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Lookout Landing 1 hour ago
Mariners refuse to join the clean plate club, sneak extra taste of sweet victory anyways

Mariners refuse to join the clean plate club, sneak extra taste of sweet victory anyways

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports Tastes like a win. I’ve never needed someone to tell me to finish my food. As a certified >90th percentile height and weight projections youth, I have reached and exceeded expectations in all directions. While I heard apocryphal stories of parents invoking the infamous theoretical starving children elsewhere to spur reluctant eaters, it never occurred to me as a child that anyone wouldn’t simply eat what was in front of them until it was gone. Tonight the Seattle Mariners showed me that that philosophy was far from universal. They...
The Seattle Times 2 hours ago
Mariners beat Angels again, run winning streak to season-high five games

Mariners beat Angels again, run winning streak to season-high five games

The Mariners took advantage of an Angels error in the sixth inning by scoring three unearned runs, allowing them to rally for a 5-3 victory.
Lookout Landing 7 hours ago
6/25/22: Open Game Thread

6/25/22: Open Game Thread

Photo by Alika Jenner/ The Labors of Logan Gilbert continue I wonder sometimes what pitchers think when they see certain lineups posted on their start days. Certainly King Félix must have had an eyebrow raise or seventy in his time. Logan Gilbert isn’t being sent out with a group quite so dire as the early 2010s Seattle Mariners, but the current array sans Ty France is distinctly dismal. The top four remains potent, with J.P. Crawford, Julio Rodríguez, Eugenio Suárez, and Jesse Winker offering an inarguably quality quartet. Beyond it, however, lies the darkness of...
Lookout Landing 10 hours ago
Ty France placed on 10-day IL with elbow strain, INF Drew Ellis recalled

Ty France placed on 10-day IL with elbow strain, INF Drew Ellis recalled

D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports Hon hon hono The Seattle Mariners have placed 1B Ty France on the 10-day injured list with what is listed as a left elbow sprain. In a corresponding move, they have called up recent waiver claim 3B/1B/2B Drew Ellis. The move comes on the heels of France’s revelation to MLB.com’s Daniel Kramer that he had suffered a Grade 2 flexor strain in his left forearm/elbow. France sustained the injury when Oakland Athletics infielder Sheldon Neuse careened into him on a bang bang play at first base necessitated following a blown strike three...
The Seattle Times 15 hours ago
Report: Mariners first baseman Ty France says he’s headed to IL with flexor strain in left forearm

Report: Mariners first baseman Ty France says he’s headed to IL with flexor strain in left forearm

First baseman Ty France told a reporter that he's headed to the 10-day injured list, a big blow for the Mariners following their fourth straight win.
Lookout Landing 16 hours ago
Mariners Social Media Spotlight: The GOAT meets Mike Trout, Vogey Monster, Seattle’s next QB

Mariners Social Media Spotlight: The GOAT meets Mike Trout, Vogey Monster, Seattle’s next QB

Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Pics to prove it happened. Happy Saturday, Lookout Landing readers! A reminder that I’m a twin and have a special need for attention and constant affirmation, so please give me a follow on Instagram here and Twitter here. In Mariner Land... Thanks to RootSportsNW’s Instagram we’re going to watch this moment over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ROOT SPORTS Northwest (@rootsportsnw) This weekly blog...
Lookout Landing 18 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/25/22: Ty France, Aaron Judge, and Frankie Montas

Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/25/22: Ty France, Aaron Judge, and Frankie Montas

Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports Even the Yankees are cheapskates. Hello and happy Saturday! Let’s hope the M’s can keep rolling along this evening against the Angels. Until then, here’s the latest from the world of baseball. In Mariners news... Well, Ty France will be out for at least the next week or so. Damn it. Ty France says he has a Grade 2 flexor strain in his forearm/elbow area and is headed to the 10-day injured list. But he’s optimistic that with rest and treatment, he won’t be out for an extended period.— Daniel Kramer (@DKramer_) June 25,...
Lookout Landing 23 hours ago
Mariners crack case of who killed the season, beat Angels 4-3

Mariners crack case of who killed the season, beat Angels 4-3

the murder in question, one week ago | Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports fishy business down in Anaheim Good afternoon, Mr. Trout. Do you mind if I come in? I’m sorry to bother you. I’m a terrible nuisance, I know. I just need your help with one little thing and then I’ll get out of your hair. You see, there’s just some details that bother me. See, it’s about the Seattle Mariners. They’re a baseball team, you know, and last weekend they got beat up pretty bad in a five game series. They lost four of those games. And I’m just trying to work out...
Lookout Landing Jun 25, 2022
33-39: Chart

33-39: Chart

me when the mariners win | Kiyoshi Mio-USA TODAY Sports despite all you can eat lobsters, they pull out the win Baseball Savant A lovely bowl of chili: Andrés Muñoz (.517 WPA) Made by a guy named Heinrich: Dylan Moore (-.154 WPA) OTD In Ichiro, 2004: Hits a bases clearing triple and is intentionally walked twice in an 18-inning loss to Texas. Ichiro holds a .325 ISO for his career games played on June 24
The Seattle Times Jun 25, 2022
Mariners hang on to beat Angels and Mike Trout for fourth consecutive victory

Mariners hang on to beat Angels and Mike Trout for fourth consecutive victory

Seattle lost four of five games to the Angels at T-Mobile Park a week ago but prevailed 4-3 Friday night at Angels Stadium.
The Seattle Times Jun 24, 2022
Ty France sore, out of the lineup as Mariners await results of MRI

Ty France sore, out of the lineup as Mariners await results of MRI

The Seattle first baseman underwent an MRI on Friday afternoon on his left arm. "Hopefully it's just a strain or a contusion," said Mariners manager Scott Servais.
Lookout Landing Jun 24, 2022
6/24/22: Open Game Thread

6/24/22: Open Game Thread

keep your eye on the ball | D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports the angels? again? say it ain’t so As I returned from my wonderful visit to Seattle, I had a brief stop at LAX. I did not leave the plane or even get out of my seat as I sat there for an hour. Yet I was still in LA more than the Angels are. Anyway, the Mariners won yesterday on accident, here’s hoping they can win today on purpose. And they’ll be playing with these lineups: Seattle Mariners are the logos getting bigger? it feels like they’re getting bigger As a J.P. leadoff...
Lookout Landing Jun 24, 2022
Revenge: Mariners at Angels Series Preview

Revenge: Mariners at Angels Series Preview

Photo by Daniel Shirey/MLB Photos via The Mariners head to Anaheim for the first time this season. The Mariners steer their ship to Anaheim for the first time this season, fueled by an exhilarating, nail-biting, and desperately needed sweep of Oakland. Having had our hearts chewed up and spat back out by the Angels last weekend, the city of Seattle seeks revenge. After taking four of five last weekend from the M’s, the Angels played the Royals at home and lost two of three to the worst team in the AL Central. Just a game and a half behind the Angels, the M’s look...
Lookout Landing Jun 24, 2022
FanPost Friday: Summer is finally here, just in time for everything to fall apart (maybe?)

FanPost Friday: Summer is finally here, just in time for everything to fall apart (maybe?)

ayyyy | Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ It is once again time for a Mariners VIBE CHECK Hello and welcome back to FanPost Friday. We don’t like to sugarcoat things here at Lookout Landing, and if you’re still reading the site regularly, you know how rough that 5-game series versus the Angels was last week. I figured, barring a sweep of the Athletics, that was definitely a wrap on the 2022 Seattle Mariners. Not mathematically, of course, as it’s not even July yet. But, both pragmatically and certainly, um, spiritually(?), it very much felt like the season died in a...
The Seattle Times Jun 24, 2022
Mariners reliever Casey Sadler is keeping busy with his family, rehabbing and rewarding Twitter followers

Mariners reliever Casey Sadler is keeping busy with his family, rehabbing and rewarding Twitter followers

Casey Sadler, who was not scored upon in his final 29 appearances last season, was ruled out for the year when he underwent shoulder surgery in March.

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