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San Francisco
Jul 25 (OPTA) - Box score from Seattle Mariners vs San Francisco Giants on Tuesday San Francisco 4, Seattle 3 San Francisco ab r h rbi bb so avg d'Arnaud 3b 4 0 1 1 0 1 .300 Sandoval 3b Continue to Article
July 25, 2018 1:14:am EST
San Francisco
Jonathan Lucroy's fourth career grand slam ignited an 18-hit assault on Cole Hamels and four Texas Rangers relievers Monday night, and the surging Oakland Athletics opened a seven-game trip with a 15-3 romp in Arlington, Texas. Stephen Piscotty, Matt Chapman and Khris Davis also homered for the A's, who won for the 24th time in their past 31 games. Continue to Article
July 23, 2018 11:33:pm EST
Robinson Cano's return to the Seattle Mariners' lineup when he becomes eligible Aug. 14 may include a change of position, according to general manager Jerry Dipoto. Without their everyday second baseman in the lineup, the Mariners have turned to Dee Gordon at second. Gordon isn't likely to relinquish that spot even when Cano returns in mid-August, meaning the Mariners might shift Cano to first in order to get his bat in a lineup that desperately needs more pop. Continue to Article
July 20, 2018 10:42:pm EST
The Seattle Mariners announced Friday they have reached an agreement on a multi-year contract extension with manager Scott Servais. Servais, 51, was hired in 2016 following 10 years in player development roles. The Mariners are 222-199 (.527) during his tenure, making Servais the fourth-winningest manager in franchise history. Continue to Article
July 20, 2018 1:27:pm EST
The tranquil, apple-growing community of Wenatchee doesn’t exactly scream “junior hockey powerhouse.” But the Wenatchee Wild just had as many players drafted to the National Hockey League as the Seattle Thunderbirds, Spokane Chiefs and Tri-City Americans combined. Those latter teams play at a higher rung of junior hockey than the decade-old Wild, which speaks to what’s been accomplished within the north-central Washington town of 33,000 in a short amount of time. “I think Wenatchee is one of the true special places to play junior hockey in North America,’’ said Wild head coach Bliss Littler, who boasts one of the best first names and win totals of any hockey coach. Littler’s team has also become Continue to Article
July 16, 2018 8:00:am EST
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