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Mariners Moose Tracks, 7/21/20: Jed Lowrie, Alyssa Nakken, and George Kontos

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In Mariners News...

  • Get hyped, the 2020 season is upon us.
  • Listen to Mariners minor league catcher Ty Duvall talk college ball and his recent signing with Seattle.
  • Shed Long out here proving that hard work pays off.
  • The Mariners are expected to sign reliever Bryan Shaw after the Rockies put him on waivers yesterday.

Around the League...

  • MLB is in the process of developing an app that will let fans react to games in real time and have their reactions broadcasted in the stadium.
  • This is awesome, looking forward to seeing more of it in the future.
  • The Nationals announced that Dr. Anthony Fauci will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Opening Day.
  • A’s top prospect A.J. Puk has been placed on the injured list and will remain there for the beginning of the season.
  • Jed Lowrie returns to the Mets’ injured list with left knee discomfort.
  • Giants pitcher George Kontos has announced his retirement after eight years in the league will join the NBC Sports Bay Area broadcast team.
  • Second baseman Derek Dietrich has been granted release from the Reds.
  • The Braves have signed former Mets infielder Matt Adams to a minor league deal.
  • The Marlins have released Ryan Cook and additionally have designated relievers Josh Smith and Nick Vincent to an alternate training facility, implying that they won’t make the Opening Day roster.
  • Former Mariner and veteran reliever Anthony Swarzak has been granted release from the Phillies is now returning to free agency.
  • Giants infielders Brandon Belt and Evan Longoria will start the season on the injured list.