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The Seattle Times Mar 5, 2021
Mariners manager Scott Servais: ‘I liked what I saw’ from Chris Flexen’s spring training start

Mariners manager Scott Servais: ‘I liked what I saw’ from Chris Flexen’s spring training start

Chris Flexen is back pitching in the United States and got a "welcome back" gift in the form of a line drive hit directly at him. He snagged it as part of a 1-2-3 first inning. His second (and final) inning of his outing didn't go quite as smooth. But Scott Servais liked what he saw.
Lookout Landing Mar 5, 2021
3/5/21: Mariners Spring Training Game Five Open Game Thread

3/5/21: Mariners Spring Training Game Five Open Game Thread

finally after today we will hopefully have some pics of Flexen in a Mariners uniform | Photo by Jim McIsaac/ The Mariners face their best-case scenario It’s a blustery gray Friday here in pandemic Seattle but the Mariners and White Sox would like to invite you to (virtually) come sit a spell under sunny Arizona skies and watch some of baseball’s youngest/most exciting talent take the field. Mariners vs. White Sox lineups .... 7 innings of baseball pic.twitter.com/hgzf4x54QQ— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) March 5, 2021 Chris Flexen makes both his Mariners debut...
Lookout Landing Feb 21, 2021
Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/21/21: Chris Flexen, Justin Dunn, Jake Marisnick, Caleb Pendleton, 4MOM

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/21/21: Chris Flexen, Justin Dunn, Jake Marisnick, Caleb Pendleton, 4MOM

on second thought, did...did it come from the booty? | Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The 21st of ‘21, is that like the Ides of March? It’s Sunday! If you haven’t yet, make sure to pop over to PitchCon hosted by our friends at Pitcher List and check out all the content that’s available for the day. You can also drop them a donation to keep their site percolating with fresh, free baseball content—half the money raised goes to Feeding America, and there are all kinds of cool prizes, so check it out. Miss a presentation you really want to see? No worries, they...
The Seattle Times Feb 19, 2021
Chris Flexen, the Mariners’ mystery man, is back in the big leagues with a new body and outlook

Chris Flexen, the Mariners’ mystery man, is back in the big leagues with a new body and outlook

Former Mets prospect Chris Flexen, who will be part of the Mariners' starting rotation, has undergone an extreme physical makeover (dropping 50 pounds), a mental awakening and has made a key adjustment in his pitch selection.
Lookout Landing Feb 15, 2021
40 in 40: Chris Flexen

40 in 40: Chris Flexen

Photo by Michael Reaves/ Every team has Chris Flexens. But the Mariners might have a Chris Flexen. I don’t want to beat around the bush. Mikey Ajeto did a sterling scouting report on Chris Flexen at the time of his signing which you can read right here. Here’s the Cliffs Notes: after struggling with the Mets for a few years, Flexen dominated the Korean Baseball Organization in 2020 with some adjustments to his arsenal that made him an archetypal modern pitcher, working four-seams high and a near 12-6 curve low, as well as a solid hard slider and fading...

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