Say goodbye to the Mariners' notorious spring training rivals, at least for a few months. This afternoon, the M's will play the finale of this four-game series and try to get their first win in San Diego against right-hander Jesse Hahn.
The Tacoma News Tribune's Bob Dutton tweeted that the Mariners' starters are riding a six-game streak with two or fewer runs per game. If Erasmo Ramirez can pull off another scoreless outing today, the M's will set a record as the first American League staff in five years to pitch seven games while giving up 14 or fewer runs. I'm not positive that Ramirez can hold out much longer, but he's currently building on two starts and 10 2/3 innings of shutout ball, so anything's possible... right?
- Mariners @ Padres, 3:40 p.m. PST
- Today's game will be televised on ROOT Sports, broadcast on 710 ESPN, and available for out-of-market fans at MLB TV here. If you're not yet an MLB TV subscriber, today's your lucky day: the M's/Padres game is being offered at no charge to non-subscribers (unfortunately, you still have to be out of market in order to view the game).
|SEATTLE MARINERS||SAN DIEGO PADRES|
|Endy Chavez - RF||Will Venable - RF|
|James Jones - CF||Everth Cabrera - SS|
|Robinson Cano - 2B||Seth Smith - LF|
|Kyle Seager - 3B||Chase Headley - 3B|
|Logan Morrison - 1B||Yasmani Grandal - C|
|John Buck - C||Tommy Medica - 1B|
|Dustin Ackley - LF||Cameron Maybin - CF|
|Brad Miller - SS||Alexi Amarista - 2B|
|Erasmo Ramirez - RHP||Jesse Hahn - RHP|