Pitching
Earned Run Average 5.30 3rd
Quality Starts 36 17th
WHIP 1.44 8th
BAA .269 6th
Batting
Runs 498 12th
Batting Average .242 24th
On Base Percentage .319 20th
Slugging Percentage .445 12th
2019 AL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 62 37 .626 W3
Oakland 56 42 .571 W1
Texas 50 47 .515 L5
Los Angeles 50 49 .505 L3
Seattle 40 60 .400 W1

Mariners News

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  • That time Neil Armstrong really wanted to meet Dave Niehausas told by Marilyn.#Apollo50th https://t.co/4XmbDD6EAo

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    Fansided: Seattle Mariners Trade a Day: Mike Leake to San Francisco

    But a common thought after the game amongst Mariners fans was that Leake had drastically increased his trade value. But the simple truth is that Leake's value is basically set in stone. But what could raise his value is a new contender entering his market.

    That new team may be an old team, the San Francisco Giants. Thought to be sellers a week ago, the Giants have won 7 straight games and are just 2 games back of a playoff spot. The Giants figured to be on of the busier teams this month, but are now reportedly backing off on talks to trade Madison Bumgarner and Will Smith.

    But a common thought after the game amongst Mariners fans was that Leake had drastically increased his trade value. But the simple truth is that Leake's value is basically set in stone. But what could raise his value is a new contender entering his market.

    That new team may be an old team, the San Francisco Giants. Thought to be sellers a week ago, the Giants have won 7 straight games and are just 2 games back of a playoff spot. The Giants figured to be on of the busier teams this month, but are now reportedly backing off on talks to trade Madison Bumgarner and Will Smith.

  • @Mariners • 3h

    Lookout Landing: Mariners Moose Tracks 7/20/19: Mike Leake, the Players' Union, and the Moon Landing

    In case you're living under a rock (would be weird) or just didn't pay attention to the Mariners in the last twelve hours (would be less weird), Mike Leake came three outs away from throwing the 24th perfect game in Major League Baseball history. It would have been the first since a guy named Felix Hernandez did it in 2012.

    I don't know quite why, but Mike Leake might be my actual favorite Mariner. I think my love for him was first fostered when I was conscripted to write his 40-in-40 this offseason.

    In case you're living under a rock (would be weird) or just didn't pay attention to the Mariners in the last twelve hours (would be less weird), Mike Leake came three outs away from throwing the 24th perfect game in Major League Baseball history. It would have been the first since a guy named Felix Hernandez did it in 2012.

    I don't know quite why, but Mike Leake might be my actual favorite Mariner. I think my love for him was first fostered when I was conscripted to write his 40-in-40 this offseason.

  • @Mariners • 5h

    From the Corner of Edgar and Dave: Edgar Martinez Prepares for Hall of Fame Weekend

    The big day is almost here.

    After being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in January -- earning 85.4 percent of the vote in his 10th, and final, year on the BBWAA ballot -- Mariners legend Edgar Martinez will join the greats of the game in the Hall of Fame on Sunday.

    Martinez has arrived in Cooperstown, where today he sat down for interviews with ESPN and MarinersVision at the famed Otesaga Hotel on the shores of Blackbird Bay.

    Coverage of the 2019 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony from Cooperstown begins on Sunday, July 21 at 8:00 am PT on MLB Network leading up to the ceremony itself at 10:30 am PT.

    The big day is almost here.

    After being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in January -- earning 85.4 percent of the vote in his 10th, and final, year on the BBWAA ballot -- Mariners legend Edgar Martinez will join the greats of the game in the Hall of Fame on Sunday.

    Martinez has arrived in Cooperstown, where today he sat down for interviews with ESPN and MarinersVision at the famed Otesaga Hotel on the shores of Blackbird Bay.

    Coverage of the 2019 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony from Cooperstown begins on Sunday, July 21 at 8:00 am PT on MLB Network leading up to the ceremony itself at 10:30 am PT.

