Good morning everyone! Happy Saturday to one and all. Let’s get your weekend kicked off with some links.
In Mariners news...
- Poor Jay.
Jay Buhner is getting roasted for his uniform and I’m dying #MLB | #Baseball | @Mariners | #MLBAtHome pic.twitter.com/aG8undani8— Greatest Show on Dirt (@greatestondirt) May 8, 2020
Around the league...
- Check out the upcoming slate of KBO broadcasts.
ESPN announces #KBO League game selections for May 12-17@karlravechespn & @BoogSciambi continue on play-by-play with analysts @PerezEd, @jessmendoza & @KP_Omaha— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) May 8, 2020
May 12-15 | ESPN2, ESPN App
May 16-17 | ESPN, ESPN App
Schedule: https://t.co/d219Q1LoqA pic.twitter.com/ReCHnHgxod
- This is great news for Phillies employees.
According to source, Phillies full-time employees were told today that there would be no furloughs or layoffs due to the coronavirus shutdown through the end of the fiscal year (end of Oct). Hope is still that BB returns in coming weeks.— Jim Salisbury (@JSalisburyNBCS) May 8, 2020
- Rest in peace, Mary.
We are terribly sad to report that former Rockford Peaches and Kenosha Comets pitcher, Mary Pratt passed away on May 6th. She was 101 years old. Mary was the last known original Peaches player that played on the 1943 team. Her stories, her energy will be missed for a long time. pic.twitter.com/dKFlbbBzf8— AAGPBL Official (@AAGPBL) May 8, 2020
- This is super cool: All of the MLB logos done in chalk.
We. Are. Done.— Ross Yoshida (@RYDesignLA) May 8, 2020
Thank you to everyone for their positive comments, follows, retweets and likes. Can’t wait to watch all of our favorite MLB teams live again. pic.twitter.com/V9BN5srHmQ
- You’re going to ban spitting? Good luck.
More possible MLB changes for 2020: limited travel, no x-county flights, more divisional play, expanded rosters, taxi squads, expanded playoffs, more experiments (runner on 2B in extra innings?), more doubleheaders, fewer off days, high-fiving/spitting discouraged or forbidden.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 8, 2020
- The Yankees are in an especially tough situation following yesterday’s draft news.
The Yankees gave up their 2nd and 5th rounders to sign Gerrit Cole. Only 1st, 3rd, and 4th rounders this year. https://t.co/xaMlC7Thzx— River Ave. Blues (@RiverAveBlues) May 8, 2020
- Major kudos if you can figure it out before it reveals itself.
im losing my mind. there is no way you're going to be able to predict what this ad is trying to sell you— bara godzilla (@baraGodzilla) May 8, 2020
finally, now more than ever, women can buy our product pic.twitter.com/f68JCM7vvt