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Lookout Landing Apr 11, 2021
Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/11/21: Chris Archer, Kolten Wong, and A-Rod’s T-Wolves

Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/11/21: Chris Archer, Kolten Wong, and A-Rod’s T-Wolves

Photo by Stacy Revere/ So many injuries. More brunch baseball, more break of dawn links. In Mariners news... We’ve got a little Mike Cameron giveaway, looks like. Mariners fans or fans in general @SEASportDiaries and I have decided to do a signed jersey give away for pick to click of the week right now looks like 2 people hv participated .. we gotta have at least 10 before we even have a contest .. has to be a position player or reliever— MICHAEL CAMERON (@_mcameron44) April 10, 2021 Some Pitching Ninja shine for Yusei Kikuchi... Yusei Kikuchi, Overpowering...
Lookout Landing Apr 3, 2021
Yusei Kikuchi has a great night, bullpen, offense does not

Yusei Kikuchi has a great night, bullpen, offense does not

You have a day, Yusei | Photo by Steph Chambers/ wonder how many permutations of this headline I’m going to write this year Tonight’s game was an exercise in learning to celebrate individual accomplishments even when the overall result doesn’t go your way. Tonight, from a wanting to win games standpoint, was bad; but tonight, from a “wanting every player who is a long-term member of the Seattle Mariners to succeed” was better. Not perfect, obviously—otherwise they would have actually, you know, won the game—but better. The goal tonight, per Scott Servais,...
Lookout Landing Apr 2, 2021
4/2/21: Game #2 Open Game Thread

4/2/21: Game #2 Open Game Thread

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ It’s Baseball Boxing Day! The day after Opening Day always feels a little like the day after Christmas, to me, so it makes sense that today’s starter is the somewhat-of-a-bummer Yusei Kikuchi. Tonight's @Mariners lineup in Game 2⃣ of 162!Yusei Kikuchi is on the mound tonight. pic.twitter.com/o6sJdBHYX8— ROOT SPORTS™ | NW (@ROOTSPORTS_NW) April 2, 2021 To be clear, Kikuchi himself is not a bummer! But I am stressed out thinking about what happens for him this year, as his MLB path has not run smoothly, although, as Matthew...
Lookout Landing Mar 15, 2021
Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/15/21: Jordan Hicks, Carson Fulmer, and Austin Nola

Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/15/21: Jordan Hicks, Carson Fulmer, and Austin Nola

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports A solid batch of links to start off your week. In Mariners News... Yusei Kikuchi recorded 6 strikeouts in under 4 innings in his dominant performance against the Brewers yesterday: Yusei Kikuchi's day is done.3.1 IP, 0 ER, 2 H, 1 BB, 6 KSat 95-96 on the heater.SL looked great. Here are all of his Ks pic.twitter.com/0gpugLVtTl— Alex Fast (@AlexFast8) March 14, 2021 Around The League... Cardinals RHP Jordan Hick’s first appearance since Tommy John surgery led to a record 22-pitch at-bat for Luis Guillorme that ended with Guillorme...
Lookout Landing Mar 14, 2021
Mariners outlast Brewers 5-4 in Sunday afternoon spooktacular

Mariners outlast Brewers 5-4 in Sunday afternoon spooktacular

Photo by Ralph Freso/ The Haunting of Peoria Sports Complex has a happy ending. If Yusei Kikuchi was scared, he didn’t show it. The ghosts had taken over Seattle’s bullpen, of that there was no doubt. Bullpen's haunted https://t.co/tNISZYKqBW— Brittney Bush Bollay (@BrittneyBush) March 14, 2021 Despite the, well, specter of a spectral invasion, he was undeterred, putting together his best outing of the spring against a Milwaukee Brewers club that was admittedly running its B squad out. Though the Seattle Mariners spent most of today’s seven inning...
The Seattle Times Mar 14, 2021
Yusei Kikuchi has dominant showing as Mariners rally past Brewers

Yusei Kikuchi has dominant showing as Mariners rally past Brewers

The Mariners score five runs in the fifth inning thanks to a big hit from Kyle Lewis in the 5-4 victory.

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