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Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/16/20: Art Warren, New York Yankees, and Seattle Sounders FC

The MLB timeline continues to get pushed back. Will we see live baseball before the calendar turns to summer?

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Hello folks and happy Monday! I hope everyone staying safe these days. Here’s the latest update that is likely to have major implications on the sporting world:

I’m sure there will be more updates going forward as things seem to be changing by the minute. With that, here’s what else you need to know going into this Monday...

In Mariners news...

  • Ryan Divish gives his prediction on what will happen this summer in baseball.
  • Congratulations to Mariners farmhand Art Warren for earning this honor!

Around the league...

  • This alone could set the timeline for baseball’s return back by a little bit. You have to imagine he isn’t the only one who has it now or will get it in the future.
  • As the dominoes continue to fall, Major League Baseball has halted all organized workouts for teams in spring training.
  • Minor leaguers find themselves living in a nightmare in this uncertain world.
  • If you’re looking for a way to kill some time while you await the return of live sports, MLB listed one classic game for each MLB team with links to rewatch them. No surprise that the Mariners’ selection is the game that birthed The Double.
  • And if somehow you’ve never gotten around to watching Ken Burns’ baseball, what more of an excuse are you looking for to binge through it?

Anders’ picks...

  • In some other Seattle sports news...stay safe out there, folks.