9:40 AM EDT, Fri July 01, 2022
Lookout Landing 6 hours ago
Mariners have a gay old time, triumph 8-6 on Pride Night

Mariners have a gay old time, triumph 8-6 on Pride Night

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports This game was a RIOT, y’all! Man. I mean, man alive. Where to even start with this one? I suppose we could start in the top of the first, with Logan Gilbert touching triple digits for what I believe was the first time... ever? Let’s go with ever. Despite only one pitch of his first fifteen in the opening frame being a non-fastball, he had my attention (well, even more than he already does) after he juuuust missed ringing up Ramón Laureano and set down the top of the A’s lineup in order. Might feel like you see it more often but...
The Seattle Times 8 hours ago
Cal Raleigh injects some fun for Mariners as they take down A’s

Cal Raleigh injects some fun for Mariners as they take down A’s

His "Little League" home run helps the Mariners, winners of eight of their last 10, stay hot with an 8-6 series-opening win vs. the A's.
Lookout Landing 8 hours ago
37-41: Chart

37-41: Chart

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports ending june with a triumph? feels good, man Winning eight out of your last ten: Cal Raleigh and Dylan Moore, +.192 WPA each Your season ending a week and a half ago: Logan Gilbert, -.293 WPA On This Date in Ichiro: In 2004, Ichiro kicked off a 60-game stretch where he notched 120 hits and batted .460, the best stretch of that length since Ty Cobb
The Seattle Times 10 hours ago
What’s the key for Jarred Kelenic putting Tacoma in his rearview mirror for a return to Mariners? It’s in the process

What’s the key for Jarred Kelenic putting Tacoma in his rearview mirror for a return to Mariners? It’s in the process

The former top prospect is still just 22 years old and has plenty of time to become a star for the Mariners. But it'll be a process to get there.
Lookout Landing 12 hours ago
6/30/22: Open Game Thread

6/30/22: Open Game Thread

@Mariners on Twitter let’s close out june with pride! Good evening, everyone, and a very happy Pride Night for folks headed to the game tonight! While it’s uncertain whether the M’s will be wearing any on-field flair, they were taking BP in style. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/YPwJXgqdOj— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) July 1, 2022 And here are the lineups, dropped in a timely manner! It’s a Logan Gilbert night, hooray! Unfortunately, the first thing that jumps out in the batting order is the absence of J.P. Crawford. Sure enough, his...
Lookout Landing 19 hours ago
Opportunity Knocks: Mariners vs. Athletics Series Preview

Opportunity Knocks: Mariners vs. Athletics Series Preview

Peter Aiken-USA TODAY Sports The Mariners host the Athletics for four games this weekend. Remember all the way back to mid-June when the Mariners were entering their five-game series against the Angels? It seems like forever ago, I know. That mega series began an 18-game stretch against teams below .500 that ends with this weekend series against the A’s. I thought that if the Mariners could go 12-6 during this stretch, they’d get back to around .500 and position themselves well for a nice little run into the All-Star break. They’ve gone 8-6 so far and need a sweep...
Lookout Landing 19 hours ago
About Last Night: We love a debut

About Last Night: We love a debut

Photo by Alika Jenner/ celebrate (other people’s) good times, come on! As Mariners fans, we’re frequently called on to celebrate things other than offensive outcomes. We’ve had to, to keep loving baseball. A quality start, a diving catch, a loyal player who stays on a losing team. If practice makes perfect, we’re better at this than many. And so, as Mariners fans, we are perfectly situated to appreciate a Major League debut. Celebrating a player’s first trip up to the plate or the mound isn’t about applauding an outcome, but rather the work put in to get to...
Lookout Landing 20 hours ago
State of the Farm, 6/30/22: Edwin Arroyo bounces back, Ben Ramirez’s big week, Stephen Kolek impresses

State of the Farm, 6/30/22: Edwin Arroyo bounces back, Ben Ramirez’s big week, Stephen Kolek impresses

