12:21 PM EDT, Sat April 20, 2019
Lookout Landing 10 hours ago
15-8: Chart

15-8: Chart

Like a bite-size version of last night’s win! wooooooooo Omar Little: Tim Beckham, .281 WPA Jimmy McNulty: Marco Gonzales, -.111 WPA
Lookout Landing Apr 17, 2019
13-8: Chart

13-8: Chart

it’s one run, Michael, what could it cost, ten dollars? this graph also represents the amount of time that will be devoted to talking baseball on sports radio this week Doing all he can: Erik Swanson, .159 WPA Not doing all he can: Tim Beckham, -.122 WPA Mariner pitcher strikeouts: 11Mariner pitcher walks: 1 Mariner batter strikeouts: 14Mariner batter walks: 2
Lookout Landing Apr 16, 2019
Control the Zone Redux: The Mariners are emphasizing plate discipline again

Control the Zone Redux: The Mariners are emphasizing plate discipline again

Have the Mariners really improved their plate discipline this year? Earlier this month, I examined three Mariners hitters who had shown serious improvements to their plate discipline during the first week of the season. Tim Beckham, Domingo Santana, and Ryon Healy are still laying off those pitches thrown out of the zone, but this newfound self-control isn’t just limited to them, it’s a team-wide phenomenon. If you go down the Mariners lineup, almost every batter has lowered their chase rate (O-Swing%) in 2019, some by significant margins. The three I wrote about earlier are the biggest...
Lookout Landing Apr 16, 2019
13-6: Chart

13-6: Chart

Have some fest with your slop. FanGraphs Love is a Battlefield: Omar Narváez - WPA .220 The Rules of Love: Tim Beckham - WPA -.180 Ding/Err: 2 HRs to 2 errors (Season total 41 to 23)
Lookout Landing Apr 11, 2019
Zephyrs lie, Gusts lie, Dingers don’t. Mariners sweep Royals with 7-6 win in extras

Zephyrs lie, Gusts lie, Dingers don’t. Mariners sweep Royals with 7-6 win in extras

On a blustery day, a Sweepsmas to remember. It seemed over, and that was okay. The Mariners had started this season with approximately 13 excellent offensive performances out of their first 15 games, and an average one today wasn’t the end of the world. The wind was swirling the home team’s way, befuddling Domingo Santana and Tim Beckham at different points and helping buffet both Mike Leake and the ROOT centerfield camera out of being their usually steady selves. ROOT Waterfalls, they said. A nice touch, they said. With a trio of homers from Jorge Soler,...
Lookout Landing Apr 11, 2019
13-2: Chart

13-2: Chart

I mean COME ON. FanGraphs The Zephyr of the West: Mitch Haniger (WPA .394) Using the Yu-Gi-Oh card Kazejin: Tim Beckham (WPA -.269) Dingers vs. Errors: 2 to 2 (Season totals now 34 to 19)
Lookout Landing Apr 9, 2019
4/9/19: Open Game Thread

4/9/19: Open Game Thread

Gonzales vs. Junis, take two Exactly one year ago today, Marco Gonzales and Jakob Junis faced each other at Kauffman Stadium. It was a game to forget for Seattle, with Marco getting knocked around early and the bats unable to figure out Junis. This rematch, however, promises more intrigue. Lineups ... Haniger gets a day off. Beckham out another day pic.twitter.com/bGyvBECeRb— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) April 9, 2019 Tim Beckham sits for the second straight day, though it’s possible we may see him pinch-hit in the later innings. Mitch Haniger is also somewhat surprisingly getting...
The Seattle Times Apr 8, 2019
Tim Beckham out of the Mariners lineup with a tight right hamstring

Tim Beckham out of the Mariners lineup with a tight right hamstring

Manager Scott Servais also gave centerfield Mallex Smith a scheduled day off in the series opener vs. the Royals
Lookout Landing Apr 8, 2019
Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/8/19: Mike Cameron, Albert Pujols, and Baylor Basketball

Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/8/19: Mike Cameron, Albert Pujols, and Baylor Basketball

The Mariners are rolling along, and the rest of baseball is just a mere witness. Good morning everybody! It’s a good time to be a fan of the first place Seattle Mariners. The M’s are headed to Kansas City to play the Royals tonight, and we’ve got you covered with all of the links you need in the interim. In Mariners news... This was from before yesterday’s game, but this is awesome. Of Seattle’s 24 HRs, 17 are from players new to the team this year: Jay Bruce (5), Tim Beckham (4), Domingo Santana (4), Omar Narváez (2), Edwin Encarnación (1) and Mallex Smith (1)...
The Seattle Times Apr 6, 2019
Mike Leake solid as Mariners keep on mashing to bounce back against White Sox

Mike Leake solid as Mariners keep on mashing to bounce back against White Sox

Jay Bruce homered twice and Tim Beckham added another three-run blast, while Mike Leake pitched into the seventh, allowing just a pair of solo home runs. Seattle has homered in all 10 of its games and is now 8-2.

Bruce, Beckham go deep; homer-happy Mariners rip ChiSox 9-2

Jay Bruce hit two solo home runs, Tim Beckham had a three-run shot among his four hits and the Seattle Mariners powered their way past the Chicago White Sox 9-2 Saturday.
Lookout Landing Apr 6, 2019
8-2: Chart

8-2: Chart

The Mariners continue their quest to destroy our learned cynicism The White Sox had 14 hits, which resulted in all of two runs. The Mariners had 10 hits and nine runs. #DingerLyf No Errors and Three Dingers: Actual Werewolf Tim Beckham (WPA .179) FIFTY-THREE TOOTBLANs: Dylan Moore (WPA -.098)

Mariners’ bats stay red-hot in win over White Sox

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington Jay Bruce homers twice and Tim Beckham adds another to lead Seattle to a 9-2 victory. Mariners’ bats stay red-hot in win over White Sox Wire Service
Lookout Landing Apr 3, 2019
67 Reasons Tim Beckham is the Best Player in Baseball

67 Reasons Tim Beckham is the Best Player in Baseball

Numbers 14, 37, and 62 will shock you! 1. Tim Beckham is literally the most valuable player in baseball. Fangraphs Tim Beckham: Valued Person 2. Tim Beckham hit two home runs off of Cy Young and Pasta Look-Alike Contest Winner Chris Sale. Players to homer twice in a game off Chris Sale:Ryan Raburn (9/7/15)Eric Hosmer (6/10/16)Miguel Cabrera (9/5/16)Josh Donaldson (9/26/17)José Altuve (10/5/17 - postseason)Tim Beckham (today)— Christopher Kamka (@ckamka) March 29, 2019 This list is Ryan Rayburn and future Hall of Famers (glances nervously at Hosmer’s...
Lookout Landing Apr 2, 2019
Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/2/19: Tim Beckham, Xander Bogaerts, and Hunter Greene

Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/2/19: Tim Beckham, Xander Bogaerts, and Hunter Greene

Some stories to kick off your Tuesday. Good morning everybody! I hope you’ve had a good start to your week and are ready to kick off today with some fresh links. In Mariners news... In some former Mariners news... A pair of ex-Mariners minor leaguers have found new homes in the Frontier League. Marvin Gorgas, who spent all of 2018 with Single-A Clinton, has signed with the River City Rascals, while Nick Wegmann, last year's 34th round draft pick, has joined the Washington Wild Things.— Tim Beckham Disciple Joe Veyera (@JoeVeyera) April 1, 2019 A well-earned honor for...

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