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Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/4/18: Sam Carlson, Bartolo Colon, and Dominic Green

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In Mariners News...

  • Seth Frankoff, formerly with the Mariners organization, pitched his first bullpen for the Doosan Bears.
  • Former Mariner Adam Moore signed with the Rays.
  • Nick Stellini wrote about how the Mariners contention window may be closing quickly.
  • Nick Rumbelow is getting ready for spring training.

Core circuit with @coachkye_heck

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  • Sam Carlson’s dog is the best thing on the internet.

Making my weekend back home worth it

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Around the League...

  • Bartolo Colon may be joining forces with the Rangers.
  • Darren Rovell is already throwing out nickname possibilities that could come from Colon signing with Texas.
  • Jon Morosi reports that a reunion of Yu Darvish and the Rangers does not seem likely.
  • Ken Giles of the Astros was one of two players to win their arbitration hearing against their teams yesterday.
  • Chris Cotillo argues that the cold stove may be a sign of more serious things to come.
  • Hear Scott Boras’ take on teams tanking.
  • Chris Archer does not think pace of play is an issue.
  • Similar to the Mariners, fans believe the Brewers need more pitching, but the Brewers aren’t planning on getting any more.

Luke’s Pick...

  • Coincidentally, my friends and I last night before dinner were talking about the “where were you” moments of our lives. Little did we know that we would experience a “where were you” moment a few hours later when Dominic Green buried a buzzer beater three pointer to lift the Huskies to a 78-75 win over Arizona. I am without words.
  • Also, I am in this picture, but a hand is covering my face. I still think the picture is worth sharing though, because it shows how incredible the Dawg Pack was last night.
  • Also, this is a pretty darn good read.