Updated: April 5, 2003, 5:22 PM ETBy By John Sickels | Special to ESPN.com
When Carlos Guillen came down with tuberculosis in September, the Mariners promoted Triple-A shortstop Ramon Vazquez to replace him. He didn't distinguish himself in action down the stretch, but has done enough this year to put him in Seattle's plans. A year ago, Vazquez was a relatively anonymous Double-A shortstop.
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