Stephen Kolek Plus your weekly Jarred Kelenic update Welcome to this week’s installment of State of the Farm, a broad overview of the Mariners farm that complements our weekly check-ins with how each affiliate is doing. As a reminder, we’ll be updating each week with the latest stats we can find from MiLB and FanGraphs; all numbers are updated at the time of writing but might have shifted some by publication. Transactions: Tacoma: activated: LF Trey Amburgey, RHP Chris Mazza, LHP Brennan Bernandino, 2B Forrest Wall from the 7-day IL Everett: activated RHP Tim...
Lookout Landing 23 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/30/22: Julio Rodríguez, Rob Manfred, and Freddie Freeman

Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/30/22: Julio Rodríguez, Rob Manfred, and Freddie Freeman

Photo by Matthew Stockman/ We have some insight on the direction of the sport. Hello everyone and welcome to the final day of June! Mariners baseball continues tonight with a game against the A’s. Here are some links to get your day started. In Mariners news... That’s some good company Julio finds himself in. most batted balls with an exit velocity of 109 MPH or higher (this HR was 109.3 MPH), 2022:1. Giancarlo Stanton - 402. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 383. Aaron Judge - 364. JULIO!!! - 255. Pete Alonso - 24T-6. Austin Riley - 23T-6. Yordan Álvarez -...

Rodriguez, Raleigh lead Mariners over Athletics

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington The young standouts each come up with big hits in Seattle’s 8-6 victory over Oakland. Rodriguez, Raleigh lead Mariners over Athletics Wire Service
Lookout Landing Jun 29, 2022
Mariners trap Orioles in time loop, win 9-3

Mariners trap Orioles in time loop, win 9-3

Photo by Alika Jenner/ austin voth wakes up to sonny and cher as his alarm If you’re anything like me, you love a good time loop. It’s one of my favorite sci-fi premises. Groundhog Day, Palm Springs, the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Cause and Effect,” etc. I love them all. Time loops offer opportunities for unique storytelling. They show us how putting in the same or similar inputs can lead to radically different results. And this is where, importantly, they relate to baseball. Baseball is, I think, the closest we can get to time loops in real life....
The Seattle Times Jun 29, 2022
After eight years of the grind, Marcus Wilson makes his major league debut with the Mariners

After eight years of the grind, Marcus Wilson makes his major league debut with the Mariners

Called up before the game, Wilson worked a walk in his big league debut, which came as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning of the win against the Orioles.
Lookout Landing Jun 29, 2022
36-41: Chart

36-41: Chart

Photo by Alika Jenner/ a healthy dose of chaos leads to the win Baseball Savant All-you-can-eat crab buffet: Sam Haggerty (.220 WPA) ..that’s been sitting out for a week: Carlos Santana (-.050 WPA) OTD in Ichiro: In 2002 Ichiro hit the only opposite-field home run of his career, a leadoff homer off future Mariners bullpen coach Mike Hampton. When you build a career as deep as Ichiro’s, even a slap hitter can get an oppo shot. That’s demonstrated by the fact that he was still rolling 15 years later when he made a highlight reel catch in left.
The Seattle Times Jun 29, 2022
Mariners take series over Orioles with 9-3 win

Mariners take series over Orioles with 9-3 win

Wednesday's win over the Orioles was highlighted by a big-boy blast into the upper deck from Julio Rodriguez.
Lookout Landing Jun 29, 2022
6/29/22: Open Game Thread

6/29/22: Open Game Thread

look mom, i can fly! | Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports mariners go fishing for some crabs On this lovely Wednesday afternoon, the Mariners will go for their third straight series win. Making that easier, the Orioles will be turning it over to their bullpen to carry them. They do have the fourth best bullpen by ERA, though. Looking to score some runs against guys named “Austin Voth,” “Dillon Tate,” and “Paul Fry,” the Mariners will be trotting out: Honestly, not a terrible lineup, methinks. Santana batting 5th is an aggressive choice, but...

Mariners Player News

  • 3 Logan Gilbert

    Logan Gilbert

    Mariners have a gay old time, triumph 8-6 on Pride Night

  • 2 Cal Raleigh

    Cal Raleigh

    Cal Raleigh injects some fun for Mariners as they take down A’s

  • 2 Jarred Kelenic

    Jarred Kelenic

    What’s the key for Jarred Kelenic putting Tacoma in his rearview mirror for a return to Mariners? It’s in the process

  • 1 J.P. Crawford

    J.P. Crawford

    6/30/22: Open Game Thread

  • 1 Dylan Moore

    Dylan Moore

    37-41: Chart

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