  • @Mariners • 7h

    The Seattle Times: Mike Leake gets three outs away from a perfect game as Mariners club Angels

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    One week after perhaps the most imperfect start of Mike Leake's career, he flirted with perfection.

    Leake retired the first 24 batters he faced, Daniel Vogelbach hit a pair of three-run homers and the Mariners defeated the Los Angeles Angels 1o-0 on Friday night at T-Mobile Park.

    They were the same Angels that seven days earlier had no-hit the Mariners in a 13-0 win, with Leake giving up seven runs -- four earned -- in two-thirds of an inning, the shortest start of his 10-year big-league career.

    So what happened this Friday? A turnaround that was hard to fathom, even if the perfect bid ended when Luis Rengifo hit a grounder through the right side to end the perfect game and no-hit bid.

    One week after perhaps the most imperfect start of Mike Leake's career, he flirted with perfection.

    Leake retired the first 24 batters he faced, Daniel Vogelbach hit a pair of three-run homers and the Mariners defeated the Los Angeles Angels 1o-0 on Friday night at T-Mobile Park.

    They were the same Angels that seven days earlier had no-hit the Mariners in a 13-0 win, with Leake giving up seven runs -- four earned -- in two-thirds of an inning, the shortest start of his 10-year big-league career.

    So what happened this Friday? A turnaround that was hard to fathom, even if the perfect bid ended when Luis Rengifo hit a grounder through the right side to end the perfect game and no-hit bid.

  • @Mariners • 9h

    Lookout Landing: 40-60: Chart

    Watching Mike Leake tonight: Mike Leake (.231 WPA)

    Watching Mike Leake probably do this again for some other team in the 2019 playoffs: Mallex Smith (-.043 WPA)

    Moment of the Game: Leake blowing a pitch by Mike Trout (???) for the final out of what will forever be known as the Mike Leake Game.

    Watching Mike Leake tonight: Mike Leake (.231 WPA)

    Watching Mike Leake probably do this again for some other team in the 2019 playoffs: Mallex Smith (-.043 WPA)

    Moment of the Game: Leake blowing a pitch by Mike Trout (???) for the final out of what will forever be known as the Mike Leake Game.

  • @Mariners • 12h

    Lookout Landing: Mike Leake throws 8/9ths of a perfect game, Mariners win 10-0

    If you did not watch Friday night's Mariners-Angels game, I cannot stress enough how dull its beginning was.

    The evening Seattle sun was somehow both vibrant and dusky, right in the pocket between overbearing and soothing. It was the kind of night Death Cab for Cutie would write a song about: fun and illuminating but not in a way that leaves you exhausted. A real Mike Leake of a night.

    At the actual game, T-Mobile Park's seating sections remained mostly untouched in their deeper rows. The stadium's massive scoreboard was out of order too.

    If you did not watch Friday night's Mariners-Angels game, I cannot stress enough how dull its beginning was.

    The evening Seattle sun was somehow both vibrant and dusky, right in the pocket between overbearing and soothing. It was the kind of night Death Cab for Cutie would write a song about: fun and illuminating but not in a way that leaves you exhausted. A real Mike Leake of a night.

    At the actual game, T-Mobile Park's seating sections remained mostly untouched in their deeper rows. The stadium's massive scoreboard was out of order too.

  • @Mariners • 13h
  • CGSO.What a night for Mike Leake. #TrueToTheBlue https://t.co/Rte70YVrAa

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  • @Mariners • 14h
  • #Vogey4HRDerby2020Just sayin'. https://t.co/Ek8wQ14n7h

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  • @Mariners • 14h
  • Vogey with a L A S E R#TrueToTheBlue x @GEICO https://t.co/YIKOngig6Z

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  • @Mariners • 15h
  • Vogey with a L A S E R#TrueToTheBlue x @GEICO https://t.co/JYsfvmIpuu

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  • @Mariners • 23h
  • As Induction Weekend begins, what advice does Junior have for Gar? #EdgarHOF https://t.co/gMxL4DTHHI

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    Fansided: Seattle Mariners Trade a Day: Domingo Santana to AL East Contender

    While Santana may not have a huge market, the Mariners will have a few suitors to choose from. One of these teams could be a current Wild Card leader and AL East contender, the Tampa Bay Rays.

