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    In the first three innings of Thursday’s series finale against the Seattle Mariners, the San Francisco Giants looked overwhelmed by the moment and fazed by pressure. Rookie center fielder Mauricio Dubón committed a mental error by missing a cut-off man, allowing the Mariners to tack on an extra run. Starting pitcher Tyler Anderson lost his composure, voiced his frustration about a call and was ejected by home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso before recording an out in the third inning. A Giants offense that has been consistent and patient throughout the season was taking bad swings and making weak contact against Mariners pitcher Nick Margevicius, who gave up seven runs in San Francisco last week. The mistakes were uncharacteristic...
    Headline in Wednesday’s Post read “Steve Cohen’s first move as Mets owner should be to sign J.T. Realmuto.” Wrong. Steve Cohen’s first move as Mets owner should be to have Stitches pick whoever the Amazin’s are playing. Call me. No one is occupying any zones or any ballparks in Seattle. Wildfires out West have left the city with the “worst air quality in the world” so the two-game series between the Mariners and Giants was postponed. The teams will play in San Francisco on Thursday. Starting pitchers are Tyler Anderson (2-3, ERA 4.50) and Nick Margevicius (1-3, ERA 5.34), a rematch from last Wednesday. The Giants’ Anderson tossed six shutout innings to get the ‘W’. The Mariners’ Margevicius was nicked...
    Kyle Lewis made an amazing play Monday night. The Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics are playing two games Monday in some eerie conditions. The air is hazy due to wildfires and it is arguably unsafe to be playing in that environment. Alas, the games are being played and the Mariners took the first. The Mariners still have hope for a postseason berth and rookie Kyle Lewis has been a key reason for the team’s success. The young man appeared in only 18 games last season and is now a frontrunner for Rookie of the Year honors. The former first-round pick made a spectacular play Monday night that showed his defense is another reason why he is a top rookie in...
    Demi Lovato reveals wedding dress plans, more news Tech companies are starting to let their employees work from anywhere — as long as they take a lower salary The Mariners and As Are Playing in a Smoke-Filled Stadium, Which Cant be Healthy The Seattle Mariners and Oakland A's are playing a doubleheader in Seattle on Monday and, by the looks of it, they probably shouldn't be. Smoke is visible in the air at T-Mobile Park and the air quality in the city is far below healthy levels. © Provided by The Big Lead Oakland Athletics v Seattle Mariners - Game One Here are a few clips from the first game of the doubleheader and remember, that's not fog...
    Can the Seattle Mariners keep up their winning ways? The Texas Rangers have simply forgotten how to win baseball games after Fernando Tatis Jr’s fateful grand slam, and the Seattle Mariners pounced on their ineptitude. The Mariners are now back in the playoff picture, as they haven’t lost since August 29 are now in third place in the AL West. The Mariners might be in the middle of a rebuild, as GM Jerry Dipoto can’t go five minutes without making a trade, but that hasn’t stopped a very young, very inexperienced team from scrapping together enough wins to put themselves back in the postseason chase. WWWWWinners of the last five. Keep it rolling. pic.twitter.com/OWf7aph6c8 — Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) September 7,...
    AJ Preller and Jerry Dipoto weren’t done swapping players The San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners completed arguably the most complicated transaction at the MLB trade deadline, in which seven players were moved in one fell swoop. General managers AJ Preller and Jerry Dipoto, respectively, loved the move so much, that they decided to make another trade at the buzzer on Monday! According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the Mariners are trading relief pitcher Taylor Williams to the Padres in exchange for a player to be named later. The Padres, who apparently hadn’t raided Seattle’s bullpen enough, get reliever Taylor Williams from the Mariners for a PTBNL a day after getting two more of their relievers in the Austin Nola-Taylor...
    Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images 4. Houston Astros AL West Despite the trials and tribulations that this organization has endured this calendar year, the Houston Astros are in prime position to clinch a playoff spot. That’s mostly due to the Texas Rangers, Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels sitting well behind them in the AL Central standings. Even so, the Astros are still a flawed team that was severely hindered by injuries. The team lost ace Justin Verlander to a forearm injury shortly after the team’s season opener against the Mariners. Designated hitter Yordan Alvarez is done for the year after undergoing knee surgery. Closer Roberto Osuna is not expected to return after being placed on the 45-day injured list...
    Royal Mom Sophie Wessex Gets Candid About Raising Teens and the Importance of Openness After Dow inclusion news, Salesforce stock soars on reveal of first $5 billion quarter Whos That Guy? Kyle Lewis, the Mariners bright spot who could be Rookie of the Year As much as the baseball world is enamored with Luis Robert — count us as fans — if we were choosing the AL Rookie of the Year right now, it would probably be someone else. That someone is Kyle Lewis, the young outfielder for the Seattle Mariners who has done nothing but produce since he’s been in the big leagues. Lewis made an impact with the Mariners in a brief September big-league stint last year,...
