When the Seattle Mariners acquired Aaron Harang, they believed they were getting a capable starting pitcher who would give them consistency and quality innings at the No. 5 spot in the rotation.
Now three starts into Harang’s brief tenure with the team, the Mariners are still waiting to receive those things.
On the heels of an awful outing in Texas, Harang wasn’t much better on Friday night at Safeco Field, lasting just three innings and giving up five runs on six hits and never giving the Mariners much of a chance in a 6-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. …
Sorry for the lateness of the line-ups and pregame stuff. Some idiot decided to leave the power cord for his already dead laptop at his home in Tacoma. And since I might be the only other person on the planet with Toshiba computer, there wasn’t much help. But Jeff Evans and the always helpful Mariners media relations hooked me up with a laptop to use for the night.
So let’s get to it. The line-up looks a little different tonight. Jason Bay is at the lead-off spot in a major
Meanwhile, other top pitching prospect Danny Hultzen was scratched from his start with the Rainiers in Las Vegas. Hultzen had trouble getting loose, but it didn’t sound overly serious. Nick Franklin went 5-for-5 in a wild 13-12 win It was tough game for Mike Zunino, who went 0-for-4 with four strikeouts and a walk.