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LINKAGE: Mariners open season with a win

Post by Ryan Divish on April 7, 2009 at 9:57 am with No Comments »
April 7, 2009 9:57 am


Wow, that seemed relatively easy. Get good pitching, pick up a few timely hits, move runners along and make the play defensively. Not rocket science but harder than you think.


Lash had the duties in Minnesota. Here’s his game story.


Here’s a notebook leading with Mike Sweeney being with a team on opening day for a 13th season when there was some doubt whether he would make it.


Lash also had a story talking with the nervous energy of opening day.


Our photo staff put together this photo gallery from yesterday’s game


Here’s the AP story from the game.


You can see a replay of Griffey’s home run HERE.


From the Minnesota papers …


The Star Tribune had this game story and this story as well


From the St. Paul Pioneer Press, there is this game story. The Press also had this story discussing what it would have been like if the Twins were playing their new open air stadium on Opening day.


Around the AL West …

ESPN’s Jim Caple had this Q&A with Jason Giambi


The Rangers roughed up last year’s Cy Young winner Cliff Lee. Kevin Millwood looked good yesterday, we’ll see if it continues.


Kelvim Escobar could be back in the Angels rotation by the end of April. John Lackey‘s contract re-negotiations have stopped for the time being.


The revamped A’s offense didn’t do much against Joe Saunders and the Angels. Bill Dwyre’s writes about the model of efficiency that is the Angels.


AP Photos

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