Hello everyone and happy Friday! Let’s get to the latest from around the world of baseball.
In Mariners news...
- T-Mobile Park has announced some rules for the upcoming season.
- The Mariners have announced a partnership with UW Medicine to tackle the Coronavirus.
- Here’s a preview of what the outreach effort will look like.
The new campaign will include messages in English, Spanish, and Japanese from Edgar Martinez, Scott Servais, Manny Acta, Yusei Kikuchi, Jose Marmolejos, and Alvin Davis, encouraging the public to get vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/A02CCMKodA— Joe Veyera (@JoeVeyera) March 18, 2021
- Alyson Footer provides some insight on what she’s seeing and hearing at Mariners spring training.
- Man, this is a huge bummer.
According to Servais Andres Munoz had what he called a small setback in his return from TJ surgery and has not been throwing much since.— Shannon Drayer (@shannondrayer) March 18, 2021
Around the league...
- It sure seems like the Royals are setting up Witt to be called up in short order.
This will be the Royals 18th spring training game. This will be the 14th time that Bobby Witt Jr. has played. https://t.co/f5RdgnxVBR— JJ Cooper (@jjcoop36) March 18, 2021
- The Mets faced a major blow to their preseason hype with the news that starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco has suffered a hamstring injury that will likely keep him out for 6-8 weeks.
- Great news for Washingtonians!
MORE: Gov. Inslee announces coronavirus vaccine eligibility in Washington state will be expanded to the next two tiers on March 31, which includes restaurant and food service workers, anyone over the age of 60, and people with two or more co-morbidities. pic.twitter.com/ydiMQPQHG9— Joe Veyera (@JoeVeyera) March 18, 2021