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Lookout Landing Sep 14, 2021
Mariners Moose Tracks, 9/14/21: Gleyber Torres, Jose Siri, and Chris Paddack

Mariners Moose Tracks, 9/14/21: Gleyber Torres, Jose Siri, and Chris Paddack

Photo by Norm Hall/ Plenty of baseball news to catch up on as we continue in the last three weeks of the regular season. An exciting win against the Red Sox, highlighted by a dominant Logan Gilbert performance and Mitch Haniger go-ahead home run, brings the Mariners within two games of a wild card spot. Second game of the series tonight at 7:10. Let’s do this. In Mariners news... The ACL Mariners are having fun, to say the least. the ACL Mariners are currently playing a crazy game against the Cubs in which Harry Ford homered earlier and Edwin Arroyo just hit a...
Lookout Landing Sep 14, 2021
Mariners make Monday feel like Friday, win 5-4 over Red Sox

Mariners make Monday feel like Friday, win 5-4 over Red Sox

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Logan Gilbert dazzles against one of AL’s best offenses, Mitch Haniger comes in clutch We’re used to Red Sox games at T-Mobile (née Safeco) being a one-sided affair both on the field and off of it, as the Boston faithful who have somehow washed ashore three thousand miles away from their hometown team take over the park, washing out Mariners’ fans gentle blues and greens with baked bean-red. But even after a disappointing series loss against one of baseball’s worst teams this weekend, the Mariners made tonight feel like a Friday...
The Seattle Times Sep 14, 2021
Mitch Haniger gets serious with three-run homer as Mariners win 5-4, pick up a game on Red Sox

Mitch Haniger gets serious with three-run homer as Mariners win 5-4, pick up a game on Red Sox

Haniger’s three-run homer off reliever Ryan Brasier in the seventh inning broke a 2-2 tie and gave the Mariners a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
Lookout Landing Sep 14, 2021
78-66: Chart

78-66: Chart

Photo by Abbie Parr/ Mariners eke out a win against their Wild Card competitors, defeat Boston 5-4 West coast: Mitch Haniger, .375 WPA East coast: Ty France, -.135 WPA Tonight’s attendance: 18,219 (!)
Lookout Landing Sep 12, 2021
77-66: Chart

77-66: Chart

Disappointed J.P. is again Disappointed | Photo by Steph Chambers/ Mariners drop game, series to D-Backs, lose 5-4 Farts, part two. Pulp Fiction: Mitch Haniger, .137 WPA National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1: Anthony Misiewicz, -.386 WPA
Lookout Landing Sep 11, 2021
77-64: Chart

77-64: Chart

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Get a little everything goin right in your heart Baseball Savant Catchers who rake: Tom Murphy (WPA .177) Pitchers who break: Mitch Haniger (WPA -.095)
Lookout Landing Sep 7, 2021
75-64: Chart

75-64: Chart

Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports Would it feel better or worse if every team started the season at zero and instead of wins and losses their number would add or subtract one accordingly? Normal Mondays: Anthony Misiewicz (.157 WPA) Tuesdays masquerading as Mondays after a long weekend: Mitch Haniger (-.338 WPA)
Lookout Landing Sep 4, 2021
9/4/21: Open Game Thread

9/4/21: Open Game Thread

Photo by Kelsey Grant/ The Mariners look to gain some ground in the playoff race Yesterday’s series opener against the Diamondbacks started out really well, but began to go South before finally ending with a Mariners win. Today’s game sees them facing the young Humberto Castellanos, who has found success in his first two starts of the season. Hopefully the Mariners will be able to use what film they have on him to do a bit more damage. Mitch Haniger and Ty France will be the only Mariners hitting from the right side of the dish in the Mariners’...
Lookout Landing Sep 1, 2021
71-62: Chart

71-62: Chart

High fives for plate discipline! | Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Like being jolted from slumber by a unicorn bearing candy corn and coffee. Being naturally awakened after a restful night’s sleep: Yusei Kikuch (.436 WPA) Your iPhone alarm clanging a handful of hours after you initially set it: Mitch Haniger (-.157 WPA)
Lookout Landing Aug 31, 2021
8/31/21: Open Game Thread

8/31/21: Open Game Thread

Photo by Steph Chambers/ at long last, august draws to a close Not sure if this is just me, but August this year has felt longer than any August in years past, and the last week or so has really driven the “dog days of summer” trope home. Miraculously, though, the Mariners enter the final day of the month at 14-13, a record which is approximately five games better than it’s felt like. Lance McCullers, Jr. has had Seattle’s number all season, and tonight they’ll retaliate with one of the more left-leaning lineups of the season - Mitch Haniger and...
The Seattle Times Aug 20, 2021
After missing almost two seasons, Mariners’ Mitch Haniger hits career high in home runs

After missing almost two seasons, Mariners’ Mitch Haniger hits career high in home runs

On Thursday, Mitch Haniger hit his 27th home run of the year, eclipsing the 26 he hit in 2018, when he was an All-Star.

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