    Bothers Kyle & Corey Seager go head-to-head for the first time in Dodgers, Mariners game. Brothers Kyle and Corey Seager are going to live out a dream on Monday night that many baseball-loving brothers will never be able to do. They’ll go head-to-head for the first time in their pro careers when the Los Angles Dodgers host the Seattle Mariners. Kyle, who plays third base for the Mariners and Corey who plays shortstop for the Dodgers spoke to the media shortly before the series, joking about supporting each other but still wanting to win. “I’m pretty excited. Get to see what all the hype is about,” Kyle said of his All-Star brother. “I hope he goes out tonight and gets...
    ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Second baseman and outfielder Derek Dietrich talked a few hours before his Texas Rangers debut about just wanting to make some kind of impact for his new team. The veteran infielder certainly did in a big comeback against the Seattle Mariners. Dietrich reached base all four times, had a big stolen base and scored twice for the Rangers, who overcame an early four-run deficit for a 7-4 win Wednesday night, wrapping up a homestand when they won five of six games. “That eighth inning, that was fun. I was pumped up,” Dietrich said. “It felt good to feel that again. It’s been a little bit.” Derek Dietrich #32 of the Texas Rangers hits a single against the...
    ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Second baseman and outfielder Nick Solak singled three times and drove in three runs, leading the Texas Rangers to a 4-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night. Solak had a two-run single in the first and an RBI hit in third, when Willie Calhoun added another run-scoring single. Calhoun’s hit scored slugger Joey Gallo, who was hit by a pitch twice and walked his other two times up. Left-hander Mike Minor allowed an infield single and three walks with four strikeouts in four scoreless innings but was pulled after 76 pitches with the Rangers trying to solve a dip in velocity from his previous start. Nick Solak #15 of the Texas Rangers celebrates a 4-2...
    Got sympathy? For whom? Oxiris Barbot resigning as health commissioner in the midst of a pandemic? Or Yoenis Cespedes quitting a team in crisis without informing them? Ex-Met Paul Lo Duca: “To me … punk move and you let down your teammates. But is anyone surprised? Good riddance.” Hmmm. So I assume you’re going with Oxi over the Moron, right Paul? Slow from the gate, the grounded Angels should begin to soar. Many experts had predicted LA to compete in the AL West and they still may. Mike Trout is back after taking time for the birth of his son. Anthony Rendon, battling an oblique injury, had only four hits in seven games played entering Wednesday. Rendon was hitting...
    Hong Kong (CNN)An "SOS" message written on the beach of a tiny Pacific island pointed rescuers to three missing mariners, United States and Australian authorities said Tuesday.The three men had set out in a 23-foot (7 meter) boat last Thursday to make a 26-mile (42 kilometer) journey from Pulawat to Pulap atolls in the Federated States of Micronesia. They went off course and ran out of fuel, landing on tiny, uninhabited Pikelot Island, 118 miles (190 kilometers) from their intended destination, according to US and Australian authorities.The islands are about 500 miles (800 kilometers) south of Guam, and when the men didn't arrive in Pulap, a search was requested through the US Coast Guard's Joint Rescue Sub Center in Guam,...
    To say lefty Yusei Kikuchi has not found success since coming to MLB in 2019 would be putting it mildly and he has the task of attempting to tame the Oakland Athletics on Saturday. Of Kikuchi’s 33 career starts, 22 have seen the total go over as he has registered a 5.61 ERA with 6.5 strikeouts and two home runs allowed per nine innings. In the four starts he made against Oakland last season, three went over the total. Oakland’s Mike Fiers is looking to shake off the early-season struggles he’s had in recent years. In his first start of 2020, he gave up four runs and seven hits in four innings against the Los Angeles Angels. Fiers had...
    Texas Squad to Begin Visiting Season Against Mariners | Bob Levey / . The Astros reported what their game schedule will look like in the MLB’s 60-game season in 2020. The Texas team will begin with six straight home games that will pit them against the Seattle Mariners and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Opening Day duel will be on July 24 against the shippers. pic.twitter.com/z9YIrio4tC – Julia Morales (@JuliaMorales) July 6, 2020 An important week in their playoff qualification aspirations will be for the Astros between August 24 and September 3. Over that span, they’ll have 10 challenges at Minute Maid Park against the Athletics, Angels and Rangers, three direct rivals. Houston is the reigning AL champion and one...
    (CNN)Executives from the Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners have all announced positive coronavirus test results within their respective Major League Baseball organizations. The news Wednesday came a day after the league announced the 2020 regular season will start in July, with the players' association accepting health and safety protocols to guide the return to play. The US on Tuesday also saw the third-highest number of new Covid-19 cases reported in one day since the pandemic began.A Detroit Tigers player and a staff member outside the baseball operations department each tested positive for Covid-19, general manager Al Avila told reporters Wednesday. The player, who tested positive in the last few days, was in Florida but not at the...