1:11 PM EDT, Sun May 26, 2019
Lookout Landing 3 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/26/19: Corey Hart, Dee Gordon, and Fernando Rodney

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/26/19: Corey Hart, Dee Gordon, and Fernando Rodney

Sunday Links If you are looking for some good, clean fun I have a suggestion. Go onto LinkedIn with a friend and start a chat with said friend. Only use the suggested responses. Guaranteed fun. The links are also guaranteed fun. In Mariners News... Former Mariner Corey Hart won the Hall of Fame Classic Home Run Derby. Your #HOFClassic Home Run Derby winner is @Brewers rep Corey Hart! pic.twitter.com/2gWPny9wQv— Baseball Hall ⚾ (@baseballhall) May 25, 2019 Noelvi Marte. #Diosprimero pic.twitter.com/6zVeqxSM11— Noelvi Marte (@MarteNoelvi) May 25, 2019 Dee Gordon is...
The Seattle Times 4 hours ago
Mariners Sunday mailbag: What’s it like to cover a team that hasn’t made the playoffs in 17 seasons?

Mariners Sunday mailbag: What’s it like to cover a team that hasn’t made the playoffs in 17 seasons?

It's not as bad as you think — and it doesn't mean the Mariners are a bad organization. Also in Ryan Divish's weekly mailbag: Is a trade or an extension in Daniel Vogelbach's future? What other teams could M's fans adopt? And Divish ranks his top-five minor-league team names.
Lookout Landing 16 hours ago
Lessons from the 2019 Mariners

Lessons from the 2019 Mariners

who, btw, lost again today In the bottom of the 1st, with the leadoff runner on first base and no outs, Kyle Seager turned an effortless double play. After years of Kyle Seager at third base, it can be easy to forget that clean plays and quick, accurate throws are not automatic, but the first couple months of the season have reminded us that they are indeed not. It’s good to have these reminders sometimes, to keep us from growing complacent with the good things we do have. Let us appreciate the 2019 Mariners for that. Seager’s play was quickly followed by a solo home run off the bat of...
The Seattle Times 17 hours ago
Yusei Kikuchi has worst outing as Mariners lose 6-5 in Oakland, their fifth straight loss

Yusei Kikuchi has worst outing as Mariners lose 6-5 in Oakland, their fifth straight loss

The Mariners have lost 20 of their past 25 games after falling Saturday afternoon in Oakland, 6-5.
Lookout Landing 17 hours ago
23-31: Chart

23-31: Chart

Kyle Seager did not save us Three-day weekend: Domingo Santana, .122 WPA Two-day weekend: Yusei Kikuchi, -.407
Lookout Landing 21 hours ago
5/25/19: Open Game Thread

5/25/19: Open Game Thread

Kyle Seager returns to save us Early in the season, when things were good, there seemed to be a brief moment of “what will we do with Kyle Seager when he returns?” Now things are bad, and he is back, and our hopes that he single-handedly (although they both work now!) right this ship and set us back on the course to at least be able to see .500 don’t seem unreasonable at all. Yusei Kikuchi’s last start was also the Mariners’ last win - a 7-4 victory over the Twins in which Kukuchi gave up 1 earned run (3 total) on 5 hits over 6 innings, striking out 6 and walking 2. The two...
The Seattle Times 23 hours ago
Mariners Game Day: Live updates, how to watch as Yusei Kikuchi tries to snap Seattle’s losing streak

Mariners Game Day: Live updates, how to watch as Yusei Kikuchi tries to snap Seattle’s losing streak

Seattle Mariners (23-30, L4) at Oakland A’s (26-25, W4) 1:07 p.m. | Oakland Coliseum | Oakland, Calif. TV: ROOT | Radio: 710 AM/97.3 FM | Stream: MLB.tv LHP Yusei Kikuchi (3-1, 3.43) vs. RHP Mike Fiers (3-3, 5.05) STARTING LINEUPS
Lookout Landing May 25, 2019
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/25/19: Julio Rodriguez, Cavan Biggio, and The Twins

