Photo by Michael Zagaris/Oakland Athletics/Getty Images Hello from my particular quarantine island. Big day yesterday: I went out for the first time in a week to pick up dinner.
Photo by Lindsey Wasson/Getty Images this is what we’re doing now We certainly don’t mean to make light of a very serious situation, but also, that’s kind of all that’s left for us at this point.
Photo by Justin Tafoya/NCAA Photos via Getty Images Digging deep on some of the most enigmatic talents in the organization. John, Joe, and Kate get back together to talk through players 20-11 on the Mariners Top-30 list.
foreign baseball mascots are the best | Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images The one in which Kate reveals surprisingly strongly held opinions about New Wave music Hello!
The Mariners have reduced their spring training roster to 45 players.
fare thee well, sam | Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images Good bye, loyal Sam The Mariners made an early Friday afternoon news dump today in the form of releasing reliever Sam Tuivailala.
Come together/right now/4 innings | Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Fitting one proposed solution into Seattle’s current roster. Today we heard from Mariners
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports In table form, the full list of prospects for this preseason list. As Kate noted at the outset of these rankings, what a difference a year can make.
nb游戏平台Gonzalez now seems likely to return to the open market, given the opt-out provisions in his deal and his apparently minimal chances of making the roster in Seattle.
nb游戏平台While playing home games in Arizona is among the possibilities, the Mariners could also explore playing home games at a road stadium in another city.
With Mitch Haniger out for an undetermined amount of time, the Mariners could turn to 24-year-old Jake Fraleynb游戏平台 to fill Haniger's spot in right field.
The 46-year-old future Hall of Famer took the mound to face some of Seattle’s top prospects and more than held his own.
nb游戏平台Seattle may bring back an old face.
Gonzales, 27, was one of the few bright spots for a Mariners squad that once again missed out on the playoffs a season ago.
Vveteran relief pitcher Yoshihisa Hirano, who had a 4.75 ERA in 53 innings for the Diamondbacks last season, has reached a one-year deal with the Mariners.
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