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Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/25/17: Drew Smyly, Mark Buehrle, and Hameir Wright

Getting you through Sunday one link at a time.

MLB: Oakland Athletics at Chicago White Sox Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Sunday! I’m currently in Portland, Oregon and will be for the next few hours. I’m not really sure what my day has in store, but if anyone has any food suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments below. Maybe a few ideas will come to mind as you peruse these links.

In Mariners News...

  • Drew Smyly pitched in a simulated game, and looks to be on track to return in the middle of July.
  • Larry Stone takes a look at the Mariners potential playoff run as the pitching staff continues to get healthier.

Mariners Minors News...

  • Here are the Mariners Minors leaders in RBI.
  • Take a look at the Mariners Minors leaderboard for steals.
  • Here are the Mariners Minors players with the most doubles.
  • Ian Miller, Eric Filia, and Braden Bishop lead the way for most hits among Mariners Minors players.
  • Dan Vogelbach hit a homer last night, but the Rainiers still lost 9-5.
  • The Arkansas Travelers lost 4-3 in 12 innings to Springfield.
  • The Nuts lost 8-2, but Luis Liberato had a multi-hit game. He’s hit well since being called up to Modesto.
  • Bryson Brigman has a pair of hits in the LumberKings 7-4 loss.
  • Wyatt Mills recorded his first professional save in Everett’s 4-3 win last night.
  • The AZL Mariners lost their first game of the season 7-3. Here’s their opening day roster.
  • The DSL Mariners lost 7-5 yesterday.

Around the League...

  • The White Sox retired Mark Buehrle’s number. I’ll never forget this play he made.
  • This article discusses Carlos Gomez, who has ripped six homers in his eight games since returning from the DL, and how he’s catalyzed a Rangers win streak.
  • Apparently Clayton Kershaw is hard to beat when he gets some run support.
  • Three A’s rookies hit their first MLB home run yesterday.

Luke’s Pick...

  • Coach Mike Hopkins added another name to the 2017 recruiting class.