erik lundegaard

Seattle Mariners: 30th No More

Going to the M's game today with Tim, and it's not just the sunny weather that's got me in a good mood.

Here are the M's OBP/SLG/OPS splits, along with their OPS MLB rank (1-30), since 2010:

  • 2010: .298/ .339/ .637 (30th)
  • 2011: .292/ .348/ .640 (30th)
  • 2012: .296/ .369/ .665 (30th)
  • 2013: .310/ .401/ .711 (18th)

That sound you hear in Seattle isn't just Macklemore recording on top of Dick's; it's runs being scored. It's an exhale. It's climbing out of a deep, deep hole.

UPDATE: Oops. The M's scattered six hits over nine innings and lost 4-0. When the opposition went ahead 2-0, the game seemed lost forever. Two runs? How could anyone ever manage that? Kendrys Morales hit a rocket double to the right-field corner with nobody out in the bottom of the 2nd but only managed to get to third because of a wild pitch. After that, five singles: one in the 3rd, one in the 7th, two in the eighth and one in the ninth. Just like old times.

Kyle Seagar, Raul Ibanez, lead M's charge

Kyle Seager leads the M's with a .292 average and .356 OBP; Raul Ibanez leads with 24 homeruns.


Posted at 11:30 AM on Sat. Jul 27, 2013 in category Seattle Mariners  
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