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MAX POVSE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Povse confident during second Majors camp

It's only been one session off the bullpen mound so far, but manager Scott Servais likes what he sees from Max Povse in his initial work and said the lanky right-hander appears more comfortable as he's returned to a starting role this spring.
Via Mariners.com
1 day ago

40 in 40: Max Povse

The Mariners’ top pitching prospect ran into a developmental hiccup with an unsuccessful conversion to the bullpen, but is back on the right track. A switch to the ‘pen can often punch a prospect’s ticket to Major League success. Edwin Diaz was a converted starter who found himself closing games for the Mariners the very year the club decided to make him a reliever. The Astros’ multi...
Via Lookout Landing
12 days ago

40 in 40: Rob Whalen

Don’t let the beard fool you, he’s not even a year older than Andrew Moore Just over a year ago, the Mariners acquired Rob Whalen, along with Max Povse, in exchange for catching-prospect-turned-outfield-prospect-turned-catching-prospect, Alex Jackson. At the time of the deal, Fangraphs’ KATOH projection system pegged Whalen at 3.3 fWAR over the next six years. Whalen, 23, struggled...
Via Lookout Landing
January 03, 2018

Mariners prospect Povse joins rotation mix

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto had success converting hard-throwing starters Edwin Diaz and Dan Altavilla to relief roles in the past two years, but he admits that a similar path with 6-foot-8 right-hander Max Povse didn't pan out last season.
Via Mariners.com
January 02, 2018

What to expect from Max Povse

The “Tall Wall” is headed to the ‘pen in Seattle; what can we expect from him there? This past week the Mariners called up Max Povse, the 6’8” righty, from AA-Arkansas. It was a bit of a surprising move, as I didn’t even realize Povse had come off the disabled list—which he did, on the 14th of this month, in time to make one start against Springfield before being called up. He wasn...
Via Lookout Landing
June 20, 2017

Mariners notebook: Max Povse an interesting add

ARLINGTON, Tx.–For the second time in the last 3 days the Mariners went down to Double-A to add a long reliever. Zac Curtis was up and back Friday, Sunday morning Max Povse arrived. Povse, who was added to the 40-man roster by DFA’ing Dillon Overton, was a bit of a surprise as he missed 3 weeks with a hamstring strain and has only pitched in one game since returning from the DL....
Via MyNorthwest.com
June 18, 2017

Mariners call up prospect Povse to boost 'pen

For Max Povse, the timing was perfect -- a Father's Day callup to the big leagues for the first time. Naturally, his first phone call when he heard the news went to his father, Max, back home in North Carolina.
Via Mariners.com
June 18, 2017

Lineups: Mariners call up RHP Max Povse before finale vs Rangers

The Mariners will have rookie right-handed pitcher Max Povse in the bullpen for the final game of their three-game set in Texas at 12:05 on 710 ESPN Seattle. The 23-year-old Povse was selected from Double-A Arkansas on Sunday morning, with fellow righty Rob Whalen being optioned to Triple-A Tacoma. Povse and Whalen were acquired from the Atlanta Braves in the same trade last offseason...
Via MyNorthwest.com
June 18, 2017

Povse stands out on and off mound with height

Max Povse has stood out at Mariners camp from Day 1, for obvious reasons. The lanky right-hander measures 6-foot-8, which gives him a head up on much of the competition in terms of getting picked out of a crowd.
Via Mariners.com
March 13, 2017

Reviewing The Atlanta Braves and Seattle Mariners Trade, Who Won?

Reviewing The Braves/Mariners Trade On November 28, 2016 the Atlanta Braves sent pitchers Rob Whalen and Max Povse to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for outfielder/catcher Alex Jackson and a player to be named later (PTBNL). This kind of sounds like old news now that the Braves have...
Via Tomahawk Take
December 02, 2016
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