Home

True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

This is a discussion on True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise within the Baseball Dynasties forums.

Go Back   Operation Sports Forums > Dynasty Headquarters > Baseball Dynasties
Draft Day Sports: College Basketball 2019 Review (PC)
Which Four Modern NFL Teams Would Dominate NFL Street?
How Kyler Murray’s Decision Impacts MLB The Show and Madden NFL 20
Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 04-17-2019, 10:02 PM   #1
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Will New Faces Bring New Attitude to Seattle?


Felix Hernandez walks to his locker after a spring training bullpen session. The usually talkative Mariner veteran is keeping to himself, and seems to be hurrying to leave the facility. To his right is Domingo Santana, also stoic, at his locker. "It'll come" says Felix, now grinning, "but right now there's a lot of new people in this locker room, and none of us really know each other. Once we start playing, and hanging out every day it'll be cool." It's not just the teammates who are unfamiliar with each other. The dedicated fans of Seattle Mariners spring training, who flock to the sunny skies of Arizona every year for weeks of sunshine and baseball away from the cold and grey Seattle skies, are just as unfamiliar with the new club. "I know Felix, and Mitch." says one fan when asked what she thinks about the players on the team this year, "Oh and isn't Ichiro still here?" says her excited son. Yes Ichiro is still here, but gone are the likes of Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz, James Paxton, Edwin Diaz, and Jean Segura. All of those names were all-stars that the Mariners jettisoned after a disappointing second half to last season, and the organization decided it was time for a different approach to end the longest post-season drought in North American professional sports. The new team thrown together is a roster full of what seems like missed potential. Domingo Santana was a 30 HR hitter for the Brewers two years ago, then lost his place in the lineup. Tim Beckham, a former #1 overall pick, who has never lived up to the billing, Jay Bruce, a one time feared slugger, who has succumbed to injuries. Dan Vogelbach, a Ruthian looking slugger who has yet to put it together. "Everyone on this roster has a chip on their shoulder." Says manager Scott Servais. "Everyone of them have been called a failure, or a bust, you never lived up to your potential." he continued. The Mariners are counting on that chip to be competitive this season. If the players on this roster can tap into their potential, they can surprise some in the AL this season, the playoffs look to be a long shot, and another season will probably come and go without a playoff game in Seattle, but these Mariners could be a fun watch on offense, and a disaster late in ball games. Good? probably not, but the 2019 Mariners should be entertaining if nothing else.


2019 Seattle Mariners
#PITCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
60Chasen BradfordRPR/R296' 0"230$562,300
65Brandon BrennanRPR/R276' 3"220$575,000
55Roenis EliasRPL/L306' 0"205$910,000
35Cory GearrinRPR/R326' 0"205$1,400,000
7Marco GonzalezSPL/L276' 0"195$900,000
34Felix HernandezSPR/R326' 3"225$27,000,000
18Yusei KikuchiSPL/L276' 0"195$8,000,000
8Mike LeakeSPR/R315' 10"170$11,000,000
49Wade LeBlancSPL/L346' 3"205$2,000,000
59Zac RosscupRPL/L306' 2"220$610,000
52Nick RumbelowRPR/R276' 0"190$559,300
43Hunter StricklandCLR/R306' 3"225$1,300,000
30Anthony SwarzackRPR/R336' 3"215$8,000,000
#CATCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
2Tom MurphyCR/R276' 0"220$557,500
22Omar NarvaezCL/R275' 10"220$581,200
#INFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
1Tim BeckhamSSR/R296' 0"205$1,750,000
32Jay Bruce1B/OFL/L316' 3"225$13,000,000
10Edwin Encarnacion1B/DHR/R366' 0"230$15,000,000
9Dee Gordon2BL/R305' 10"170$13,000,000
27Ryon Healy1B/3BR/R276' 5"225$579,800
25Dylan MooreUtilR/R266' 0"200$565,000
20Dan Vogelbach1B/DHL/R266' 0"250$558,600
#OUTFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
17Mitch HanigerRFR/R286' 2"215$590,100
16Domingo SantanaLFR/R266' 5"220$1,950,000
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH






