Well, at least they tried? Except for Peguero. He's so bad. He's a strikeout in his next at bat away from a 50% rate this season.
Would you believe that in a game that saw the Rangers score nine runs, the pitching gets an overall positive grade from win probability? That's the sort of thing that an ignorant person, too caught up in their own righteousness to first investigate what others are talking about, would rail on. Instead, those of us who are reasonable enough to have first gone "what are you talking about? how does that work?" before jumping to conclusions, can ponder the many wasted opportunities of the Mariners hitters early in this game when it was still close.