Good morning folks! As we get our weekend going, here are some fresh links for you.
In Mariners news...
- I’m not sure how I’m supposed to feel about this at-bat.
Current Mariner Yohan Ramírez strikes out future Mariner Julio Rodríguez in LIDOM play tonight. Good to see Julio, who missed a couple days with quad discomfort, back in action today. pic.twitter.com/tIB7w2zb2e— Lookout Landing (@LookoutLanding) November 28, 2020
Around the league...
- James Fegan at The Athletic looks back on the trade that sent Paul Konerko to Chicago and Mike Cameron to Cincinatti and how the swap helped out both players. ($)
- J.J. Cooper at Baseball America dives into the strange situation developing in Fresno, where there’s a baseball team nobody wants as an affiliate. ($)
- Tommy Pham has filed a lawsuit against a San Diego strip club at which the outfielder was stabbed.
- Dayn Perry lists a dozen teams that could be major spenders this winter.
- Even though nearly half of all MLB players are players of color, minority managers are still finding themselves stuck in the lower levels of the minors.
- Former Astros right-hander Cy Sneed has decided to take his talents to Japan and has agreed to a deal with the Yakult Swallows.