Mariners Gameday Info – March 29 at Indians

ST Game Info

Spring #30: Seattle Mariners (15-12-2) at Cleveland Indians (13-12-3) | 6:05 pm | Goodyear Ballpark
Starting Pitchers: RHP Taijuan Walker (1-2, 6.88) vs. RHP Josh Tomlin (0-0, 7.15)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle will broadcast today’s game…also available via mariners.com
TV: None
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data

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Zoning in on Leonys Martin

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Zoning in on the 2016 Mariners is a daily series in which we’ll examine one player every day, 30 total, in the lead-up to Opening Day. We’ll explain their role on the field, what they’re like off of it and provide highlights and photos. On deck tomorrow: Hisashi Iwakuma.

Starting the day he took over as general manager of the Mariners, Jerry Dipoto made clear his intentions to improve the team’s athleticism and put together a club more fit to play in the confines of Safeco Field. That plan became reality in a big way when he acquired Leonys Martin in a trade with the Rangers.

“With Leonys Martin, we get one of the premier defensive center fielders in baseball. He’s been among the best in the league over the past three years,” Dipoto said at the time of the trade.

His manager, Scott Servais, echoed those thoughts, underscoring how strategy became reality in bringing in the skilled glove man.

“With how we want to build our team, that’s a key acquisition for us,” Servais said in speaking with Greg Johns of Mariners.com. “We’re going for athleticism and defense, especially in the outfield, and he rates at the top of the list in all the defensive metrics and can really throw. If you look at how our pitching is lined up, we’ve got some fly-ball pitchers, which plays to our advantage at Safeco Field. It kind of all comes together.”

To lay it all out, the metrics do indeed back up Martin as one of the game’s very best center fielders. Over the past three seasons, he ranks second in defensive runs saved for center fielders according to Fangraphs, behind only the Mets’ Juan Lagares. In both UZR and defensive WAR, he’s fourth over that same span, clearly in the upper echelon.

But one area where he really separates himself is with the arm. Over the past three seasons, no outfielder in baseball, whether in center or a corner, has contributed as much value with his arm as Martin. Eric Blankenship of Lookout Landing ran the numbers and found Leonys’ is one of the best of all time. Last year, he had an outfield assist clocked at 99.5 miles per hour.

While the Mariners are excited to have Martin roaming Safeco Field’s expanses, Martin’s equally excited to be here.

“I love Safeco Field. I have to say thank you, God, that it’s going to be my home ballpark. I love everything about it. The fans. The clubhouse. The ballpark. The city. I love Seattle. I’m going to love playing there.”

Off the Field

When we first had the opportunity to sit down with Leonys Martin at Spring Training, during interviews for MarinersVision, he said one of his dreams is to meet Ken Griffey Jr. Well, sometimes dreams come true.

Martin is a native of Cuba and he says when he’s not playing baseball, he enjoys fishing. And judging by his Instagram, he’s pretty good at it.

Leonys fishing

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Mariners Spring Training Update – Day 39

Monday, March 28, 2016 / 7 Days ’til Opening Day (April 4 at Texas Rangers)

MARINERS VS. ROYALS RECAP

The Mariners won their 5th straight game, their longest spring winning streak since a 10-game streak in 2013, en route to a 6-4 Cactus League win over the Kansas City Royals, before a crowd of 6,097 on Monday afternoon at Peoria Stadium.

Seattle fell behind 3-0 after three innings, but got the game close in the bottom half of the fourth inning. Nelson Cruz led off with a deep home run to left-center field, his fourth of the spring, and the Mariners manufactured an unearned run, capped off by an RBI single by Leonys Martin to drop the deficit to one.

Robinson Canó, who hit three home runs yesterday, hit his 7th home run of the spring to tie things up at 4-4 in the 5th inning, before Seattle took the lead on a bases loaded single to left field by Ketel Marte.

After the Royals tied the game in the 6th, second baseman Brock Hebert hit an opposite field, two-out, two-run home run to right field that scored Chris Iannetta (who walked) with the deciding runs.

Nathan Karns, who was named the Mariners fifth starter this morning, tossed 6.0 effective innings while striking out five and allowing no walks. He allowed four total runs, but only two were earned. The right-hander tossed a personal spring-high in innings this afternoon and his strikeout total was his second-best this spring.

