Millwood reunited with Wedge in Mariners camp

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PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- After 14 major league seasons, Kevin Millwood might still have a place on a big-league roster. His reputation as a durable pitcher and experience mentoring young pitching staffs are part of the reason Millwood finds himself in the Seattle Mariners' camp.

If the 37-year-old can produce during spring training, he might find himself with his fourth club in four seasons. Once an ace in Atlanta and Texas, Millwood signed a minor-league contract last month and is competing for a spot in Seattle's five-man rotation.

Millwood must stand out in a crop of young arms in order to stick with the major-league roster when the Mariners' season begins. His experience gives him an edge.