Last edited by glenzariczny; 04-19-2019 at 12:59 PM.
glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisements - Register to remove
Old 04-17-2019, 10:17 PM   #2
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Encarnacion Hits 2 Dingers as Mariners Open Campaign with Win



Oakland - The Mariners 2019 season got off to a resounding start on Wednesday. Edwin Encarnacion hit two three-run home runs, and Marco Gonzales hurled six solid innings as the Mariners took game 1 from the A's 8-2. Encarnacion wasn't even sure he would be on the Mariners roster to open camp, but the slugger was focused nonetheless on the task at hand in the opener. "I'm just here to contribute" Edwin said after the game. "Whatever uniform I am wearing I am going to give that team everything I've got." What Encarnacion has is a hot bat that opposing pitchers will fear in the middle of this Mariner lineup. The two teams will be back at it tomorrow in Oakland to wrap up their quick two game opening series. It'll be Mariner rookie Yusei Kikuchi (0-0, 0.00 ERA) making his major league debut against Mike Fiers (12-8, 3.56 ERA).

Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics
Mar 20, 2019123456789RHE
Seattle (1-0)3000500008151
Oakland (0-1)0001100002121
W: Marco Gonzales (1-0) L: Marco Estrada (0-1)
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Smith, CF511001.200
M. Haniger, RF524000.800
D. Santana, LF411112.250
D. Vogelbach, DH422111.500
E. Encarnacion, 1B522602.400
R. Healy, 3B502001.400
O. Narvaez, C401000.250
T. Beckham, SS401001.250
D. Gordon, 2B401001.250
TOTALS40815829
BATTING
2B: D. Santana (1)
HR: E. Encarnacion 2 (2)
RBI: D. Santana (1), E. Encarnacion 6 (6), D. Vogelbach (1)
GIDP: M. Haniger, D. Gordon
FIELDING
E: T. Beckham (1)
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
M. Gonzales (W, 1-0)6.01021051.50
C. Bradford (H, 1)1.0000000.00
B. Brennan2.0200020.00
TOTALS9.0122107
Oakland Athletics
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Semien, SS502001.400
J. Profar, 2B502000.400
S. Piscotty, RF501002.200
K. Davis, LF402000.500
K. Morales, 1B411100.250
M. Chapman, 3B411002.250
N. Hundley, C400001.000
C. Pinder, DH401001.250
M. Canha, CF302100.667
TOTALS38212207
BATTING
2B: M. Canha (1)
HR: K. Morales (1)
RBI: K. Morales (1), M. Canha (1)
SF: M. Canha
GIDP: N. Hundley
FIELDING
E: M. Canha (1)
Oakland Athletics
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
M. Estrada (L, 0-1)4.28660511.57
J. Wendelken3.1622035.40
Y. Petit1.0100210.00
TOTALS9.0158829

__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH





glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 04-18-2019, 01:58 AM   #3
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Chapman Slams A's to Series Split



Oakland - Yusei Kikuchi got little help from his defense in his Major League debut. The Mariners committed three errors, two by shortstop Tim Beckham, and the A's made them pay dearly when Matt Chapman took a Kikuchi pitch into left field with the bases loaded as the A's gave him a not so warm of a welcome to the show with a 10-4 win. Only three of Kikuchi's eight runs were earned by the Athletics, who salvaged a split with the Mariners in the opening two game series. These two teams will now get a week off before their next game. For Seattle they will have to face the world champion Boston Red Sox at T-Mobile Park. That game will have an early start time of 4:08 pm.

Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics
Mar 21, 2019123456789RHE
Seattle (1-1)0101002004123
Oakland (1-1)00621100X10162
W: Mike Fiers (1-0) L: Yusei Kikuchi (0-1)
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Smith, CF512000.300
M. Haniger, RF411010.556
D. Santana, LF501003.222
D. Vogelbach, DH502101.444
E. Encarnacion, 1B310000.250
J. Bruce, PH-1B1011001.000
R. Healy, 3B401100.333
O. Narvaez410001.125
T. Beckham, SS403001.500
D. Gordon, 2B401100.250
TOTALS39412417
BATTING
2B: M. Smith (1)
RBI: J. Bruce (1), R. Healy (1), D. Gordon (1), D. Vogelbach (2)
GIDP: M. Haniger, D. Vogelbach
FIELDING
E: D. Santana (1), T. Beckham 2 (3)
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
Y. Kikuchi (L, 0-1)3.2983117.36
C. Sadzeck2.1722117.71
R. Elias2.0000000.00
TOTALS8.01610522
PITCHING
WP: Y. Kikuchi 2 (2), C. Sadzeck (1)
Oakland Athletics
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Semien, SS524000.600
J. Profar, 2B501001.300
S. Piscotty, RF500101.100
K. Davis, DH521100.333
K. Morales, 1B423110.500
M. Chapman, 3B411410.250
N. Hundley, C501000.111
C. Pinder, DH423100.500
M. Canha, CF412200.571
TOTALS4110161022
BATTING
2B: K. Morales 2 (2), C. Pinder (1)
HR: M. Chapman (1), M. Canha (1)
RBI: M. Chapman 4 (4), S. Piscotty (1), K. Davis (1), K. Morales (2), C. Pinder (1), M. Canha 2 (3)
GIDP: K. Davis
FIELDING
E: M. Chapman (1), M. Semien (1)
Oakland Athletics
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
M. Fiers (W, 1-0)6.21143154.05
Y. Petit1.1100000.00
L. Trivino1.0000020.00
TOTALS9.0124317
PITCHING
WP: M. Fiers 2 (2)

__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH





glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 04-18-2019, 01:57 PM   #4
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Sale Dominates Mariners to Ruin Opener



Seattle - The newly branded T-Mobile Park was packed full, the stadium, now with a hint of pink in places was still the same beautiful scene as always for opening day. Then Chris Sale and the world champs quickly tamed the mood. Sale hurled a three hit, 15 strikeout masterpiece to shut out the Mariners, and send fans home in a foul mood with a 5-0 win. Despite a great performance from Marco Gonzales, the Mariners could not figure out the Red Sox ace for the entire afternoon and into late evening. Seattle will look for a better outcome tomorrow when they send Yusei Kikuchi (0-1, 7.36 ERA) to the mound to face David Price (16-7, 3.58 ERA) tomorrow at 7:10 pm at T-Mobile Park.

Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners
Mar 28, 2019123456789RHE
Boston (1-0)0002000305111
Seattle (1-2)000000000030
W: Chris Sale (1-0) L: Marco Gonzales (0-1)
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
A. Benintendi, LF500000.000
D. Pedroia, 2B410012.000
J. Martinez, DH502000.400
M. Betts, RF421000.250
S. Pearce, 1B422200.500
X. Bogaerts, SS402001.500
R. Devers, 3B301111.333
J. Bradley Jr., CF401201.250
C. Vazquez, C402000.500
TOTALS37511525
BATTING
2B: J. Martinez (1)
RBI: R. Devers (1), J. Bradley Jr. 2 (2), S. Pearce 2 (2)
GIDP: C. Vazquez
BASERUNNING
SB: M. Betts (1)
FIELDING
E: X. Bogaerts (1)
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
C. Sale (W, 1-0)9.03000150.00
TOTALS9.0300015
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Smith, CF401001.286
M. Haniger, RF400001.385
D. Santana, LF400003.154
E. Encarnacion, 1B400001.167
D. Vogelbach, DH400003.308
R. Healy, 3B301002.333
T. Beckham, SS300002.364
O. Narvaez, C100001.111
T. Murphy, PH-C100000.000
D. Gordon, 2B301001.273
TOTALS31030015
BATTING
2B: D. Gordon (1)
HBP: O. Narvaez
BASERUNNING
SB: M. Smith (1)
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
M. Gonzales (L, 1-1)7.0933142.77
C. Gearrin0.21221027.00
Z. Rosscup0.2100000.00
B. Brennan0.2000010.00
TOTALS9.0115525



Other Scores

Orioles 0, Yankees 6
Mets 5, Nationals 2
Cardinals 0, Brewers 1
Braves 2, Phillies 4
Tigers 0, Blue Jays 5
Astros 3, Rays 4
Cubs 2, Rangers 6
Angels 7, Athletics 2
Indians 7, Twins 5
Rockies 2, Marlins 8
Pirates 1, Reds 0
Diamondbacks 1, Dodgers 0
Giants 3, Padres 2
White Sox 11, Royals 8
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH





glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 04-18-2019, 02:47 PM   #5
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Mariners Stage Epic Comeback to Walk Off Red Sox



