Results tagged ‘ Seattle Mariners ’
|Seattle Mariners at Houston Astros
Saturday, May 3, 2014 – Minute Maid Park (1:10 pm PT/3:10 pm CT)
|Seattle Mariners (12-15)||Houston Astros (10-19)|
|55||Michael Saunders (L)||CF||27||Jose Altuve||2B|
|7||Stefen Romero||RF||21||Dexter Fowler (S)||CF|
|22||Robinson Cano (L)||2B||15||Jason Castro (L)||C|
|27||Corey Hart||DH||30||Matt Dominguez||3B|
|15||Kyle Seager (L)||3B||18||Marc Krauss (L)||1B|
|17||Justin Smoak (S)||1B||23||Chris Carter||DH|
|16||Cole Gillespie||LF||8||Alex Presley (L)||RF|
|5||Brad Miller (L)||SS||9||Marwin Gonzalez||LF|
|3||Mike Zunino||C||6||Jonathan Villar (S)||SS|
|Starting Pitcher||Starting Pitcher|
|18||Hisashi Iwakuma (‘14 debut)||RHP||60||Dallas Keuchel (2-1, 3.56)||LHP|
|Mariners Record Breakdown|
Game #28: Seattle Mariners (12-15) vs. Houston Astros (10-19) | 3:10 pm CT/1:10 pm PT | Minute Maid Park
Pitching Match-Ups: RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (1st 2014 GS) vs. LHP Dallas Keuchel (2-1, 3.56)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Game Information: Mariners | Astros | Mariners-Astros History
Robinson Cano had a very eventful Monday, his first day back in New York since joining the Seattle Mariners.
First, he appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where in addition to a sit-down interview, they taped a bit in Bryant Park in which unsuspecting Yankee fans booed a cardboard cutout of Cano before realizing that Cano was in fact standing behind it.
After taping the Tonight Show, Cano went straight to the MLB Fan Cave, where he was the featured guest and executive producer for this week’s “Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave” on MTV2 (airing tonight at 11pm ET/PT). In addition to an interview with Sway, Cano showed off his dance moves with Melanie Iglesias.
The episode also features a segment shot earlier this month in Seattle, in which Cano learns to throw fish at the famed Pike Place Market: http://atmlb.com/1iw3GVy
The entire region is covered in blue on the final Friday before Super Bowl Sunday, and Safeco Field is no different. Our front office is dressed from top to bottom in Hawks gear in support of our neighbors next door.
Go Hawks! Bring home the Lombardi Trophy!
We’re just a few weeks away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training (February 12) and the Hot Stove League continues to heat up. Mike Zunino will join tonight’s show along with Kevin Mather, the new Mariners President and COO beginning February 1st. Third base coach John Stearns and former Mariners pitcher Mark Langston are also scheduled to join Rick Rizzs, Dave Valle and Shannon Drayer.
It should be a great show so be sure to tune in from 7-9 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle or stream the show for free online here.
It’s the annual Select-A-Seat Weekend, and here’s how it works. All seats that are available for season tickets are color-coded (red for full season, blue for weekend, yellow for half-season and white for business plans). Once you find a spot you like, stop by the Select-A-Seat headquarters at Edgar’s Home Run Porch (Main Concourse) or near Sec. 128 (Main Concourse) to speak to a Mariners season ticket representative.
Seats available for 16 Game Plans have tags and information about the plan options that are available at each location. Just take the tag with you to the Select-A-Seat HQ.
Speaking of tickets, there will be a special FanFest presale of Opening Night tickets this weekend. From 10am Saturday until 11:59 pm Monday, you can buy tickets to the Mariners home opener against the Los Angeles Angels on April 8th. Tickets will be available online at mariners.com/tickets, at the Safeco Field Box Office and at Mariners Team Stores (downtown Seattle, Bellevue Square, Southecenter and Alderwood Mall). After the presale, Opening Night tickets will once again be available on March 8 when all single game tickets go on sale to the public.
For everything you need to know about Select-A-Seat, click here.
It’s another great lineup for tonight’s Hot Stove League. New Mariners Manager Lloyd McClendon will join the show for two segments and the always entertaining Brad Miller will catch you up on his offseason. Plus, hear from new Mariners pitching coach Rick Waits, new Tacoma News Tribune beat writer Bob Dutton, and Mandy Lincoln of the Mariners Marketing department will tell you everything you need to know about this weekend’s FanFest.
Tune in from 7 to 9 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle or listen for free online here.
We’ve got a great list of guests scheduled to join Rick Rizzs, Dan Wilson and Shannon Drayer on the Hot Stove League show tonight. Hear from Nick Franklin and Aaron Goldsmith as they continue their Mariners Caravan Winter Tour in Eastern Washington (public appearance schedule). New first base coach Andy Van Slyke and MLB.com reporter Greg Johns are also scheduled to join the show.
Tune in from 7-9 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle or stream for free online here.
The fog rolled in and stuck around for a cool photo this morning.
New manager Lloyd McClendon has been a busy man these past few days (check out a #MeetMac Day recap here), but he was able to spend about 30 minutes answering questions from Mariners fans on Twitter this morning.
Here is a roundup of the conversation: