Good morning folks! Here’s a batch of links to get your day started.
In Mariners news...
- Lauren Smith at The News Tribune has all you need to know about new M’s right-hander Matt Magill.
- Congrats Kyle!
Kyle Seager has tied Alvin Davis for the 6th-most runs scored in #Mariners history with 563.— MarinersPR (@MarinersPR) July 23, 2019
- Uh oh.
Servias says Dee Gordon left the game with tightness in his quad. Something that he felt yesterday and then aggravated today. He’s day-to-day.— Jen Mueller (@JenTalksSports) July 23, 2019
Around the league...
- Mark your calendars!
Hey! A’s fans! or anyone who wants to watch the Rangers play the @Athletics with announcers talking about the latest in baseball research and knowledge! I’ll be doing the game with @vincebaseball on A’s cast (https://t.co/Vk0xREjb34) this Thursday night. Give us a listen. pic.twitter.com/3ijA8L9ljg— Eno Sarris (@enosarris) July 22, 2019
- I suppose they’re having trouble moving on.
Former Mets prospect Jarred Kelenic's mother, on his continued coverage in New York: "You broke up with him" https://t.co/YsDBpV0BJC pic.twitter.com/vjtowhNxmj— SNY (@SNYtv) July 22, 2019
- This seems like pretty big news.
Congrats to @lansde11 on her commitment to play baseball at Georgia Highlands College! pic.twitter.com/aFH0PsWi9d— MLBDevelops (@MLBDevelops) July 22, 2019
- Cue the crafty lefties commercial.
Highest avg fastball velo by a pitcher (200 PA min):— Luke Arkins (@luke_arkins) July 23, 2019
Noah Syndergaard (97.7)
Gerrit Cole (97.0)
Jacob deGrom (96.8)
Zack Wheeler (96.7)
Luis Castillo (96.3)
Zach Davies (88.0)
Mike Leake (87.3)
Marco Gonzales (87.3)
Kyle Hendricks (87.0)
Wade LeBlanc (85.0)#Mariners
- Edwin Jackson has agreed to a minor league deal with the Tigers. Unfortunately, that’s a team he’s already played for before.
- Yordan Álvarez is on a tear. The Astros rookie outfielder just broke a record for most RBI in a player’s first 30 games.
- In Seahawks news...
Sources: #Seahawks standout DL Jarran Reed is being suspended 6 games for a violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy for an incident from early 2017. He was not charged or arrested. His appeal was denied Friday morning. Huge on-field impact.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 22, 2019