In Mariners News...
- Get hyped, the 2020 season is upon us.
Sometimes you have to tear it down to . pic.twitter.com/uuRgbBylzP— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) July 20, 2020
- Listen to Mariners minor league catcher Ty Duvall talk college ball and his recent signing with Seattle.
This week's episode includes Seattle Mariners Minor League Catcher @ty_duvall20— BachTalk (@BachTalk1) July 20, 2020
- Recent signing with the Seattle Mariners
- Winning a College World Series
- Playing at one of the best college baseball programs in the country
"Always Remember Be Yourself" pic.twitter.com/m3AzdnJHIL
- Shed Long out here proving that hard work pays off.
Don’t ever think your dream is too big pic.twitter.com/xFn49h6skw— Shed Long Jr. (@SLONG895) July 20, 2020
- 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.
New innovation from Major League Baseball will allow fans to cheer or boo in their app, ballpark staff can then match that up with the volume in the stadium. pic.twitter.com/YxqKTR7lYt— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 20, 2020
- 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.