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Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/7/18: Robinson Canó, Juan Soto, and José Ramírez

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In Mariners news...

  • Covered up in the lede here is that ridiculous bat flip, but it’s good to see Robbie making the tricky plays at first.
  • Here’s the Canó plan going forward.

Around the league...

  • Nationals outfielder Juan Soto might be the best teenager to ever play the sport, writes Jeff Sullivan. Soto has the highest wRC+ in the National League this year and the kid doesn’t turn 20 until October.
  • Here’s another Soto fact, courtesy of Jeff. This one is kind of painful for M’s fans.
  • Congratulations to the Kirkland Little League softball squad!
  • If there’s one guy I want to see succeed after leaving Seattle, it’s this dude.
  • Mike Trout is hurt, but should be back shortly.
  • Astros’ starting pitcher Lance McCullers will likely be out until September with a forearm strain.
  • Former Oregon State pitcher Luke Heimlich signed a deal with a Chinese team.
  • Things have not been going great for Kyle’s Brother lately.
  • Today (or yesterday, I guess) in position players pitching...

Anders’ picks...