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/25/19: Julio Rodriguez, Cavan Biggio, and The Twins

Long Weekend Links Let’s start this long weekend right. Catch up on news and notes from around the league. In Mariners News... Here’s a report on Logan Gilbert from Baseball Prospectus ($). Kyle Seager is anxious to get back to work for the M’s ($). The Mariners are tied for second in most balls hit 400+ feet. Most #barrels hit by team1. Twins: 1502. Braves: 130Most balls hit 400+ feet by team1. Twins: 582-T. Braves/Cubs/Mariners: 48Most balls hit 100+ mph by team1. Twins: 3592. Red Sox: 344— David Adler (@_dadler) May 24, 2019 Similarly, the Mariners have been hit pretty...

Athletics hand the Mariners their fifth straight loss

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington Seattle gets two home runs from Domingo Santana, but it’s not enough to stop their skid Athletics hand the Mariners their fifth straight loss Wire Service
Lookout Landing May 25, 2019
Mariners try to bash, get bashed instead, and call it an early night

Mariners try to bash, get bashed instead, and call it an early night

Oakland Nights, indeed. The Mariners lost in Oakland earlier tonight. It was not an exciting game. Since the the team played the Athletics and I am a sucker for late 80’s/early 90’s nostalgia, here is a loose recap through the lens of the incredibly outlandish and absurd “The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience,” which just came out on Netflix yesterday (all images copyright Netflix/The Lonely Island). In the first inning, Oakland’s Daniel Mengden threw a lot of pitches. Domingo Santana singled to shallow centerfield and Daniel Vogelbach scored from second...

Olson, Canha go back-to-back in A's 6-2 win over Mariners

Matt Olson and Mark Canha hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning, and the Oakland Athletics beat the slumping Seattle Mariners 6-2 on Friday night for their seventh straight win.
Lookout Landing May 25, 2019
23-30: Chart

23-30: Chart

Sometimes you bash, sometimes you get bashed tfw u get bashed The Bash Brothers: Domingo Santana, .129 WPA Walt Weiss: Wade LeBlanc, -.240 WPA
The Seattle Times May 25, 2019
Mariners challenge club record for stranded runners in loss to A’s

Mariners challenge club record for stranded runners in loss to A’s

The Mariners leave 15 runners on base, three short of the club record, in a 6-2 loss in Oakland.
Lookout Landing May 24, 2019
5/24: Open Game Thread

5/24: Open Game Thread

Daniel Mengden vs. Wade LeBlanc The Mariners have survived against the A’s this year, but this time they have to face Oakland on their home turf for a three-game set. The A’s are heavily favored, 60-40, in all three of these games, although the Mariners will be facing a slate of pitchers they’ve already seen in Daniel Mengden, Mike Fiers, and Brett Anderson. #Mariners Gameday Info - May 24 at #Athletics. Lineups, Game Notes & More: https://t.co/Jd2Hq4H0KZ pic.twitter.com/6CE3dqKqp8— MarinersPR (@MarinersPR) May 24, 2019 Wade LeBlanc will make his second start back after coming...
The Seattle Times May 24, 2019
Kyle Seager set to return to Mariners lineup Saturday in Oakland

Kyle Seager set to return to Mariners lineup Saturday in Oakland

The third baseman is healed after tearing a ligament in his thumb in spring training.

Mariners Player News

  • 4 Yusei Kikuchi

    Yusei Kikuchi

    Yusei Kikuchi has worst outing as Mariners lose 6-5 in Oakland, their fifth straight loss

  • 3 Kyle Seager

    Kyle Seager

    Lessons from the 2019 Mariners

  • 1 Domingo Santana

    Domingo Santana

    23-31: Chart

  • 1 Daniel Vogelbach

    Daniel Vogelbach

    Mariners Sunday mailbag: What’s it like to cover a team that hasn’t made the playoffs in 17 seasons?

  • 1 Dee Gordon

    Dee Gordon

    Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/26/19: Corey Hart, Dee Gordon, and Fernando Rodney

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