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Toglia, who was named the Colorado Rockies prospect of the week after a four home run homestand last week, also opened the scoring for Spokane (2-5) in the first frame.
The Mariners weren’t expected to have the best bullpen in baseball in the first month of the season. And now 11 days into May, it’s certainly won’t be that way much longer.
Mariners fans aren’t the type to fear the unknown. It’s the known that terrifies them. All they’ve experienced the past two decades is a team that goes on vacay after the last game of the regular season.
Major League Baseball has instructed the Athletics to explore relocation options as the team tries to secure the new ballpark it hopes for to stay in Oakland.
Perhaps it will serve as a reality check to their actual place in the landscape of Major League Baseball. It’s certainly offered yet another reminder for the Mariners that their margin for error – or errors in this game – is slim. Put simply, they aren’t good enough to play poorly and beat any team they play.
Catcher Luis Torrens made the inexplicable mental gaffe of not knowing there wasn’t a force out at home on a play at the plate, allowing a run to score.
Mitch Haniger had a tiebreaking RBI single in the seventh inning and the Seattle Mariners bounced back from being no-hit in their last game with a 5-4 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night.
Of course, Kelenic being Kelenic, he ratcheted up that growing impatience from the Mariners’ fan base as only he can, hitting a pair of solo homers in his first game at the Triple-A level.
So what comes with the bigger asterisk? Throwing a no-hitter in a seven-inning game, as Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner did last month? Or doing it over nine innings vs. the 2021 Mariners, as the Orioles’ John Means did Wednesday afternoon?
Albert Pujols has been cut by the Los Angeles Angels, abruptly ending the 41-year-old superstar slugger’s decade with his second major league team.
This Date in Baseball for May 6, 2021.
Regardless of Puget Sound traffic, that distance between a life in Triple-A and playing in the big leagues — every baseball player’s dream — can feel light years apart.
For the sixth time since the franchise came into existence in 1977, the Mariners were on the receiving end of a no-hitter.
Willie Mays is turning 90, and no mistaking that number. It strikes with the clarity of a line drive. Mays played in a sport measured by milestones – 3,000 hits, 500 homers, signposts he passed and then some – and now here’s one more.
The Toronto Blue Jays are returning to their home away from home, Buffalo, New York, starting in June.
This Date In Baseball for May 5, 2021.
SEATTLE — Kyle Lewis and Kyle Seager homered, reliever Kendall Graveman extended his scoreless streak to 18 2/3 innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-2 on Tuesday night.
For most of the night, well, at least 7½ innings, the Mariners seemed destined for yet another frustrating where they looked tepid at the plate, absent on the bases and diminished on the scoreboard.
Jesús Luzardo has played video games all his life.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich is going back on the injured list just one day after getting activated.