Relievers Joaquin Benoit (7th), Vidal Nuño (8th) and Joel Peralta (9th) each tossed a shutout inning as they allowed just one hit over the final three frames. Benoit was credited with his first win of the spring, and Peralta with his first save.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Nathan Karns strikes out Alex Gordon looking for the first out in the top of the 1st inning

Nelson Cruz smacks a solo shot to left field, cutting the Mariners’ deficit to 3-1 in the bottom of the 4th inning

Leonys Martin hits an RBI single to right field, scoring Chris Iannetta in the bottom of the 4th inning

Ketel Marte hits an RBI single to left field, giving the Mariners a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 5th inning

Leon Landry makes an outstanding diving catch in center field to rob Clint Barmes of a hit in the top of the 7th inning

CACTUS LEAGUE REPORT
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The Cactus League Report will be live from 6-8 pm (AZ time) tonight from the Salty Señorita in Peoria. Tune in to 710 ESPN in the Seattle area tonight at 7:00 p.m. PT as hosts Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Sims, Mike Blowers and Shannon Drayer visit with Wade Miley, Joel Peralta, Shawn O’Malley and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre.

MARINERS ROSTER MOVES
Mariners Executive Vice President and General Manager Jerry Dipoto announced a series of roster moves today. James Paxton, Chris Taylor and Stefen Romero were optioned to AAA Tacoma. Jesus Montero was claimed off waivers by Toronto.

REMEMBERING VICTOR SANCHEZ

Victor Sanchez

Felix Hernandez sits next to Victor Sanchez’s jersey prior to a Spring Training game last season. (credit: Augusto Cardenas)

One year ago today, the Mariners lost a member of the family when Venezuelan prospect Victor Sanchez passed away. Sanchez was just 20 years old.

Mayckol Guaipe is honoring Sanchez, his friend and former teammate, by wearing Sanchez’s number 48 this season. Read more from MLB.com’s Greg Johns.

(Victor Sánchez- MINI8) solo horas de que te fuiste al cielo a Descansar en paz 8:43 pm del 2015!!! el tiempo a pasado rápido!! Siempre recordando Día a Día esos momentos compartidos de alegría ,felicidad ,tristeza y amarguras !! A Pesar de la distancia Siempre estás presente mi hermano🙌🏽 Y estas palabras : Siempre salimos a lanzar para Ganar y ser El mejor !! #48 ✌🏽️ (Victor Sanchez -MINI8) Only hours away of being one year since you left us to go to heaven on March 28th, 2015 at 8:43 PM. Time goes by so fast, but I always remember all the good times we had, the happy, sad, and difficult moments. Although you are not with us anymore, you will always be present my brother🙌🏽. These words: Pitching to win and to be the best! #48⚾️✌🏽

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DANNY, DAVE & MOORE ARRIVE IN CAMP

710 ESPN Seattle’s Danny O’Neil, Dave Wyman and Jim Moore arrived at Spring Training camp today and will broadcast their show live from Peoria this week. Stay tuned over the coming days to hear from Nelson Cruz, Steve Cishek, Nathan Karns and other Mariners.

Mariners Gameday Info – March 28 vs. Royals

ST Game InfoSpring #29: Kansas City Royals (12-17) at Seattle Mariners (14-12-2) | 1:10 pm | Peoria Stadium
Starting Pitchers: RHP Kris Medlen (1-1, 6.57) vs. RHP Nathan Karns (1-1, 6.75)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle will broadcast today’s game…also available via mariners.com
TV: ROOT Sports
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data

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Zoning in on Ketel Marte

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Zoning in on the 2016 Mariners is a daily series in which we’ll examine one player every day, 30 total, in the lead-up to Opening Day. We’ll explain their role on the field, what they’re like off of it and provide highlights and photos. On deck tomorrow: Leonys Martin.

Ketel Marte was one of the most exciting players on the 2015 Mariners. The performance was good, definitely, but there was just something about the way he went about playing the game.

“I really like what I’ve seen and heard the guys in the office talk about Ketel Marte,” manager Scott Servais said heading into Spring Training. “Ketel plays with a lot of confidence. He’s got a little swag; that’s a good thing. I think you need to have that when you walk on the field.”

He had plenty of reason to play with confidence last year, with the output he had in 57 games following a call-up right at the trade deadline last year. Over the span of 257 plate appearances, he put up a .283/.351/.402 line and scored 25 runs while batting mostly towards the top of the lineup.

In terms of on-base ability, that .351 mark was the fourth-best ever for a Mariners rookie. It was also in the top 10, at eighth overall, for rookies last year—given a minimum 240 plate appearances. In other control-the-zone type metrics, Marte was also in the top 10 among rookies in walk rate (8th) and making contact when he swings (9th).

But last year is last year, and now it’s all about what 2016 holds. That was the message from a teammate, one who was as excited as Servais by what he saw in Marte—that being Marte’s partner on the other side of the second-base bag, Robinson Cano.

