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FanPost Friday: How’d that first week of the season go?

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Give us your best guesses

Oakland Athletics v Seattle Mariners
what family member would you sacrifice for a walk-off win celebration right now?
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Somewhere out there is a non-COVID-19 timeline where the 2020 Seattle Mariners have played eight games as of this date. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to tell us how they did in those eight games. Copy and paste the template below into the comment section and give us your best guesses on results and the Mariners players with the highest/lowest WPA for each game (that’s Win Probability Added, the fun lil’ thing we include with the game charts. PS: Support FanGraphs).

All right, let’s hear it!

March 26 vs Texas Rangers - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
March 27 vs Texas Rangers - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
March 28 vs Texas Rangers - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
March 29 vs Texas Rangers - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
March 30 vs Minnesota Twins - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
March 31 vs Minnesota Twins - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
April 1 vs Minnesota Twins - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:
April 2 vs Kansas City Royals - W/L: Highest WPA: Lowest WPA:

Seattle Mariners v Chicago Cubs Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images

Fun Fact: Tonight, Friday, April 3, was a planned off-day in Kansas City. Haha, can you imagine how mad you’d be right now? Eight games and then a Friday off-day? (No, Eric, given the circumstances, I cannot imagine how mad I’d be. I am mad right now because there is zero Mariners baseball).

Welp, anyways, sound off in the comments on you think the 2020 Mariners would have started off this season.