Aaron Hicks hit his second inside the park home run of the season last night.
Aaron Hicks with his 2nd inside the park home run of the season pic.twitter.com/Hpnkrd8rH9— Born Salty (@cjzero) May 19, 2018
This made me think of an important question I would like to ask you all. Can you call an inside the park home run a “dinger.” I’m leaning towards no, but would love your input. Explain your logic in the comments.
In Mariners News...
- Felix showing some support for his teammate.
Felix Hernandez made it a point to wear this hat. pic.twitter.com/CoZHnk5WBD— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) May 19, 2018
- Max Povse is headed to AA Arkansas.
- Here’s an article that describes the history of the Maple Grove ($).
- So much about this tweet.
On this day in 1908, Seattle Siwashes manager Dan Dugdale was ejected and fined $5 for telling his pitcher to "give the batsman a slow ball." https://t.co/AIORYqkfzV— Minor League Stories (@MinorsTeamNames) May 19, 2018
- Kyle Lewis started in centerfield for the first time this year last night. Shannon Drayer explains the Mariners’ plan for him.
Mariners plan for Lewis this year is more about getting his game legs back under him than moving him through the system. Should play every 5ish out of 7 games with a good amount of DH mixed in. https://t.co/H8oMPLPQei— Shannon Drayer (@shannondrayer) May 20, 2018
- Ken Rosenthal reviews the trade that brought Adam Lind to Seattle.
Around the League...
- This includes the needs and potential targets of every contending team, including the Mariners.
- Former Mariner Carson Smith may miss the rest of 2018.
The Red Sox don’t know whether Carson Smith will pitch again in 2018 https://t.co/Lv502AxM3D— HardballTalk (@HardballTalk) May 19, 2018
- A mind blowing video.
I am very fascinated what happened here: pic.twitter.com/F5uMR4EJDU— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) May 19, 2018
- Fransisco Lindor beat the Astros’ mascot in a lightsaber fight.
- The Rays plan on starting Sergio Romo again.
- Former Oregon State infielder Joey Wong got signed by the Mets’ double-a team.
What a crazy ride! I’m so thankful to the @Mets for the opportunity to join their organization. I’m so blessed to continue living the ball players dream. Thank you to my amazing family and friends for the continued support. See you soon @RumblePoniesBB— Joey Wong (@JoeyKawikaWong) May 20, 2018
- Hunter Bishop, brother of Braden Bishop, destroyed this baseball.
- The Huskies completed the sweep of the Utah Utes yesterday.