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March
25th

Mariners 16, Reds 0 — a different kind of hit fiesta

 

The facts

Brandon Maurer made another strong case for the starting rotation, pitching five shutout innings, giving up six hits and striking out seven batters, while walking one. For the spring, Maurer has allowed just two runs in 20 innings pitched. He also got plenty of run support with 16 runs on 16 hits, including two more home runs to push their major league leading total to 52 this spring. The 52 homers is a franchise record, snapping the previous record of 51 set in 1999.

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March
12th

Diamondbacks 5, Mariners 4 — Felix Hernandez looks strong, Hector Noesi does not

The facts

After getting off to a 10-1 start, the Mariners have now lost five of their last six games with Tuesday’s loss to the Diamondbacks. Seattle had nine hits in the game, but didn’t put too much pressure on Arizona pitching. The Mariners had a chance to win the game in the bottom of the ninth with the tying run on first base and two outs, but Nick Franklin grounded out to end the game.

Play of the game

Brad Miller became the 19th different Mariner to

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March
8th

Game called: Hector Noesi stats won’t count, but his struggles won’t be forgotten

Any slim hopes that Hector Noesi might have had about making the Seattle Mariners starting rotation were likely lost in the chilly, swirling winds of Peoria Stadium on Friday.

Noesi turned in yet another lackluster performance this spring. Under dark skies, with chilly temperatures and intermittent rain drops falling, he looked very much like a pitcher that is ticketed for a trip to Triple A Tacoma.

In two innings of work, Noesi gave up seven runs (six earned) on five hits, while walking two batters, hitting another and serving up three home runs against the Oakland A’s. Of course, the

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March
7th

Mariners split their split squad games: Stefen Romero has himself a day

The facts

The Mariners continued score runs and blast the ball over the fence. Seattle got two home runs from prospect Stefen Romero and another from Casper Wells in the win. The Mariners also got outstanding pitching, limiting the Royals to two runs on seven hits and struck out eight batters

Play(er) of the game

Stefen Romero blew open a 1-1 game in the fourth inning, ripping 2-0 fastball from Guillermo Moscoso over the wall in left field for a grand slam (above).  That was the biggest hit

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