Rollins, a Rule 5 pick who was suspended 80 games Friday for testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance, will be taken off the 40-man roster but will remain the Mariners property for the duration of the suspension, the Seattle Times reports.
Miller "is in a better place this spring with himself from a mental standpoint," manager Lloyd McClendon told the Tacoma News Tribune. "He's not as uptight about things. I think his game is better as a result," McClendon said.
Ramirez did not make it out of the second inning Monday in his four Cactus League start, allowing four runs (two earned) on four hits as his bid for the fifth spot looks more and more like a long shot.
Zunino, who is hitting .345 (10 for 29) with three doubles and three homers this spring, said he feels "night and day" better at the plate after slumping to below Mendoza Line last season, the Seattle Times reports.