Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon is right, you know. Things are going get better for his club. They can only get better — can’t they? — after Tuesday’s 5-2 loss to the Houston Astros at Safeco Field
Because if this isn’t the bottom…oh, boy.
It isn’t just that the Mariners lost for a second straight night to Houston, which had lost seven in row before arriving in SoDo. (Bad enough.) Or that this makes eight straight True to the Blue losses. (Still worse.)
No, it was watching Collin McHugh so overmatch the Mariners’ whispering attack that he supplanted Roger Clemens in the Astros’ …