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Jon Paul Morosi is a national MLB writer for FOXSports.com. He previously covered baseball for the Detroit Free Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer . He began his journalism career at the Bay City Times in his native Michigan.
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David Murphy returns to the No. 2 hole in the lineup with a right-hander facing the Rangers.
Box W:J.Grimm L:J.Saunders S:J.Nathan HR: TEX- L.Berkman , J.Baker SEA- None Texas Top 1st - UMPIRES: Home,Cory Blaser; First, Jeff Nelson; Second, Ed Hickox; Third, Jim Joyce; - Elvis Andrus grounded out short to first.
The Seattle Mariners will option catcher Jesus Montero to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday, according to Ryan Divish of the Seattle News Tribune.
MARCH 04: Justin Smoak #17 of the Seattle Mariners his a single against the Cincinnati Reds during the second inning of the spring training game at Peoria Stadium on March 4, 2011 in Peoria, Arizona.
Matt Wieters hit a three-run homer to boost the Orioles to a 6-3 win over the Yankees, highlighting Wednesday night's play for Lowcountry players in pro baseball.
It wasn't a typo. On Friday night, Franklin Gutierrez was originally penciled in to be starting in right field for the Tacoma Rainiers in the second game of his rehab stint.
Maybe that's why Mike Trout was so excited hitting for the cycle in leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 12-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners Tuesday night at Angel Stadium.
While his prospect peers are struggling, Justin Smoak looks like he's finally seeing some improvement.
"Best game I've ever been a part of," Perez said. "It was the craziest, most fun ... obviously, it stunk to give up a home run, but it was still fun." Yan Gomes hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning as the Indians, revived by Seattle fielding errors in the final two innings, beat the Mariners 10-8 on Monday to complete a four-game sweep and ... (more)
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The Mariners were a popular pick to be a "surprise" team this season, which, frankly, kind of ruins the surprise in the event that the surprise even occurs.
The Angels are 17-27 on the year and sit in fourth place in the American League West, a long way away from the rivals they were supposed to battle atop the division.
So much of baseball writing, it seems to me, ends up being the act of finding new ways to say the same thing as before.