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Marco Gonzales Injury Update and Assorted Mariners Tidbits

Mariners lost last night 4-2 and projected rotation breakout Marco Gonzales injured his hand. Mondays, am I right?

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Lookout Landing would like to issue our most sincere of apologies for the lack of recap for last night’s game, a 4-2 loss to the white hosiery’d men of Chicago. Your refund check is most assuredly in the mail.

After getting touched up for two runs in the first inning, Marco Gonzales was struck in his right hand by a comebacker in the second inning, but was able to finish the play and get the out before exiting the game. He was examined last night and the X-ray found no fractures.

From last night:

The rest of the bullpen was solid throughout the night, and recently acquired pitcher Bryan Bonnell is confirmed as a Large Baseball Playing Man.

Anyways, here’s a fresh update on Gonzales:

So, YAY! Not that serious after all. Just a bruise! And remember, the ball didn’t hit his throwing hand, which feels like the first stroke of luck the Mariners have ever had (it isn’t).


And here is your song for today, and all days of Mariners fandom: