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Mariners Moose Tracks, 7/27/20: Justin Verlander, Shohei Ohtani, and oh dear the Marlins

Los Angeles Angels v Oakland Athletics Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The links smell better the morning after a win.

The Mariners had as much of an instant classic as a rebuilding team can have Sunday, with a brilliant comeback and some fascinating moments throughout. The recap is here, from the boss herself, and Seattle will finish their opening series tonight. Around the league there was no shortage of mayhem, including a number of high-profile injury issues, the first major outbreak of COVID-19 during the season, and some good old-fashioned nonsense baseball.

In Mariners news:

  • The Mariners will want to shine their shoes and grab their snazziest face coverings, as they’ll be on ESPN’s national broadcast for Wednesday night’s 7 PM PT matchup against the Angels. It should line up to be the first start of the season for Justin Dunn.
  • Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times spoke with new Mariner Bryan Shaw about ending up in Seattle, two years after the M’s were outbid by the Rockies for their top bullpen upgrade, leading them to Juan Nicasio at the time.
  • Mariners longtime (with a brief interruption) farmhand Anthony Misiewicz made his MLB debut this week, and the Mariners got his family on the horn to help share the moment with him.

Around the League:

  • The Marlins had an outbreak of COVID-19, leading disease experts to have grave concerns about how quickly MLB’s framework for keeping their game going safely seems to be failing.
  • Relatedly, with at least four players testing positive in quick succession, the Marlins travel plans are in flux.
  • White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez was pulled early after colliding with an outfield wall in the club’s loss to the Twins. Encouragingly, Jimenez initially remained in the game, so the move may have been more precautionary in a blowout than indicative of something greivous.
  • The South Siders also lost a pitcher during their drubbing, as Reynaldo Lopez exited with shoulder tightness of his own.
  • Rays 1B/DH Ji-Man Choi decided, like so many of us during quarantine, to try something new.



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