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Lookout Linkage, 9/14/14

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

Mike McGinnis


  • The Mariners have released information on their possible award-winners for 2014.
  • Fernando Rodney's 45th save has him tied for a franchise record.
  • Lloyd McClendon spoke about the idea of moving Tom Wilhelmsen to the rotation.
  • Tony Blengino figures out the formula to building a solid bullpen.
  • John Paschal at The Hardball Times talks about what it's like to root for a bad team, using the Texas Rangers as an example.
  • Bless You Boys wonders how the Tigers can improve the worst bullpen in the league.
  • Camden Chat also looks at what the Orioles' bullpen might look like in the postseason.
  • The Phillies expect Cliff Lee to be ready for Opening Day in 2015.
  • Scary moment for the Dodgers, who saw pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu exit a game with shoulder soreness. He is scheduled for an MRI on Wednesday.
  • Despite a magical season, Royals fans are not particularly fond of manager Ned Yost. Find out why.
  • The Padres are getting pretty close to breaking a sad franchise record.
  • Gilberto Suarez has plead not guilty in the Yasiel Puig case.
  • By now you've probably heard, but Giancarlo Stanton took a pretty nasty pitch to the face.
  • Chris Davis has been suspended for 25 games for use of amphetamines.
  • Kiley McDaniel at Fangraphs profiles the top 51 (plus some more) draft prospects for 2015.
  • It appears that the Red Sox are prepared for a shopping spree this winter.
  • Cuban stud Yasmani Tomas is scheduled to work out for teams next week.
  • Mets' closer Jenrry Mejia has been warned to "tone down" his save celebrations.