest. 

Current player Nick Franklin, former player and broadcaster Mike Blowers, broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith and Mariner Moose spread cheer as they visited with and signed autographs for patients. 

The Caravan will continue on and will make stops in Walla Walla, the Tri-Cities and Tukwila. 
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