Hello everyone! There’s more bad news than good news these days, but it’s news nonetheless.
In Mariners news...
- Coming tomorrow...
- Now it’s time for Dan Altavilla to provide some tips for ballplayers.
Mariners pitcher @DanAlt3225 is here to help you improve your stability, body control and hand-eye coordination from the comfort of your own home.#FindAWayToPlay#OnBase#WeGotThisSeattle pic.twitter.com/YX2UX8qCjy— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) March 24, 2020
- Jim Callis sits down with Logan Gilbert to discuss his baseball journey and what lies ahead for him.
Around the league...
- One of the game’s most electric arms will be out of commission for a little over a year now.
New York Mets starter Noah Syndergaard has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, sources tell ESPN. The procedure will keep him out until at earliest April 2021 and likely into the summer months.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) March 24, 2020
- Oh, Mets.
- This is the first reported case within the Red Sox organization.
A Red Sox minor leaguer has tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced.https://t.co/8mzs92pJS0— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) March 25, 2020
- Don’t try this at home.
- Craig Edwards at Fangraphs wonders what Major League Baseball will do about service time issues if there’s a shortened — or canceled — season.
- And just this morning, MLB and the MLBPA came to an agreement that every active player would receive a full season of service time in 2020, as long as some games are played.
- ESPN will run a Home Run Derby marathon on the day that was supposed to be Opening Day in baseball — tomorrow.