In Mariners News...
- After yesterday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles was postponed due to rain, the Mariners will play a doubleheader starting this afternoon at 1:05. Justus Sheffield will get the start for the first game, followed by Nick Margevicius in the second game.
Tonight's game has been postponed due to rain.— Mariners PR (@MarinersPR) April 13, 2021
Seattle and Baltimore will play a traditional doubleheader tomorrow, starting at 1:05 pm PT.
Game #1: Justus Sheffield
Game #2: Nick Margevicius
Both games will be seven-inning regulation games. https://t.co/bbERmlIkWR
- Tickets for 20 more Mariners games at T-Mobile Park are set to go on sale next week!
We’ll see you soon! Tickets for 2️⃣0️⃣ more games at @TMobilePark go on sale next week.— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) April 12, 2021
Season Ticket Members get priority access
Mariners Mail presale on April 22
Single-game tickets available on April 23
Around The League...
- The managers of the six founding teams in the inaugural MLB Draft League have been announced. They include former MLB players Coco Crisp and Jedd Gyorko, as well as other recent players and coaches.
- Joon Lee at ESPN writes about the exciting impact that MLB’s new generation of players is having on the league’s culture, style, and more.
- Veteran OF Josh Reddick has agreed to a minor league deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He will report directly to the team’s alternate site, and will earn $750,000 if he makes Arizona’s major league roster.
- Kyle Bandujo at Baseball America emphasizes the importance of mental health in MLB player development.
- The Chicago Cubs have placed relievers Jason Adam, Brandon Workman, and Dan Winkler on the COVID-19 IL “out of abundance of caution” after the team’s bullpen coach, Chris Young, tested positive for COVID-19.
- Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon has been placed on the 10-day IL with a left groin strain. Infielder Jack Mayfield has been recalled to replace Rendon on the roster.
- Texas Rangers RHP Jonathan Hernandez has undergone Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, and is not expected to return until the beginning of the 2022 season at the earliest.
- New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman has officially announced his retirement after 12 incredible NFL seasons. Congrats on an amazing career, and best of luck!