“I loved what I saw from him,” Cano told Greg Johns of Mariners.com. “But I told him he needs to go home and say, ‘Yeah, I did good in my first year in the big leagues, but the second one is the toughest one because now people have high expectations. You have to go home and keep working on your speed. I don’t care if you want to hit 30 homers. Your job is to get on base for us and when you do that, get on base and steal bases, people are going to talk more about you than if you just hit homers.'”

Going back to the skipper, Cano’s idea for Marte’s role fits in well with Servais’ vision for how the Mariners will play in 2016.

“To win those games late, it’s not usually a home run or double off the wall,’’ Servais said. “It’s getting a leadoff guy on, getting him over, creating some havoc.”

Marte has the potential to do just that.

Off the Field

As Marte’s drawn praise from Cano because of what he’s done on the field, the two have also built up a relationship off of it as well, going back to this time last year, when Cano was showing Marte the ropes—and even had him cut his hair.

“Just having him be from the Dominican Republic and being an All-Star and being around him,” Marte said of Cano in speaking with Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times this time last year. “I take his advice and try to soak up as much as I can from him.”

“I get stuff from him on the field,” Marte said. “If he sees me doing something wrong, he’ll correct me and he’ll tell me, ‘You should do it this way.’ But off the field, he’s told me how you should act in big-league camp … how you should do everything. That’s been a big help.”

 

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Mariners Spring Training Update – Day 38

Sunday, March 27, 2016 / 8 Days ’til Opening Day (April 4 at Texas Rangers)

MARINERS AT CUBS RECAP

Cubs SignRobinson Canó went 4-for-4 with 4 runs scored, 3 home runs, 7 RBI and 1 walk as the Seattle Mariners defeated the Chicago Cubs, 12-9, before a crowd of 15,438 on Sunday afternoon at Sloan Park. James Paxton picked up the win to improve to 2-1 this spring.

Canó extended his hitting streak to seven games and is now batting .478 (11×23) with 6 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 4 home runs and 11 RBI during the streak.

For the 6th consecutive game, the Mariners scored in the first inning. After Ketel Marte singled to right field with one out, Canó belted a no-doubt home run to right field to give the Mariners a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the first, Chicago cut the Mariners lead in half on Dexter Fowler’s solo home run to right field.

Seattle erupted to score 5 runs with two outs in the top of the second. Dae-Ho Lee singled before Luis Sardiñas and Norichika Aoki drew back-to-back walks. Marte drove in a pair of runs with a double, and Canó drilled a three-run home run to left field to extend the Mariners advantage to 7-1.

The Cubs got five runs back in the bottom of the third on a two-run home run from Jason Heyward and a three-run homer off the bat of Addison Russell. Chicago evened the score at 7-7 in the bottom of the fourth on a Kris Bryant RBI single.

Seattle regained the lead, 9-7, in the top of the fifth as Seth Smith lined a two-run double down the right-field line, extending his hitting streak to 7 games. The Mariners added a run in the top of the sixth on a run-scoring single from Adam Lind.

Canó capped a stellar day at the plate with a two-run home run – his third of the game and sixth of the spring – to center field in the top of the eighth, extending the Mariners lead to 12-7.

The Cubs plated a run in the eighth and a run in the ninth for the final tally of 12-9 in favor of Seattle.

In his 5th start in Cactus League play, Paxton went 4.0 innings, allowing 7 runs on 9 hits while walking 3. Donn Roach worked 2.0 scoreless innings and struck out 2. Joel Peralta tossed a 1-2-3 bottom of the seventh, striking out 2.

Marte went 2-for-4 with 3 runs scored, 1 double, 2 RBI and 1 walk to extend his hitting streak to 6 games. Marte has now scored at least two runs in each of his last four games.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Robinson Cano connects for a two-run homer to right-center off Jason Hammel to give the Mariners an early 2-0 lead

Robinson Cano smashes an opposite-field three-run shot off Jason Hammel in the 2nd, his second home run of the game

Robinson Cano smashes a two-run shot to center off Trevor Cahill to tally his third home run of the game

Adam Lind lines a single to right to knock in Luis Sardinas and push the Mariners’ lead to three runs in the 6th inning

Ketel Marte bloops a double down the left-field line to drive in Dae-Ho Lee and Luis Sardinas and push the Mariners’ lead to three

Seth Smith doubles down the right-field line to plate Robinson Cano and Franklin Gutierrez and give the Mariners a 9-7 lead

 

HOW MANY HOME RUNS?

If you watched the Mariners game on MLB.tv, or read the above recap, you know that Robinson Cano hit three home runs today. During the regular season, a Mariners player has hit at least three home runs in a game 12 times, including Mike Cameron’s MLB record-tying four-homer game in 2002.