    Tampa is reportedly looking for some right-handed pop and because of their tight-fisted owners, a player with some club control and on a cheap deal is ideal. Tampa Bay likes to have some flexibility in their lineup, so they would need to be comfortable enough with Santana's defense to put him in the outfield and at DH.

    We know the Rays at least contacted the Mariners about Edwin Encarnacion before he was dealt to the Yankees.

    While Santana may not have a huge market, the Mariners will have a few suitors to choose from. One of these teams could be a current Wild Card leader and AL East contender, the Tampa Bay Rays.

    Tampa is reportedly looking for some right-handed pop and because of their tight-fisted owners, a player with some club control and on a cheap deal is ideal. Tampa Bay likes to have some flexibility in their lineup, so they would need to be comfortable enough with Santana's defense to put him in the outfield and at DH.

    We know the Rays at least contacted the Mariners about Edwin Encarnacion before he was dealt to the Yankees.

  • @Mariners • 1d

    Lookout Landing: Can you name the Pitchers Edgar Martinez Homered off the Most?

    Hall of Famer Edgar Martinez hit 309 home runs in his 18 year career. His season-high was 37 in 2000, when Edgar made his fifth All-Star team. Of those 309 home runs, chunks of them came against pitchers that Edgar absolutely destroyed. There are 18 pitchers that Edgar hit at least three home runs off. Before watching his induction ceremony this weekend, can you name them?

    Note: The teams listed end at 2004, as that was the last year that Edgar was in the league.

    Other note: Edgar hit .429 in 14 plate appearances against Dennis Eckersley, but never homered.

    Hall of Famer Edgar Martinez hit 309 home runs in his 18 year career. His season-high was 37 in 2000, when Edgar made his fifth All-Star team. Of those 309 home runs, chunks of them came against pitchers that Edgar absolutely destroyed. There are 18 pitchers that Edgar hit at least three home runs off. Before watching his induction ceremony this weekend, can you name them?

    Note: The teams listed end at 2004, as that was the last year that Edgar was in the league.

    Other note: Edgar hit .429 in 14 plate appearances against Dennis Eckersley, but never homered.

  • @Mariners • 1d

    The Seattle Times: It's a shame that Edgar Martinez is going into Hall of Fame without another Mariners icon, Lou Piniella

    Lou Piniella will be in Cooperstown, New York, on Sunday, watching with pride along with tens of thousands of other baseball fans as Edgar Martinez is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

    Piniella was there when Barry Larkin went in the Hall in 2012, Randy Johnson in 2015, and Ken Griffey Jr., in 2016. All were players Piniella managed during his stellar career in the dugout.

    It's a career that should have warranted his own Hall of Fame induction Sunday. In a just world, Piniella would be up on the podium Sunday in Cooperstown, right there with Mariano Rivera, Mike Mussina, Lee Smith, Harold Baines and the family of the late Roy Halladay.

    Lou Piniella will be in Cooperstown, New York, on Sunday, watching with pride along with tens of thousands of other baseball fans as Edgar Martinez is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

    Piniella was there when Barry Larkin went in the Hall in 2012, Randy Johnson in 2015, and Ken Griffey Jr., in 2016. All were players Piniella managed during his stellar career in the dugout.

    It's a career that should have warranted his own Hall of Fame induction Sunday. In a just world, Piniella would be up on the podium Sunday in Cooperstown, right there with Mariano Rivera, Mike Mussina, Lee Smith, Harold Baines and the family of the late Roy Halladay.

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