Seattle - The Seattle Mariners overcame another shaky start by rookie Yusei Kikuchi, who again was not helped out be errors behind him, and chased early. However the Mariners battled, and got to starter David Price, with Ryon Healy's three run homer getting the Mariners back in the game after being down 7-1. The M's bullpen was then able to lock down the potent Red Sox lineup, and in the ninth inning the Mariners were able to get to Red Sox closer Matt Barnes. Domingo Santana ultimately drove in the winning run with a two run single, and the Mariner crowd was able to leave happy with an 8-7 win.

Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners
Mar 29, 2019123456789RHE
Boston (1-1)4000300007150
Seattle (2-2)0010041028102
W: Chasen Bradford (1-0) L: Matt Barnes (0-1)
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
A. Benintendi, LF512000.200
D. Pedroia, 2B511001.111
J. Martinez, DH311022.375
M. Betts, RF522101.333
S. Pearce, 1B512200.444
X. Bogaerts, SS401100.375
R. Devers, 3B413101.571
J. Bradley Jr., CF401001.250
C. Vazquez, C402201.500
TOTALS39715727
BATTING
2B: S. Pearce 2 (2)
RBI: M. Betts (1), X. Bogaerts (1), R. Devers (2), C. Vazquez 2 (2), S. Pearce 2 (4)
GIDP: M. Betts, D. Pedroia
BASERUNNING
CS: J. Martinez (1), X. Bogaerts (1)
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
D. Price6.0666189.00
B. Workman (H, 1)1.0100000.00
T. Thornburg (H, 1)1.0000030.00
M. Barnes (BS, 1)(L, 0-1)0.23220027.00
TOTALS8.21088111
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Smith, CF522201.316
M. Haniger, RF501101.333
D. Santana, LF502102.222
E. Encarnacion, 1B411102.187
D. Vogelbach, DH311011.313
R. Healy, 3B411302.313
T. Beckham, SS401002.333
D. Moore, PR010000.000
O. Narvaez, C310000.083
D. Gordon, 2B411000.267
TOTALS378108111
BATTING
2B: D. Gordon (2)
HR: R. Healy (1), M. Smith (1)
RBI: M. Haniger (1), D. Santana (2), E. Encarnacion (7), R. Healy 3 (4), M. Smith 2 (2)
HBP: O. Narvaez
BASERUNNING
SB: M. Smith (2)
FIELDING
E: R. Healy (1), D. Gordon (1)
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
Y. Kikuchi4.21276149.72
C. Sadzeck1.1300104.91
D. Altavilla2.0000020.00
C. Bradford1.0000010.00
TOTALS9.0157627



T-Mobile Park™
Attendance: 35,224 (73% capacity)
Weather: 41 Degrees, Rain (Roof closed)
No Wind
Time: 4:09

Umpires: HP: Ricky Holliday, 1B: Darryl Parker, 2B: Matthew Ross, 3B: Dave Lawrence


Other Scores

Tigers 2, Blue Jays 5
Astros 3, Rays 0
Rockies 4, Marlins 5
Cardinals 3, Brewers 7
Angels 9, Athletics 6
Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers 6
Giants 4, Padres 1
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH






Last edited by glenzariczny; 04-18-2019 at 03:00 PM.
glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisements - Register to remove
Old 04-18-2019, 07:00 PM   #6
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Mariners Win Record Breaking Marathon



Seattle - The clock had turned from Saturday to Sunday. Wade LeBlanc, who was supposed to be getting the start later this afternoon had just finished up five innings of relief work, and the Red Sox and Mariners still couldn't figure out how to push a run across after 23 innings. "I thought it was never going to end." said shortstop Tim Beckham, who ultimately scored the winning run. "Dave came up to Alex and I after one of those innings, after midnight, and asked us how much longer we wanted to go." Said Scott Servais after the longest scoreless game in Major League history. "We have a ball game tomorrow, well actually this afternoon, so that kind of played into things. If we hadn't have scored there I don't know if we would've kept going." Luckily for everyone involved Tim Beckham ripped a double to begin the 25th frame, and Dee Gordon was able to get a bunt down to move him over to 3rd with one out. Then Mallex Smith came to the plate. Smith became the first player since Cesar Gutierrez, of the Detroit Tigers in 1970 to record seven hits in a game, and Red Sox reliever Hector Velazquez apparently didn't want to see him get number 8 as a wild pitch went bouncing away from catcher Blake Swihart, and at 12:32 am Sunday morning, Tim Beckham slid across the plate with the winning run. "Never in my life have I seen anything like that, at any level." said Servais "Now if you don't mind I'm gonna cut this short and try to get some sleep, we've got a game in a few hours." As far as that game there is no word on who will be pitching later on today. Scheduled starter Wade LeBlanc ended up pitching, and the entire bullpen was gone through in this one, so there will no doubt be some roster moves before tomorrow's er.... today's game. First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 pm.

Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners
Mar 30, 2019171819202122232425RHE
Boston (1-2)0000000000160
Seattle (3-2)0000000011162
W: Dan Altavilla (1-0) L: Hector Velazquez (0-1)
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
E. Nuñez, 3B1102001.182
D. Pedroia, 2B1002011.158
J. Martinez, DH1002013.278
S. Pearce, 1B901011.278
X. Bogaerts, SS1003002.333
A. Benintendi, LF1001002.150
J. Bradley Jr., CF1001003.167
M. Moreland, RF500012.000
Devers, PR000000.571
Holt, RF400001.000
Swihart, C1004001.400
TOTALS890160417
BATTING
2B: J. Bradley Jr. (1), D. Pedroia (1)
GIDP: J. Bradley Jr., E. Nuñez (1), S Pearce (1)
BASERUNNING
SB: X. Boagaerts (1)
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
R. Porcello8.0400230.00
H. Hembree2.0100010.00
C. Brewer2.0200030.00
B. Workman2.0300010.00
R. Brasier2.0100120.00
T. Thornburg3.0200050.00
M. Barnes2.0100136.75
H. Velazquez (L, 0-1)3.1211032.70
TOTALS24.11611421
PITCHING
WP: C. Brewer (1), H. Velazquez (1)
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
M. Smith, CF1007010.448
M. Haniger, RF800023.231
D. Santana, LF900013.148
J. Bruce, 1B1001003.182
D. Vogelbach, DH1002002.269
R. Healy, 3B1002003.269
O. Narvaez, C501000.118
Moore, PR000000.000
Murphy, C500002.000
Beckham, SS1012004.280
Gordon, 2B901001.208
TOTALS861160421
BATTING
2B: J. Bruce (1), T. Beckham (1), D. Vogelbach (1)
SAC: D. Gordon
GIDP: M. Haniger, D. Santana
BASERUNNING
SB: M. Smith 2 (4), D. Moore (1)
CS: M. Smith (1)
FIELDING
E: J. Bruce (1), R. Healy (2)
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
M. Leake7.0700050.00
C. Gearrin0.20001013.50
A. Swarzak1.1000010.00
B. Brennan2.1000010.00
R. Elias2.2100000.00
Z. Rosscup1.0000100.00
C. Sadzeck3.0200142.70
W. LeBlanc5.0400150.00
D. Altavilla (W, 1-0)2.0200010.00
TOTALS25.01600417



T-Mobile Park™
Attendance: 37,115 (77% capacity)
Weather: 29 degrees, Rain (roof closed)
No Wind
Time: 6:22

Umpires: HP: Dave Lawrence, 1B: Ricky Holliday, 2B: Darryl Parker, 3B: Matthew Ross


Other Scores

Orioles 0, Yankees 4
Mets 3, Nationals 4
Indians 5, Twins 7
Pirates 6, Reds 2
White Sox 3, Royals 2
Tigers 4, Blue Jays 5
Braves 1, Phillies 10
Astros 6, Rays 4
Rockies 5, Marlins 6
Cardinals 12, Brewers 11
Cubs 14, Rangers 2
Giants 4, Padres 2
Angels 5, Athletics 3
Diamondbacks 4, Dodgers 10
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH






Last edited by glenzariczny; 04-18-2019 at 09:41 PM.
glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 04-18-2019, 10:16 PM   #7
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise

