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The Seattle Times May 13, 2022
Here’s why Jarred Kelenic is the biggest conundrum in the Mariners’ rebuilding plan

Here’s why Jarred Kelenic is the biggest conundrum in the Mariners’ rebuilding plan

It's still premature to judge the 2018 Robinson Cano trade, but it's fair to have major concerns about whether Jarred Kelenic will live up to expectations.
Lookout Landing May 13, 2022
Mariners option OF Jarred Kelenic to Triple-A Tacoma, activate RHP Sergio Romo amid 8 roster moves

Mariners option OF Jarred Kelenic to Triple-A Tacoma, activate RHP Sergio Romo amid 8 roster moves

Jordan Johnson-USA TODAY Sports No Big Apple showdown this time for Kelenic and Edwin Díaz. The Seattle Mariners have made a bevy of shuffling moves to their active roster ahead of a 13-game stretch without off days, headed up by a 10-game road trip to the New York Mets, Toronto Blue Jays, and Boston Red Sox. Here they are in full... The removals, totaling three new spots on the active roster and two on the 40-man roster which sat at 39 prior to today.: Option OF Jarred Kelenic to Triple-A Tacoma Option LHP Danny Young to Triple-A Tacoma Option OF Danny Fairchild to...
New York Post May 13, 2022
Mariners demote Jarred Kelenic hours before first Mets matchup

Mariners demote Jarred Kelenic hours before first Mets matchup

Kelenic was the centerpiece that went to Seattle in Dec. 2018 when the Mets got back Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz in a move that has been lampooned pretty much since the day it was made.
The Seattle Times May 13, 2022
Mariners option Jarred Kelenic to Class AAA Tacoma, make seven other roster moves

Mariners option Jarred Kelenic to Class AAA Tacoma, make seven other roster moves

Jarred Kelenic was optioned to Class AAA Tacoma before Friday's series opener vs. the New York Mets at Citi Field as the Mariners made a total of eight roster moves.
Lookout Landing May 13, 2022
Meet the Mets: Mariners at Mets Series Preview

Meet the Mets: Mariners at Mets Series Preview

Photo by Rob Carr/ The Mariners embark on another long East Coast road trip beginning with a three-game set against the Mets. Oh Boise it’s about to get noisy. The Seattle Mariners continue their tank trade revival tour, losing a frustrating Phillies series before now taking on the kings of Queens: the New York Mets. Robinson Canó is gone, rumored to resurface at a future Vedder Cup perhaps, but the entire Mariners roster is in need of flipping the script, not just Jarred Kelenic. Seattle gets no breaks this weekend, facing the AL East leader’s 1-2-3 in the...

Everett native Souza Jr. called up by Mariners

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington The Cascade graduate joins Seattle in New York as struggling youngster Jarred Kelenic is demoted to Triple-A Tacoma. Everett native Souza Jr. called up by Mariners Wire Service
New York Post May 12, 2022
Brandon Nimmo knows ‘pressure’ struggling Jarred Kelenic has ahead of Mets visit

Brandon Nimmo knows ‘pressure’ struggling Jarred Kelenic has ahead of Mets visit

More than most players, Brandon Nimmo can understand the burden of expectations saddled on a former Mets first-round draft pick who will be arriving to Citi Field with the Mariners on Friday.
Lookout Landing May 11, 2022
Mariners finally get rid of mysterious ouija board in attic, coincidentally start hitting in win over Phillies

Mariners finally get rid of mysterious ouija board in attic, coincidentally start hitting in win over Phillies

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports Oh, so that was the problem Last Friday, the Mariners almost won. With the M’s down 4-5 in the bottom of the eighth inning and in the midst of a four-game losing streak, Julio Rodríguez reached base on an infield single. Julio’s hit set the stage for Jarred Kelenic, whose recent struggles at the plate had sparked speculation that he might be near a demotion to triple-A. Two pitches later, Jarred had deposited a dinger over the center field fence, giving the Mariners the lead, exorcising his own demons, and setting the stage for a...
Lookout Landing May 10, 2022
We’re not making s&%^ up about Jarred Kelenic’s stance

We’re not making s&%^ up about Jarred Kelenic’s stance

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Trying to make sense of the 22-year-old’s early struggles. It’s easier to number the interruptions than the smooth transitions in Jarred Kelenic’s short professional career. A trade just months after his draft day out of high school. His lone “normal” year of 2019, soaring from then-Low-A West Virginia to then-High-A Modesto and eventually Double-A Arkansas, concluding with mild injuries that held him out of most of the Arizona Fall League. Then, COVID struck the 2020 minor league season from the record, disgraced former Seattle...
The Seattle Times May 8, 2022
George Kirby has strong debut as Mariners beat Rays to snap six-game losing streak

George Kirby has strong debut as Mariners beat Rays to snap six-game losing streak

In the bottom of the 10th inning, Ty France gave the Mariners a 2-1 win with a walk-off single to left field to score Jarred Kelenic.
Lookout Landing May 7, 2022
12-15: Chart

12-15: Chart

Photo by Abbie Parr/ In which the Mariners find their offense and somehow it hurts more Baseball Savant ouch Lucy Van Pelt: Jarred Kelenic, +.597 WPA Charlie Brown: Paul Sewald, -.789 WPA OTD in Ichiro: In 2009 in a game against the Royals, Ichiro made this amazing throw to the plate to catch Mitch Maier in a pickle, on a hit by Willie Bloomquist (hi, buddy!).
The Seattle Times May 7, 2022
Jarred Kelenic’s clutch homer goes for naught as Mariners cough up lead in ninth, lose to Rays

Jarred Kelenic’s clutch homer goes for naught as Mariners cough up lead in ninth, lose to Rays

All losses sting, and the Mariners have felt plenty of pain in the last two weeks, but this 8-7 loss might have been the most hurtful.
Lookout Landing May 3, 2022
12-12: Chart

12-12: Chart

we could be like this but you playin (badly) | Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports Mariners again fail to pack their bats on a road trip, lose disappointingly Astros 4, Mariners 0 Chris Flexen: 5 IP, 1 ER (solo HR to Álvarez) Total hits recorded by the Mariners: 4 Number of extra-base hits: 0 The best little WPAhouse in Texas: I don’t care who actually earned this (Flexen), I am giving it to Penn Murfee, the only pitcher who didn’t allow a run, and also to Jarred Kelenic, who walked twice and did not strike out once. Progress! Getting Chainsaw Massacred:...

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