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Mariners Moose Tracks, 7/28/20: Jarred Kelenic, Jose Marmolejos, and David Price

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In Mariners News...

  • Jarred Kelenic had quite the game yesterday, going 4-4 with two homeruns and a triple in the intrasquad game at Cheney Stadium.
  • They don’t call him Flash for nothing.
  • Ryan Divish at the Seattle Times gives some insight on why Jose Marmolejos’ MLB opportunity with the Mariners is so special.
  • Here’s what to expect for Friday’s home opener vs. the A’s.
  • The Mariners discuss the plan for their prospects following the cancellation of the MiLB season.

Around the League...

  • A total of 11 Marlins players have been infected so far during their recent outbreak, causing many questions about the 2020 season to arise.
  • Yikes is right.
  • David Price gives his thoughts on MLB’s current protocols, voicing that they aren’t putting players’ health first.
  • The Royals announced their signing of RHP Matt Harvey on a minor league deal.
  • Emma Baccellieri looked into what’s happening to all those home run balls that end up in the stands.
  • Tres Barrera, a catcher in the Nationals organization who previously starred at the University of Texas, is at the head of a proposed class action lawsuit against MLB over their testing policies and methodology that resulted in his suspension for Oral Turnabol recently.
  • The Braves have DFA’d RHP Mike Foltynewicz after a rough start vs. the Rays.
  • George Springer did little to quash expectation that this year will be his last in Houston.