Mariners Slug Way to Series Win Over Defending Champs



Seattle - The Mariners crushed three home runs, and Daniel Vogelbach drove in two RBIs with a pair of doubles to support the Mariners patch-work pitching staff in their 6-4 win Sunday afternoon. Just hours after the Marathon the night before came to a close, The Mariners called up rookie Erik Swanson to make his Major League debut, after they had to use Wade LeBlanc in the extra innings affair the night before. Swanson was more than up to the task, going 7.0 innings to help save the Mariners ravaged bullpen, while only giving up one earned run. "It was everything I hoped it would be" said the young rookie after the game. Swanson knows his time in the bigs will be short lived. As he'll most likely be headed back to Tacoma tomorrow to get ready for their season that kicks off this Thursday, but for now he's just soaking in the moment. Seattle also made another move before the game calling up reliever Matt Festa from Tacoma, and sending down Brandon Brennan, as they needed fresh arms in the pen to get through this one. Festa ended up grabbing his first career save after Anthony Swarzak got into trouble with three walks in the 9th inning. Seattle now will get some much needed rest before they're back in action tomorrow night. It will be the first King's Court of the season when Felix Hernandez (8-14, 5.55 ERA) faces off with the much maligned Matt Harvey (7-9, 4.94 ERA). First pitch from T-Mobile Park will be at 7:10 pm.

Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners
Mar 31, 2019123456789RHE
Boston (1-3)000100021470
Seattle (4-2)01311000X690
W: Erik Swanson (1-0) L: Eduardo Rodriguez (0-1) S: Matt Festa (1)
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
E. Nuñez, 3B300020.143
D. Pedroia, 2B511000.167
J. Martinez, DH400000.227
M. Moreland, RF312110.250
X. Bogaerts, SS300011.286
A. Benintendi, LF413200.250
S. Pearce, 1B300010.238
R. Devers, PR000000.571
J. Bradley Jr., CF200021.150
B. Swihart, C311101.385
TOTALS3047473
BATTING
2B: A. Benintendi (1)
HR: A. Benintendi (1), B. Swihart (1)
RBI: A. Benintendi 2 (2), M. Moreland (1), B. Swihart (1)
HBP: J. Martinez
SAC: B. Swihart
GIDP: X. Bogaerts, D. Pedroia
BASERUNNING
CS: J. Bradley Jr. (1)
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
E. Rodriguez (L, 0-1)4.06665313.50
H. Velazquez2.0200001.69
H. Hembree2.0100010.00
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHBIBBSOAVG
D. Gordon, 2B400000.179
M. Haniger, CF311111.241
D. Santana, LF200022.138
E. Encarnacion, 1B421000.200
D. Vogelbach, DH312210.310
T. Beckham, SS412200.310
J. Bruce, RF412100.267
O. Narvaez, C301011.150
D. Moore, 3B400000.000
TOTALS3169654
BATTING
2B: J. Bruce (2), D. Vogelbach 2 (3)
HR: M. Haniger (1), J. Bruce (1), T. Beckham (1)
RBI: M. Haniger (2), J. Bruce (2), T. Beckham 2 (2), D. Vogelbach 2 (4)
GIDP: D. Gordon
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOERA
E. Swanson (W, 1-0)7.0311431.29
C. Bradford1.0322006.00
A. Swarzak (H, 1)0.1111305.40
M. Festa (S, 1)0.2000000.00
TOTALS9.074473



T-Mobile Park™
Attendance: 35,367 (74% capacity)
Weather: 56 degrees, Cloudy
Wind: 8.7 mph, Blowing across from RF to LF
Time: 2:37

Umpires: HP: Matthew Ross, 1B: Dave Lawrence, 2B: Ricky Holliday, 3B: Darryl Parker


Other Scores

Orioles 15, Yankees 8
Tigers 3, Blue Jays 0
Astros 8, Rays 6
Rockies 7, Marlins 2
Pirates 5, Reds 4
Mets 0, Nationals 6
Indians 8, Twins 0
Cardinals 4, Brewers 0
White Sox 5, Royals 4
Cubs 6, Rangers 5
Angels 4, Athletics 8
Diamondbacks 3, Dodgers 8
Giants 4, Padres 1
Braves 11, Phillies 4
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH






Last edited by glenzariczny; 04-19-2019 at 01:01 PM.
glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 04-19-2019, 01:39 PM   #8
MVP
 
glenzariczny's Arena
 
OVR: 2
Join Date: Apr 2011
Blog Entries: 446
Re: True to the Blue | Mariners Show '19 Franchise


Brewers scrambling after losing NL MVP

Milwaukee - The Milwaukee Brewers had high hopes of building on their season a year ago that saw them winning the NL Central, and taking the Dodgers all seven games before eventually falling in the NLCS. Those hopes can still materialize, but they'll have to do so without the reigning MVP. Christian Yelich will be on the IL for an extended time after fouling a ball off his foot in the opener, suffering a fracture in the process. Right now the time table is 6-8 weeks for Yelich. A significant blow for the Brewers this early in the year, as they'll need to tread water until his return.

MLB Standings - Updated: Apr 1, 2019
AL EASTWLGBRSRA
Toronto Blue Jays31-159
New York Yankees210.51815
Baltimore Orioles121.51518
Tampa Bay Rays132.01420
Boston Red Sox132.01615
AL CENTRALWLGBRSRA
Chicago White Sox30-1914
Cleveland Indians211.02012
Minnesota Twins122.01220
Detroit Tigers132.5915
Kansas City Royals033.01419
AL WESTWLGBRSRA
Seattle Mariners42-2728
Los Angeles Angels31-2519
Houston Astros31-2014
Texas Rangers121.51322
Oakland Athletics242.03137
NL EASTWLGBRSRA
Miami Marlins31-2118
Philadelphia Phillies210.51814
Washington Nationals210.5128
New York Mets121.5812
Atlanta Braves121.51418
NL CENTRALWLGBRSRA
Pittsburgh Pirates30-126
Chicago Cubs211.02213
Milwaukee Brewers221.51919
St. Louis Cardinals221.51919
Cincinnati Reds033.0612
NL WESTWLGBRSRA
San Francisco Giants40-156
Los Angeles Dodgers311.02413
Arizona Diamondbacks133.01324
Colorado Rockies133.01821
San Diego Padres044.0615


MLB League Leaders - Updated: Apr 1, 2019
Batting AverageAVGHitsH
1. Richie Martin - BAL.5711. Mallex Smith - SEA13
2. Kendrys Morales - OAK.5562. Marcus Semien - OAK11
3. Aaron Judge - NYY.5453. Kendrys Morales - OAK10
4. Aaron Hicks - NYY.5004. Daniel Vogelbach - SEA9
5. Aledmys Diaz - HOU.4675. Tim Beckham - SEA9
Home RunsHRRuns Batted InRBI
1. Khris Davis - OAK31. Mike Trout - LAA8
2. Ten tied w/22. Edwin Encarnacion - SEA7
3. 3. Matt Chapman - OAK6
4. 4. Yolmer Sanchez - CWS6
5. 5. Aaron Hicks - NYY6
Runs ScoredRStolen BasesSB
1. Edwin Encarnacion - SEA61. Mallex Smith - SEA4
2. Five tied w/52. Thirty-Three tied w/1
3. 3.
4. 4.
5. 5.
On Base Plus SluggingOPSWins Above ReplacementWAR
1. Aaron Hicks - NYY1.8451. Kendrys Morales - OAK0.8
2. Nelson Cruz - MIN1.7202. Mallex Smith - SEA0.6
3. Kendrys Morales - OAK1.6243. Mike Trout - LAA0.6
4. Mike Trout - LAA1.5564. Aaron Hicks - NYY0.5
5. Freddy Galvis - TOR1.5005. Nelson Cruz - MIN0.4


