Good morning everybody! It was a pretty slow Sunday in the world of baseball, so we’re got some light links coverage for you on this Monday. Enjoy...
In Mariners news...
- Nothing to report on this morning, but perhaps we’ll get some news today.
Around the league...
- Dodgers President Stan Casten rejects the notion that his team isn’t doing enough this offseason.
- La Vida Baseball’s Adrian Burgos talked about the significance of two Latino ballplayers being elected to the MLB Hall of Fame in the same year.
- Wow, that’s an incredibly cheap deal for the Royals.
All-Star second baseman Whit Merrifield and the Kansas City Royals have a four-year deal that will land in the $15 million range, a source familiar with the deal tells ESPN. Press conference to announce it could come as soon as tomorrow. @jonmorosi first said it was close.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) January 28, 2019
- It wasn’t all good: Pinstripe Alley breaks down the five worst moments of Mariano Rivera’s career.
- The upcoming Caribbean Series will be moved from Venezuela due to the country’s continuing political turmoil.
- This is pretty sweet.
IT giving his son a serious postgame interview is so wholesome— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 27, 2019
(via @IsaiahThomas) pic.twitter.com/g3kiQc1Lcm