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Mariners Game #99 Preview, 7/23/22: TOR at SEA

Bryan Woo looks for a bounceback start and the Mariners look for a sweep

Minnesota Twins v Seattle Mariners Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

Rejoice, fellow Seattleites, for today endeth the dual-pronged invasion of the Swifties and the Blue Jays fans, as well as a host of other things that made traveling around the city this weekend a right pain in the butt. In other good news, the Mariners won yesterday’s game, guaranteeing them a series win to close up this homestand, which has been....uneven, to say the least. In other other good news, Toronto doesn’t have nearly the stable of lefty hitters to stack against Bryan Woo, so hopefully the rookie righty can have somewhat of a bounceback start today after he really struggled against Minnesota.

Today’s Lineups:

Mariners Baseball Information

Today’s Game Information:

Today’s game starts at 1:10 PT and can be seen on ROOT Sports NW, with Aaron Goldsmith and Dan Wilson on the TV side. The radio broadcast will be on 710 AM Seattle Sports as usual, with Dave Sims and Gary Hill Jr. on the call.

Today in Mariners History:

  • 1983: Bob Stoddard pitches a complete-game, two-hit shutout against the Red Sox as the Mariners win, 5-0.
  • 1989: Omar Vizquel hits his first MLB home run and Randy Johnson strikes out 12 batters as Seattle defeats Toronto, 5-2.
  • 1991: Ken Griffey Jr. hits his first career grand slam.
  • 2006: Adrián Beltré hits the first inside-the-park home run in Safeco Field history.
  • 2012: Ichiro Suzuki is traded to the Yankees. As the Yankees are in town at the time, Ichiro simply walks across the concourse to his new team. He singles in his first at-bat as a Yankee as New York goes on to defeat the Mariners, 4-1.
  • 2021: Cal Raleigh hits his first MLB home run.