MLB League Leaders - Updated: Apr 1, 2019
Earned Run AverageERAWinsW
1. Fifteen tied w/0.001. Twenty-Seven tied w/1
2. 2.
3. 3.
4. 4.
5. 5.
SavesSVStrikeoutsK
1. Nate Jones - CWS31. Chris Sale - BOS15
2. Roberto Osuna - HOU22. Carlos Carrasco - CLE11
3. Cody Allen - LAA23. Gerrit Cole - HOU10
4. Ken Giles - TOR24. James Paxton - NYY10
5. Six tied w/15. Carlos Rodon - CWS10
Innings PitchedIPWalks + Hits / InningWHIP
1. Marco Gonzales - SEA13.01. Chris Sale - BOS0.33
2. Marco Estrada - OAK9.22. Mike Minor - TEX0.50
3. Marcus Stroman - TOR9.03. Tyler Thornburg - BOS0.50
4. Chris Sale - BOS9.04. Heath Hembree - BOS0.50
5. Matt Moore - DET9.05. Matt Moore - DET0.56
Wins Above ReplacementWAR
1. Chris Sale - BOS0.61.
2. Carlos Carrasco - CLE0.42.
3. Marcus Stroman - TOR0.43.
4. Marco Gonzales - SEA0.44.
5. James Paxton - NYY0.35.


MLB League Leaders - Updated: Apr 1, 2019
Batting AverageAVGHitsH
1. Justin Turner - LAD.6431. Justin Turner - LAD9
2. Curtis Granderson - MIA.6152. David Peralta - ARI8
3. Josh Donaldson - ATL.5453. Curtis Granderson - MIA8
4. Maikel Franco - PHI.5004. Manny Machado - SD7
5. Tucker Burnhart - CIN.5005. Ten tied w/6
Home RunsHRRuns Batted InRBI
1. Jung Ho Kang - PIT31. Garrett Hampson - COL6
2. Seven tied w/22. Evan Longoria - SF6
3. 3. Yadier Molina - STL6
4. 4. Max Muncy - LAD6
5. 5. Neil Walker - MIA6
Runs ScoredRStolen BasesSB
1. Matt Carpenter - STL51. Brandon Nimmo - NYM2
2. Curtis Granderson - MIA52. Starling Marte - PIT2
3. Max Muncy - LAD53. Hernan Perez - MIL2
4. Corey Seager - LAD54. Seventeen tied w/1
5. Eight tied w/45.
On Base Plus SluggingOPSWins Above ReplacementWAR
1. Justin Turner - LAD1.8301. Justin Turner - LAD0.7
2. Curtis Granderson - MIA1.7792. Curtis Granderson - MIA0.6
3. Wilson Contreras - CHC1.6553. Ian Desmond - COL0.4
4. Josh Donaldson - ATL1.5714. Josh Donaldson - ATL0.4
5. Jung Ho Kang - PIT1.5505. Jung Ho Kang - PIT0.4


MLB League Leaders - Updated: Apr 1, 2019
Earned Run AverageERAWinsW
1. Fifteen tied w/0.001. Thirty tied w/1
2. 2.
3. 3.
4. 4.
5. 5.
SavesSVStrikeoutsK
1. Will Smith - SF41. Patrick Corbin - WAS14
2. Andrew Miller - STL22. Five tied w/9
3. Felipe Vazquez - PIT23.
4. Eight tied w/14.
5. 5.
Innings PitchedIPWalks + Hits / InningWHIP
1. Patrick Corbin - WAS9.01. Jameson Tallion - PIT0.25
2. Jameson Taillon - PIT8.02. Keone Kela - PIT0.33
3. Luis Castillo - CIN8.03. Kyle Freeland - COL0.33
4. Noah Syndergaard - NYM8.04. John Gant - STL0.53
5. Brandon Woodruff - ATL8.05. Patrick Corbin - WAS0.56
Wins Above ReplacementWAR
1. Patrick Corbin - WAS0.51.
2. Adam Wainwright - STL0.32.
3. Jake Arrieta - PHI0.33.
4. Noah Syndergaard - NYM0.34.
5. Walker Buehler - LAD0.35.
__________________
NFL: Seattle Seahawks
MLB: Seattle Mariners
NBA: Seattle Supersonics (R.I.P. 1967-2008); Miami Heat
MLS: Seattle Sounders FC
EPL: Manchester City FC
NHL: Dallas Stars

Seattle Mariners Franchise: http://goo.gl/prl4EH





glenzariczny is offline  
Reply With Quote
Reply


« Previous Thread | Next Thread »

« Operation Sports Forums > Dynasty Headquarters > Baseball Dynasties »


Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off



All times are GMT -4. The time now is 01:11 PM.

Top -