In Mariners News...
- JP Crawford has been putting in WORK.
As part of his shutdown workouts, JP Crawford put a gym in his garage to lift weights, bought a net and tee and hit in the living room of recently purchased house and his fiancee helped him with groundballs in the backyard.— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) July 6, 2020
- Kyle Lewis talks about how he prepared for the season and emphasizes his speed and conditioning work.
- Logan Gilbert is looking at this season with a positive mindset despite some setbacks.
Around The League...
- Oh, how we miss you Guillermo.
Find you a hype man like Guillermo Heredia. pic.twitter.com/es5D8EOuPj— Pirates (@Pirates) July 5, 2020
- Sean Doolittle speaks out on the current state of MLB and what changes need to be made.
“Sports are like the reward of a functioning society”— joon (@joonlee) July 5, 2020
“We need help from the general public. If they want baseball, please wear a mask, social distance, keep washing your hands”
Sean Doolittle lays out the stakes of what’s going on right now in MLBpic.twitter.com/E7m9XiwMh2
- Oh my.
Park Jong-hun just killed a man.— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) July 5, 2020
Cause of Death: Rising Slider pic.twitter.com/tLYSzNELvA
- The A’s position players are still waiting for their delayed test results.
The A's may have to wait a bit longer than Monday for position players to report to the Coliseum.— Shayna Rubin (@ShaynaRubin) July 6, 2020
Because of the holiday *and* MLB didn't schedule a Sunday delivery, tests A's took on Friday still haven't been shipped from San Francisco to the lab in Utah, I'm told.
- The Angels also share concerns with the A’s about delayed test results.
Angels had own issue with testing today. Per sources, testers did not show. Players did saliva tests on their own; unclear if/how tests were shipped to lab in Utah. But Monday workout was pushed back from 9 am PT to noon, seemingly to give lab more time to determine results. https://t.co/BGD0FQGmGr— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 6, 2020
- Masahiro Tanaka has been released from the hospital after a scary moment as he took a line drive to the head.
- A Cleveland news channel writes about the complicated journey of how Cleveland’s baseball team got its name.