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The Seattle Times Jul 14, 2018
Mariners have now lost 6 of 9 after 10-7 defeat at Colorado Rockies

Mariners have now lost 6 of 9 after 10-7 defeat at Colorado Rockies

The Rockies made full usage of Coors Field on a shirt-soaking hot Friday night in their 10-7 defeat of the Mariners.
Purple Row Jul 7, 2018
Rockies 5, Mariners 1: Noel Cuevas comes through

Rockies 5, Mariners 1: Noel Cuevas comes through

One of the least likely Rockies came through with the big blow against James Paxton. The Colorado Rockies won their fifth game and third series in a row with a 5-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners Saturday at Safeco Field. The Rockies have now won eight of their last nine games overall. Noel Cuevas played the hero for the Rockies, with a three-run home run in the seventh inning against Mariners starter James Paxton, breaking a 1-1 tie. It was just the second home run of Cuevas’ career. The long ball from Cuevas meant that another strong pitching performance from the Rockies was not in...
Lookout Landing Jul 6, 2018
56-32: Chart

56-32: Chart

Easy does it Dee Gordon, Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger, Nelson Cruz, Kyle Seager, Denard Span, Guillermo Heredia, Ben Gamel, Mike Zunino, Chris Herrmann, Davis Freitas, Marco Gonzales, James Paxton, Félix Hernández, Mike Leake, Wade LeBlanc, Álex Colomé, Edwin Díaz, Andrew Romine, James Pazos, Chasen Bradford, Nick Rumbelow, Ryon Healy, Nick Vincent, Roenis Elias, and Juan Nicasio: Marco Gonzales (0.227 WPA) Mike Trout and 24 jabronies: Kyle Seager (-0.126 WPA)
Lookout Landing Jun 22, 2018
46-30: Chart

46-30: Chart

Not... ideal... Playing in adult sized ballparks: Nelson Cruz (0.418 WPA) Playing in ballparks for children and babies: Juan Nicasio (-0.532 WPA)
The Seattle Times Jun 18, 2018
Mariners activated right-handed pitcher Juan Nicasio and catcher Chris Herrmann from the disabled list

Mariners activated right-handed pitcher Juan Nicasio and catcher Chris Herrmann from the disabled list

Right-hander pitcher Rob Whalen and catcher David Freitas were optioned to Class AAA Tacoma.
Lookout Landing Jun 18, 2018
Mariners activate Juan Nicasio and Chris Herrmann, option Freitas and Whalen

Mariners activate Juan Nicasio and Chris Herrmann, option Freitas and Whalen

SuperBullpen (re)asseeeemmmbblllleeeee!!! After a promising 2-2 start to the toughest stretch of their season, the Mariners made a pair of moves to reinforce the back end of their bullpen and backup catcher spots prior to heading out to the East Coast. The Mariners have activated Juan Nicasio and Chris Herrmann from the DL. Whalen and Freitas optioned back to Tacoma.— Shannon Drayer (@shannondrayer) June 18, 2018 Nicasio has been nearly untouchable in eight appearance from May 18 - June 5, when he he logged 9.0 innings allowing just three hits and no walks while striking out 16. He...

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