Who else is slightly alarmed that it’s March already? Like where the heck did the first two months go? Next thing we know it’s going to be 2019. Read the 2018 links while you still have the chance!
In Mariners News...
- Kirk Nieuwenhuis will miss the next couple days. Art Warren will throw live BP.
OF Kirk Nieuwenhuis has a slight hamstring strain and will miss a few days.— Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) March 2, 2018
Reliever Art Warren will throw live BP today for first time, which means should be in games next week.
- Marco Gonzales started throwing his changeup a long time ago and it’s good.
- Scott Servais calls Ljay Newsome “the silent assassin.” Read about the 21-year-olds first big league camp.
- Ben Gamel might miss a few days with some back soreness.
Gamel was scratched because of lower back soreness after cage work this morning. Could miss a few days.— Shannon Drayer (@shannondrayer) March 2, 2018
- Matthew Trueblood lists the Mariners as one of the teams that should be talking to Jake Arrieta.
- Shannon Drayer writes about Marco Gonzales’ strong start to the spring.
- Ryan Cook’s relief appearance for the Mariners was significant.
Around the League...
- Former Mariner Adam Lind signed a minor league deal with the Yankees.
- Another former Mariner first baseman signed a minor league deal.
According to a source, Danny Valencia has agreed to a Minor League deal with the Orioles.— Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) March 2, 2018
- Jen Mac Ramos writes about Tim Lincecum and connecting to Filipino roots.
Hi, y'all. I finally wrote about being Filipino and Tim Lincecum and baseball and connecting to Filipino roots. https://t.co/ZP5HYKnv1V— Jen Mac Ace Neptune Ramos (@jenmacramos) March 2, 2018
- Drew Pomeranz felt forearm tightness yesterday.
- Shohei Ohtani has a nice breaking ball.
Shohei Ohtani, breaking ball (from today). pic.twitter.com/pTrmll2bDi— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) March 2, 2018
- Pitches out of the zone aren’t even safe against George Springer.
- MARK YOUR CALENDERS
In ten days, the sun will set after 7 pm.— Seattle Weather Blog (@KSeattleWeather) March 1, 2018
- It is senior day for the Huskies, who look to keep their NCAA Tournament chances alive and take on the Ducks at 1:30.