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Daniel Vogelbach and Jean Machi: Triple-A All-Stars

The duo will represent the Tacoma Rainiers in the 2017 Triple-A All Star Game Rosters for the 2017 Triple-A All-Star Game were officially released on Wednesday and representing your Tacoma Rainiers/Seattle Mariners organization this year will be RHP Jean Machi and 1B Daniel Vogelbach: It’s been a weird year for the Rainiers. Several members of their opening day roster have spent...
Via Lookout Landing
June 29, 2017

With Valencia ailing, Mariners add Vogelbach

An injury-plagued Mariners team found another issue to deal with Sunday as first baseman Danny Valencia remained sidelined for the second straight day with a left wrist injury. Valencia's injury is not serious enough to go on the 10-day disabled list, but the club recalled rookie Daniel Vogelbach from Triple-A Tacoma to fill his spot in the lineup for the series finale against the White Sox.
Via Mariners.com
May 21, 2017

Lineups: Daniel Vogelbach recalled and starting at first base

The Mariners made a second move Sunday morning to shape their lineup against the White Sox, recalling first baseman Daniel Vogelbach from Triple-A, while optioning utility infielder Mike Freeman to the minors. Vogelbach will bat seventh in the series finale vs. Chicago, with newly recalled righty Chris Heston on the mound for Seattle. Vogelbach was hitting .262 with 13 runs, five...
Via MyNorthwest.com
May 21, 2017

11-13: Chart

Cleveland is the City (where the Mariners win sometimes) Those Who Fear Tomorrow: Ben effin’ Gamel .177 WPA Integrity 2000: Daniel Vogelbach -0.73 Enjoyability factor: 7.5/10. Game was a bit snoozy, but it gets bonus points for being quick, not getting rained out, and for the Mariners winning with relative ease for once. #Miles4RISP: Just 1! Do 3 reps of your personal max of...
Via Lookout Landing
April 28, 2017

Mariners determine Daniel Vogelbach needs more time

PEORIA, Ariz.–The move to option Daniel Vogelbach to Tacoma Thursday afternoon was not entirely surprising. The timing of it was however. With ten days to go before the Mariners break camp, the decision was made that Vogelbach, is not quite ready. “It’s been a tough 10 day stretch for him,” said Jerry Dipoto. “I just felt that at this point with where he is both offensively...
Via MyNorthwest.com
March 23, 2017

Mariners option No. 10 prospect Vogelbach to Triple-A

Rookie Daniel Vogelbach, who was expected to open the season as Seattle's starting first baseman, instead was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday.
Via Mariners.com
March 23, 2017

Vogelbach more than a 'big bruiser'

Daniel Vogelbach is a big kid with good power, but the Mariners like the stocky 24-year-old first baseman because he's also capable of getting on base at a high rate. The youngster demonstrated that skill on Friday with a pair of opposite-field singles in Seattle's 11-10 win over the Cubs at Peoria Stadium.
Via Mariners.com
March 10, 2017

Vogelbach nicely shifting into position

The looming question with first baseman Daniel Vogelbach coming into Spring Training was how the youngster would field his position defensively. And at first blush, not only is the stocky rookie handling things well, he's giving the Mariners a much better look in their aggressive shifts.
Via Mariners.com
March 01, 2017

Mariners’ Daniel Vogelbach hopes offseason work will help his defense at first base

PEORIA, Ariz. – Mariners manager Scott Servais made it clear last month that Daniel Vogelbach would need to show that he can play adequate Major League defense at first base if he is going to make the club. Team officials believe he will hit, but he has got to be able to field the position better than what they saw from him in his short time at the big-league level last year....
Via MyNorthwest.com
February 22, 2017

Cubs Call Up Kyle Schwarber

It’s not Chris Cotillo breaking the news, but it’s close:   Congrats to my bash brother @kschwarb12 on the call to the show. Gonna miss my boy but couldn’t be more happy for a better dude. Go ball out — Daniel Vogelbach (@DanielVogelbach) June 16, 2015 This is obviously pretty epic news. The first thought is the correct one – the Cubs have 5 of their next 6 games in...
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June 15, 2015  |  Discuss
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