3 homers

 

ROWLAND-SMITH & GOLD-SMITH

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Former Mariners left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith joined Aaron Goldsmith on the radio broadcast this afternoon. Ryan will be with the broadcast crew for the next four days adding some color commentary to the game on the radio. Ryan was signed as an amateur free agent out of Australia in 2000 and pitched in four seasons with the Mariners (2007-10) and has his best season in 2008 when he was 5-3 with a 3.42 ERA in 118.1 innings in 47 games including 12 starts.

 

BEES!…OR INSECTS.

During the Mariners game against the Cubs today, there was a delay in the early part of the game. With Seattle batting, the game came to a halt when Cubs center fielder Jason Heyward began jogging away from his position, trying to swat the insects (or bees) away from him. Eventually the game resumed…let’s hope they don’t return.

 

ROSTER MOVES

Dipoto on Roster Moves

The Mariners made a series of roster moves today as the club trims its roster as it works towards getting down to the Opening Day 25-man roster. Below are today’s transactions.

Optioned to AAA Tacoma (2):
Right-Handed Pitcher Joe Wieland
Infielder Shawn O’Malley

Re-Assigned to Minor League Camp (2):
Right-Handed Pitcher Casey Coleman
Right-Handed Pitcher Justin De Fratus

Added to Major League 40-Man Roster (1):
Infielder Dae-Ho Lee

 

 

Mariners Gameday Info – March 27 at Cubs

ST Game InfoSpring #28: Seattle Mariners (13-12-2) at Chicago Cubs (8-16-1) | 1:05 pm | Sloan Park
Starting Pitchers: LHP James Paxton (1-1, 9.00) vs. RHP Jason Hammel (2-0, 1.20)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle will broadcast today’s game…also available via mariners.com
TV: None
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data

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Zoning in on Chris Iannetta

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Zoning in on the 2016 Mariners is a daily series in which we’ll examine one player every day, 30 total, in the lead-up to Opening Day. We’ll explain their role on the field, what they’re like off of it and provide highlights and photos. On deck tomorrow: Ketel Marte.

Chris Iannetta and Jerry Dipoto go way back. When the Mariners signed Iannetta away from the Angels, where Dipoto also had just come from, that link was what first came to mind for many, but there was one before that—going back to when Dipoto was head of the scouting department for the Colorado Rockies.

“I’ve seen him play since he was a first-year minor league player, and I’ve always thought a lot of his skillset—it’s a very distinct skill-set,” Dipoto said at the time of Iannetta’s acquisition.

“He brings us a veteran bat with an idea when he gets in the box. This is a .350 career on-base guy who knows how to drive a long at-bat.”

He’s a .351 career on-base guy, to be precise. In terms of a skill the Mariners have been looking to build on in a significant way, that being controlling the strike zone, Iannetta is as good as any Mariners catcher we’ve seen.

In fact, only two times in Mariners history have they had a catcher exceed Iannetta’s .351 career OBP in a season, given a minimum 350 plate appearances—John Jaso’s .394 in 2012 and Dave Valle’s .354 in 1993.

Even last year, a down year for Iannetta, he still displayed the same batting eye that’s made him who he is, as he was fifth-best in baseball at not chasing pitches outside the strike zone.

“Even relative to a rough year for batting average, the other numbers all stacked up,” Dipoto said. “As a result, I think Chris is a good candidate for a bounce-back year offensively.”

It isn’t all offense for Iannetta either. He’s always proven more than capable at the fundamental skills of being a catcher, but in terms of one of the more en vogue talents, he’s improved himself in a big way—that being pitch framing.

Pitch framing, sometimes called “pitch presentation,” is the act of doing what you can as a catcher to make sure pitches that are strikes are called strikes, and maybe picking up a few extra strikes on close calls, too.

According to Statcorner, which ranks catchers on their framing ability, Iannetta was below average in 2014, actually 88th among Major League catchers at value contributed (or in his case, detracted) from framing. In 2015, after deliberately working on the skill, he took a huge leap, to fifth-best.

“I really worked on it in the offseason and watched a lot of video of guys that did it well and tried to emulate some of those things,” he recently told Greg Johns of Mariners.com.

“We always work on our receiving,” he said. “But the way the game is kind of scored now, we get held accountable for framing, and it’s a huge part of what we do from a numbers standpoint, and teams and front offices are starting to look at it.”

Off the Field

Iannetta is a big guitar player and, in the past, it’s been part of his pregame routine. Last year, he had the opportunity to meet someone we’ve had around Safeco Field quite a bit, Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready.

