And here’s the rest of your day’s top stories.
In Mariners news...
- Felix Hernandez took a no-hitter into the fifth inning in yesterday’s rehab start for the Rainiers.
Around the league...
- Nori Aoki’s hit chart is surprisingly well-balanced.
- There were a ton of two-way talents taken near the top of the draft yesterday, but can any of them actually be two-way players in the bigs?
- At the rate Aaron Judge is currently playing, the Yankees might not need to sign Bryce Harper when he becomes a free agent in a couple of years.
- Grant Brisbee creates a team entirely composed of players who switched positions after they were drafted. Does anyone remember that Jim Thome was once a shortstop?
- The Astros’ rotation has been bitten by the injury bug too. Lance McCullers just hit the disabled list with back problems.
- Rougned Odor has been really crummy for the Rangers up to this point in the season.
- In case you missed it, the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals last night, knocking off the Cleveland Cavaliers.
- I saw The Mummy the other night, which I actually liked decently but got terrible reviews. Here’s The Ringer staff’s breakdown (WARNING: SPOILERS) on what they view to be a train wreck of a movie.