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Believe it or not, there are still some fantasy leagues which don’t feature Hisashi Iwakuma — even though the Japanese import has a 7-1 record with a 1.79 ERA. And that WHIP? A miniscule 0.82. That’s probably due to all the OOPs in the American League. RotoExperts’ Mike Cardano wants to know what’s up with that eight percent of fantasy leagues which don’t have him. Fools!
Small Child Gets Trucked In Mad Scramble For Game-Tying Grand Slam Ball, And Other Shameful Details Of 16-Inning White Sox-Mariners Game
This youngster seems to be OK — no thanks to Hodor, here — after being leveled in a rush for the ball at Safeco Field tonight. It was a grand slam off the bat of Seattle’s Kyle Seager, which tied their game with the White Sox 5-all in the 14th inning. Yes, a grand slam in the 14th only tied this game. Weird details following the jump.
The Mariners have called up Nick Franklin, and Fantasy players are anticipating some quality production from him at middle infield. Scott Engel and Adam Ronis have the Fantasy scouting report on Seattle’s newest arrival.
This Mariners Fan Caught A Foul Ball In His Beer, And Then He Chugged The Beer. It Was Awesome, But Is He A Bro Or A Hipster?
The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-2 in an 18-inning marathon last night, with Orioles relief pitcher Tommy Hunter coming away with the win. But before he entered the game, his hat was christened with a special heavenly delight: bird shit.
The Players Of The Mariners’ Double-A Affiliate Were Pumped When King Felix Notched His Perfect Game
Of the unfathomable number of souls who have ever cycled through the minor leagues, not 25 have ever thrown a perfect game on the big league level. Still, that doesn’t mean they can’t fantasize about doing it themselves â€” and when one of the best to ever pitch for their parent club accomplished the feat, the Jackson Generals’ outfield was full of believers.
A former Mariners outfielder was killed last year by his brother. He pleaded insanity — insanity induced by smoking weed. He secured his freedom, and has been let out of jail. The details, after the jump.
There wasn’t much controversy associated with Felix Hernandez’s perfect game against the Rays yesterday – King Felix was dominant. So dominant, in fact, that the main point of contention was something the Rays – and specifically, manager Joe Maddon – did.
Well, that was a way to spice up a slow-seeming sports afternoon. The Mariners’ Felix Hernandez just finished throwing the 23rd perfect game in baseball history, first in Mariners history, and third this season, blanking the Rays 1-0. See the last out after the jump.