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6/18/19: Open Game Thread I failed to post last week's FanPulse results, because I am terrible, but the national question was somewhat relevant with Rob Manfred's recent visit to Seattle to knight John Stanton or whatever he was here to do.
Seattle Mariners: Sooner or Later? Against lefties, there are two ways the Mariners could have gone, having Bishop starting left, Haniger in center and Santana in right or Santana in left, Bishop in center, and Haniger in right. The first option Bishop would move to center field later in the game with Smith taking over in left and Haniger to right.
The Wheelhouse, Ep. 053 outline Trade season has officially arrived. And for the first time in a few years, the Mariners are on a little different side of it. Sitting down before game two vs the Royals, Jerry Dipoto and Aaron Goldsmith had a chance to discuss the most recent Mariners deal and a lot more.
What does the Edwin Encarnacion trade mean for the Mariners? Depends who you ask. And what did Mariners get in return? They got a young player - right-hander Juan Then - whom they'd already traded to the Yankees before the 2018 season. The return for Then the first time was minor-league left-hander J.P.
Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez getting a new MRI after feeling discomfort in lat area Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday after experiencing discomfort in "his lat area and the back of his shoulder," Mariners manager Scott Servais said.
Mariners GameDay - June 18 vs. Kansas City Starters: RHP Homer Bailey vs. Providing the media with daily updates and statistical data. Never miss a story from From the Corner of Edgar and Dave, when you sign up for Medium. Learn more.
Mariners Game Day: Yusei Kikuchi tries to get Seattle back on track vs. last-place Royals LHP Yusei Kikuchi vs RHP Homer Bailey. A Twitter List by SeaTimesSports.
ALN: The Mariners open the floodgates… again I can look at the numbers a dozen times over, comprehend their meaning, and still refuse their conclusion - there's no way the Mariners have merely allowed runs to score in the first inning in barely 1/3rd of their games.
Morosi: Mariners in 'very delicate situation' ahead of trade deadline After the Mariners' trade of Edwin Encarnación brought back a Single-A pitching prospect, MLB insider Jon Morosi explained to Brock and Salk why Seattle is now in a "delicate situation" going into the July 31 trade deadline.
Seattle Mariners: Mitch Haniger's Top 5 Potential Trade Destinations Haniger makes a ton of sense for them\u2060\u2014and, to a lesser extent, so does Domingo Santana\u2060\u2014and their farm is deep enough to make a compelling offer that wouldn\u2019t be entirely back-breaking to their system.
Cal Raleigh is making some improvements behind the plate Whatever it is, it's working. Raleigh has always drawn praise for his ability to block the ball, which makes sense, because large human = large backboard. As a certified Big Boy, however-6'3"/225-he has invited questions about his agility behind the plate.
Mariners can't complete comeback, bullpen disappoints again In what continues to be a nightmarish pitching year for the Mariners, Seattle dropped their first game to the Royals since April 9 of last year. The loss commenced a seven-game homestand against the two worst teams in baseball and reinforced a narrative that calls for additional bullpen assistance.
This Is Not The Best Way To Try And Catch A Home-Run Ball Every baseball fan who buys tickets in the outfield dreams of exactly one thing: catching a home run ball hit by Seattle Mariners catcher Tom Murphy.
Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/18/19: Ryon Healy, Edwin Encarnación, and Justin Upton New players in new places, always hard to get used to.
Soler's homer helps Royals snap Seattle skid with 6-4 win Soler hit a two-out, two-run homer in the eighth inning off Anthony Bass, and the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 6-4 win over Seattle on Monday night, snapping a nine-game losing streak to the Mariners.
Mariners out-Mariner Royals, lose A lifelong Cubs fan, my grandpa would ask me about the Mariners, and I would ask him about the Cubs. He would ask me what book I'd been reading, and I'd tell him. He'd ask me the author and, knowing full well who the author was, I'd say: "I don't know".
Mariners fall to Kansas City 6-4 after Royals rally in 8th Seattle took a 4-2 lead in the fifth on a three-run homer from Tom Murphy, but Kansas City was able to add a key run in the seventh inning. Jorge Bonifacio doubled leading off to end Milone's streak of 11 straight retired and scored when Maldonado's sinking liner was caught on a dive by Mac Williamson in left field.
Another failed attempt by Mariners' 'opener' results in 6-4 defeat against Royals A Mariners' reliever allowed two runs in the first inning to put the team in an immediate hole. Two Mariners relievers gave up a combined three runs in the final two innings to lose a lead and make a comeback unlikely.
31-45: Chart On a tear in the race to the bottom.
Scott Servais' Pre-Game Comments: June 17, 2019 Mariners manager Scott Servais met with members of the media Monday afternoon prior to Seattle's first game of a three-game series against the Kansas City Royals at T-Mobile Park.
Noelvi Marte keeps hitting, Querecuto, Perez open AZL: Mariners Prospect Wrap - June 17, 2019 Here's how the Mariners' farm system performed Monday:. No. 9 Shed Long, 2B/3B/OF: MON: 0-4, 2 SO 2019:.281/.347/.488, 7-2B, 4-3B, 6 HR, 25 RBI, 16 BB, 40 SO. No. 10 Braden Bishop, CF: MON: Recalled 6.2.2019 2019:.293/.378/.500, 13-2B, 7 HR, 29 RBI, 21 BB, 38 SO, 2 SB.
Ryon Healy Diagnosed With Spinal Stenosis Mariners infielder Ryon Healy - out since May 21 with lower back issues - has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. He'll miss at least three to four more weeks as a result, according to manager Scott Servais. Healy will undergo an epidural Tuesday in hopes of lessening the pain, per Johns.
Mariners injury notes: Ryon Healy could miss another month with spinal stenosis Ryon Healy, the Mariners' regular first baseman last season, has been on the injured list since May 21 and could miss another month with a back injury that will require an epidural injection Tuesday. Healy had been preparing for a rehab assignment earlier this month when he was dealt a setback.
6/17/19: Open Game Thread Fresh off of a nine-game road trip, the Mariners return home tonight to kick off a series against the Kansas City Royals. In case you don't remember, the Mariners' last meeting with the Royals went really well for the Mariners and really poorly for the Royals.
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