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Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/11/21: Chris Archer, Kolten Wong, and A-Rod’s T-Wolves

So many injuries.

Minnesota Twins v Milwaukee Brewers Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

More brunch baseball, more break of dawn links.

In Mariners news...

  • We’ve got a little Mike Cameron giveaway, looks like.
  • Some Pitching Ninja shine for Yusei Kikuchi...

Around the league...

  • Good or terrible news for Fernando Tatis Jr., considering the source.
  • Brewers 2B Kolten Wong hit the 10-day IL with an oblique injury, one of several soft tissue injuries common at the season’s outset.
  • According to Peter Gammons, former Mets and current Athletics INF Jed Lowrie was dissuaded from getting knee surgery by New York while on their roster.
  • When you throw a no-hitter for your hometown team, sometimes there are extra fun perks.
  • Veteran RHP Julio Teheran is being placed on the 10-day IL with an ominous right shoulder strain, bad news for the Tigers starter.
  • While he’s dodged a broken bone, Mets UTIL J.D. Davis will be placed on the 10-day IL as well with a left hand contusion.
  • Forearm tightness is always ominous, but it sounds like Rays RHP Chris Archer may have something less serious like tendonitis after leaving Saturday’s game early.
  • The Angels have lost one of their big offseason additions to the 10-day IL.
  • Very neat moment here with Vladito.
  • Come for the dad’s hilarious reaction to his son missing the ball, stay for a lovely exchange between the kid and a Braves fan.
  • Can’t say Jazz Chisholm is short on confidence.

John’s Pick...

  • In a game where he clobbered a pair of dingers, a fitting bit of Juan Soto dubiousness.