The Mariners’ Dominican twin powerhouses | Kate Preusser A quiet leader. An eager learner. A believer in the future. A...teenage landlord? [Ed. note: The author would like to express gratitude to Mariners prospect Gunn Omosako for translation help and only belittling the author’s Spanish abilities a little.
Photo by Rob Leiter/MLB via Getty Images Kicking off the month of July with some links. Good morning everyone and Happy Bobby Bonilla Day! Here’s everything you need to know as you get your Wednesday started.
Ian Moller on Instagram It’s never too early to pick out your favorite prep prospect the Mariners won’t draft in 2021 In case you missed it, there was actual live baseball played over the past week at the Perfect Game National Showcase.
Photo by Cooper Neill/MLB Photos via Getty Images With Phillips in and bonus info on Kaden Polcovich, Seattle’s 2020 draft is officially wrapped up. Today the Mariners announced the signing of their final unaccounted for 2020 draftee: RHP Connor Phillips out of McLennan Community College in Waco, TX.
The first annual Women in Baseball panel | Photo by Tim Booth via AP Advice and inspiration from women who have broken barriers in the male-dominated sports industry Last Wednesday, the Mariners held their fourth annual Women in Sports panel.
Julio Rodriguez and Noelvi Marte | Noelvi Marte Instagram Some surprises. Some insurance. Some fun. Like a birthday party with a bounce house. On Sunday, the Mariners announced their 60-man roster for the upcoming season.
As one would expect from a rebuilding club, the Mariners have plenty of other young options to dream on, though the organization’s very best pitching prospects are likely a bit too far down the pipeline.
Griffey would get his revenge against the Yankees by becoming one of baseball’s best all-around players for the American League rival Seattle Mariners. He also knocked the Yankees out of the playoffs with a series-winning hit in Game 5 of the 1995 ALDS.
Organizations have given employees a paid day off for Juneteenth, commemorating June 19, 1865 – on which slavery in the United States was ended. The NFL and its teams led the movement with nearly all organizations making it an observed paid holiday; the results were less consistent across other leagues.
Dads won't get live Major League Baseball on Father's Day since owners and the MLB Players Association can't come to terms on an agreement to begin the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic, but they'll still receive a baseball-related present on Sunday.