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Mariners Moose Tracks, 7/13/23: Tyler Soderstrom, Zack Gelof, and Corbin Carroll

This might be the first day of the season in which the A’s got better.

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Good morning everyone and happy Thursday! We’ve got just one more day until Mariners baseball returns. Let’s dig into the latest news from around the league as the All-Star Break comes to a close.

In Mariners news...

  • Mariners organizational pitching coordinator Max Weiner has officially left the org to join Texas A&M as their new pitching coach.
  • The hot stove is warming up!

Around the league...

  • Top A’s position prospects Tyler Soderstrom (first base) and Zack Gelof (second base) are being called up to the big leagues to make their debuts on Friday.
  • The Yankees will be wearing a new jersey patch on their sleeve, courtesy of Starr Insurance.
  • Major League Baseball has unveiled plans to play games in four countries next year: Korea, Britain, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.
  • Eno Sarris at The Athletic spoke to a number of pitchers, including George Kirby, about the adjustments they made that turned them into All-Stars. ($)
  • Baseball Prospectus updated their top 50 prospects in baseball now that the draft has concluded. ($)
  • Patrick Dubuque at BP explains the unique joys of playing Immaculate Grid. ($)
  • Now that we’re halfway through the season, Mike Petriello outlines the players who have been most helped and most hurt by the banning of the shift.
  • I guess the Mariners have been pretty successful when it comes to drafting!
  • Corbin Carroll is the absolute man.
  • I love this. Why are so many baseball players obsessed with geography?
  • I guess we know what Ozzie Albies’ hobby is.

Anders’ picks...

  • Desiree, a beloved member of the Mariners fan community, recently passed away from cancer. If you are able, please consider donating to a fundraiser set up in her honor to help raise awareness for ovarian cancer in children and adults.