In Mariners News...
- Ryan Divish writes about the Travs’ team chemistry.
This year's @ARTravs are more than a talented ball club.@RyanDivish goes deep on what's proven to be a special clubhouse.— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) September 7, 2019
- Game 5 starts this morning at 11 am.
Travelers win Game 4, 4-1!— Mariners Minors (@MiLBMariners) September 8, 2019
Best-of-5 series tied at 2.
Kyle Lewis 2-4, HR, RBI
Evan White 1-4, HR, 2RBI
Logan Taylor 1-3, HR, RBI
Ljay Newsome 5.2IP, 3H, 1R, BB, 3K
Sam Delaplane 1.2IP, 0H, 0R, BB, 4K
Art Warren 1IP, 0H, 0R, BB, SV
Around The League...
- Walk it off, Yelich!
You ever wonder what it would be like to be in a #walkoff celebration?! #SeptemberBaseball pic.twitter.com/4HG716odss— MLB (@MLB) September 8, 2019
- Uh oh, this looks pretty serious.
This Nats-Braves rivalry is really heating up. pic.twitter.com/YSThkx1avF— Subscribe to Cut4 on YouTube!!!! (@Cut4) September 8, 2019
- Big setback for the Cubs.
The Cubs will be without their most important player for the next couple weeks.— Tony Andracki (@TonyAndracki23) September 8, 2019
Here's how it impacts every aspect of the team as they make one last push for the division:https://t.co/XnR6I7SKpb
- Former Mariner news.
Twins starter Michael Pineda has been suspended for 60 games for a drug violation, sources tell ESPN. He originally got an 80-game suspension, but it was reduced to 60 on appeal, as a compelling case was made that a banned diuretic he used was not a masking agent for PEDs.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) September 7, 2019
- So happy for Barrett.
Aaron Barrett hasn’t pitched in MLB since 2015.— MLB (@MLB) September 8, 2019
After multiple arm injuries, the righty tossed a scoreless inning is his first outing back in The Show.
We are crying too. #BiggerThanBaseball pic.twitter.com/73bJfBkdvm
- Elias tweaked his hamstring during his last appearence, but the Nats aren’t sure how serious his injury is yet.
An update on Roenis Elias, as the #Nationals' bullpen takes another injury hit:https://t.co/j0mVh3Dv8N pic.twitter.com/iBeabFXENI— MLB Trade Rumors (@mlbtraderumors) September 8, 2019
- Bianca Andreescu makes history as the first Canadian to win a Grand Slam singles title. The 19-year-old beat Serena Williams to secure the W.