In Mariners News...
- The Mariners schedule has been announced, they will start and end the 60-game regular season on the road:
MLB announces 2020 60-game regular season schedule. The #Mariners will open the 2020 season on July 24 at Houston; their first game at T-Mobile Park will be July 31 against Oakland.— Mariners PR (@MarinersPR) July 6, 2020
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- Catch up with Isaiah Campbell as he starts summer training with the Mariners.
New Episode of Travs Talk— Steven Davis (@StevenDavispxp) July 7, 2020
Awesome to have @isaiah_campbell on this week! Excited to have a former Diamond Hog in the Mariners organization and hopefully back in Arkansas pitching for @ARTravs soon!#WPS #ProHogs
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- Reliever Austin Adams used the downtime before Summer Camp to recover from ACL surgery and is now ready to go for the start of the season.
Around The League...
- Brandon Guyer, former Cleveland outfielder, has announced his retirement.
Brandon Guyer, 34, announces retirement in accompanying statement. A member of the 2016 American League champion Indians, Guyer had career .274 BA and .824 OPS against left-handed pitching, with 24 HRs in 671 ABs. Went to spring training with Giants, and was released on March 26. pic.twitter.com/Gt3P1m8Z17— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 6, 2020
- Check out this full breakdown of the 2020 MLB schedules.
- Nick Markakis has opted out of the 2020 season after an eye-opening conversation with Freddie Freeman.
- Kris Bryant expresses concerns for the season, but isn’t planning on opting out.
- Kole Calhoun has tested positive for Covid-19.
- Billionaire Steve Cohen is making another bid to buy the Mets.
- Love this!
Bobby Wagner took Ugo Amadi under his wing last year:— Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) July 6, 2020
- They arrived to the VMAC at 6:00 am each day
- They'd stay late after each road trip to use the cold tub
- Wagner bought him books and encouraged him to read more
“Bobby, man, he’s special.”