The Seattle Mariners, if only for a few fleeting moments on a tiny stage, are basking in the glory of sweet success.
Under the Arizona sun, they're enjoying a 10-3 record, good for first place in the Cactus League so far.
Ultimately, these 'play-date' games don't matter one bit, but that depends on who you ask. Many of the players still hanging in the major league camp are veterans and prospects clawing for a roster spot with the Mariners this summer.
After a couple weeks, several players have proven themselves in a big way, making the final roster cuts an excruciatingly difficult decision for Manager Eric Wedge.