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Lookout Linkage, 10/7/14

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league.

Gregory Shamus

Happy Tuesday everyone! The playoffs have been pretty interesting thusfar. Let's see what the interwebs has to say about what's going on right now:

  • Corey Hart has declared free agency after being DFA'd.
  • Taijuan Walker is scheduled to make his Arizona Fall League debut in the Saguaros' season opener.
  • Bob Dutton of The News Tribune looks at who the Mariners might target this offseason.
  • Athletics Nation argues that the postseason is still pretty unpredictable.
  • Marc Normandin sums up the Angels-Royals postseason series, crediting Kansas City for a great showing.
  • Beyond The Box Score wonders whether the Royals can continue to be successful or if their luck will run out.
  • Torii Hunter, initially reported to be considering retirement, will now likely suit up in 2015.
  • Nelson Cruz is climbing up the career postseason home run rankings.
  • The Nationals and Giants were involved in an 18-inning marathon a few days ago, and USA Today gives nine interesting facts from the game.
  • Some favorites are emerging in the Twins' managerial search.
  • Anthony Bosch, the man most prominently involved in the Biogenesis scandals, is now going to jail.
  • Kenta Maeda is the next Japanese ace to attempt the jump to MLB, and he has already narrowed his list to two suitors.