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If you can’t wait for the baseball season to get started, you’re not alone. With that in mind, our radio (710 ESPN Seattle) and television (ROOT Sports) partners have confirmed their programming plans for the Mariners offseason as well as Spring Training.
Here’s a handy list so you don’t miss a minute of the action.
HOT STOVE SHOW ON 710 ESPN SEATTLE (all live)
CACTUS LEAGUE REPORT ON 710 ESPN SEATTLE (all live)
Beginning January 4, ROOT SPORTS NW will carry “Mariners Mondays” from 7:00-10:00 pm. Each show will feature 2-3 of the best Mariners games from the 2015 season. A total of 12 shows through March 21.
Cactus League play is underway and, with that, our regular Tuesday night show makes its transition from the Hot Stove League to the Cactus League Report. Tonight’s two-hour program is hosted by Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith and Shannon Drayer, and we have quite the lineup in store. Tune in to hear from skipper Lloyd McClendon, catcher Mike Zunino, LHP Charlie Furbush, RHP Blake Beavan, OF James Jones, minor league catching coordinator and Mariners legend Dan Wilson, and MLB.com’s Greg Johns.
You can listen to tonight’s show from 7-9 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle or stream online on Mariners.com.
Cactus League Report:
The Cactus League Report makes its Salty Señorita debut tonight from 7-9 p.m. at the Peoria location. Rick Rizzs, Dave Sims and Shannon Drayer will host the 2-hour show, and fans in the Valley of the Sun are invited to attended the radio show and meet the hosts and guests. Scheduled guests include Tony Blengino, Robby Thompson, Forrest Snow, Danny Hultzen, Shawn Kelley, Kyle Seager and Larry Stone from the Seattle Times. Fans can listen to the show in Seattle on ESPN 710 Seattle from 7-9 PT, and here is a link to listen online via Mariners.com.
Tonight on Mariners Mondays at 8pm on ROOT SPORTS, the Mariners turn on the offense.
The program includes highlights of two games from last August, both featuring some timely hitting by Mike Carp.
First up, August 29, Mariners vs. Angels. The Mariners and Angels are tied in the 8th inning at 3-3. Dustin Ackley, who already had a couple of hits and RBI, lead off the inning with a double. Carp sent the first pitch he saw into the Hit It Here Cafe in right field for a two-run homer. Final score, Mariners over Angels 5-3.
Ichiro also had two doubles and extended his hitting streak to a season high 12-games.
Rookie Tom Wilhelmsen got the win with one inning of relief.
Highlights of the second game, August 31 (again against the Angels), again featured some late inning heroics by Carp.
The Angels held a 1-0 lead behind the outstanding pitching of Dan Haren. Felix Hernandez is also pitching well, but the offense is stalled. In the 8th inning (again), the Mariners rally with two outs when Franklin Gutierrez and Ackley hit back-to-back singles to end Haren’s night. Carp stepped up to the plate against reliever Scott Downs and drilled a two-run double to the base of the wall in left-center field.
Felix held the 2-1 lead, got the win and a complete game, his fifth of the season, and 18th of his career.
Next week on Mariners Mondays, Big Comebacks.