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Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/16/20: Jarred Kelenic, the Astros, and Tony Fernandez

The last Sunday before spring training games begin!

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Tony Fernandez [Yankees]
Tony Fernandez is most remembered as a Blue Jay, but I have distinctive memories of watching him play against the Mariners in the mid-90s with the Yankees and Cleveland. Here he is during the 1995 ALDS.
Photo by Scott Clarke/The LIFE Images Collection via Getty Images/Getty Images

Happy Sunday! Not much going on for the Mariners, but I’ve been enjoying the videos and pictures from spring training. I’m excited to get games underway and get some looks at our prospects.

In Mariners news...

  • A fairly quiet day from the Mariners camp in Peoria. Just more beautiful sights, like the following:

Around the league...

  • The Astro’s dumpster fire/apology tour continues
  • First Bay Area trade in 16 years
  • Another injury for the Angels pitching staff:
  • Nice update on a former Mariner:
  • Last night, the news broke that former major league shortstop Tony Fernandez has died.

Amanda’s Picks...

  • Yesterday afternoon the University of Washington gymnastics team beat Arizona. The highlight of the meet was a perfect 10 from Evanni Roberson on beam:

It was the first perfect 10 by the Gym Dawgs since 2004, and the first perfect 10 on beam in program history. The senior from Puyallup also set a personal-best All-Around score of 39.650.