By the sounds of it, it looks like his hobby may be coming with him on the road this season.

Iannetta also owns a winery with former teammate Vernon Wells. It’s JACK Winery in Napa, California.

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Mariners Spring Training Update – Day 37

Saturday, March 26, 2016 / 9 Days ’til Opening Day (April 4 at Texas Rangers)

MARINERS VS. DODGERS RECAP

Kyle Seager went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, a triple and 2 runs batted in, Seth Smith was 2-for-3 with a solo homer and Ketel Marte was 2-for-3 with a double, an inside-the-park home run and 2 runs scored as the Seattle Mariners defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-6 in front of 10,644 fans at Peoria Stadium in Cactus League play Saturday.

Wade Miley started and worked 6.0 innings. He allowed two runs on four hits in the first inning, but settled in to limit the Dodgers to just one run on four hits over the next five innings, and left with a 4-3 lead. Tony Zych allowed a solo homer in his inning of work, but was credited with the win (1-0) when Seattle scored in the 7th. Mike Montgomery worked a 1-2-3 8th inning, and Steve Cishek battled his way to a save (#1), allowing two runs but stranding the go-ahead run on base in the 9th.

Seattle scored a pair of runs in the first, as Marte led off the game with a double and Seager followed with a triple. Seager scored on a Smith RBI single.

The Mariners added single runs in the fifth (Marte’s inside-the-park homer) and sixth (Smith solo homer, a blast to the berm in right field). The team tacked on a pair of runs in the seventh to take a 6-4 lead, as Seager’s two-RBI double scored pinch-runner Daniel Robertson and Tyler Smith, who had singled. Seattle closed out the scoring with an un-earned run in the eighth inning, then survived a pair Dodgers runs in the ninth.

The Mariners (13-12-2) return to Cactus League play tomorrow (Sunday, March 27) at 1:05 pm as they visit the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park in Mesa. Left-hander James Paxton is scheduled to face Cubs right-hander Jason Hammel. The game will be broadcast in the Seattle area on 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network.

MARINERS VS. DODGERS HIGHLIGHTS

Kuma Bears Down in AAA Game
Kuma-MiLB GameHisashi Iwakuma
made his second-to-last start of the spring pitching today in a minor league (AAA) game on the lower fields. He worked six innings, allowing just two earned runs on six hits while striking out six. The make-shift infield playing behind him committed four errors in his six innings of work, leading to a total of five runs being scored. Iwakuma tossed 81 pitches, including 56 strikes, and said afterward that he felt ready for the season.

Big Mac in the House
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A camp visitor today was former Mariners right-hander Mac Suzuki. Mac came by to say hello to old friends, including Sr. Athletic Trainer Rick Griffin. While he was here, he caught of few innings of the AAA Game in which Hisashi Iwakuma was pitching. Mac was the first Japanese-born pitcher to appear in the American League when he debuted with Seattle in 1996. (He was the third Japanese pitcher, overall, behind Masanori Murakami (SF) and Hideo Nomo (LAD). Suzuki now spends most of his time in his hometown of Kobe, Japan, and works as a commentator on televised baseball games.

MLB Network Radio Visit, Part 2


After visiting with manager Scott Servais, as well as Felix Hernandez, Robinson Canó, Nelson Cruz and Steve Cishek, on Wednesday, Casey Stern and Jim Duquette from MLB Network Radio spent more time in Mariners camp this morning. Stern and Duquette chatted today with general manager Jerry Dipoto, Leonys Martín, Taijuan Walker and others.

As Heard on ROOT Sports


As ROOT Sports televises a record-tying 16 Cactus League games this spring, several Mariners have stopped by to chat with Dave Sims, Mike Blowers, Rick Rizzs and Aaron Goldsmith. Leonys Martín and Tony Zych talked with Sims and Blowers after exiting today’s game vs. the Dodgers. The next game to be televised on ROOT Sports will be when the Mariners host Kansas City on Monday, March 28 at 1:10 p.m.

Wade Miley and ‘K Cancer’
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Mariners left-hander Wade Miley volunteered to support the ‘K Cancer’ initiative and took part in a photo shoot at the Peoria Sports Complex this morning.

 

Mariners Gameday Info – March 26 vs. Dodgers

ST Game Info

Spring #27: Los Angeles Dodgers (11-10-3) vs. Seattle Mariners (12-12-2) | 1:10 pm | Peoria Stadium
Starting Pitchers: LHP Scott Kazmir (0-1, 9.39) vs. LHP Wade Miley (0-1, 5.40)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle will broadcast today’s game…also available live via mariners.com
TV: ROOT Sports
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data

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