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  • Mariners' Emerson Hancock: Mariners-Rockies postponed Friday

    Hancock and the Mariners will not play Friday after their contest against the Rockies was postponed due to inclement weather, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.

    The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Sunday. Hancock and Dakota Hudson had been slated to start Friday but will be pushed back at least one day to Saturday.

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  • Mariners' Cody Bolton: Breezes through one rehab inning

    Bolton (illness) fired a scoreless relief inning in Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Las Vegas on Thursday, issuing a walk and recording two strikeouts.

    Bolton jumped into game action for the first time since April 5 and was exceedingly sharp, firing 11 of his 14 pitches for strikes. The right-hander appears to be over his recent bout with kidney stones, and given his success Thursday, he could well be activated when first eligible Sunday as previously suggested by general manager Justin Hollander.

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  • Mariners' Collin Snider: Makes first rehab appearance

    Snider (knee) allowed an earned run on two hits over one inning in a relief appearance for Triple-A Tacoma against Las Vegas on Thursday. He struck out two.

    Snider landed 13 of 19 pitches for strikes in his first time on a mound since taking a comebacker to his left knee against the Brewers on April 7. He'll likely make one more rehab appearance before potentially being activated when first eligible Tuesday.

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  • Mariners' Bryce Miller: Dominant in win

    Miller (3-1) earned the win over the Reds on Wednesday, allowing one run on one hit and one walk over six innings while striking out seven.

    Miller was dominant Wednesday, doing much of the work with his four-seamer as he held the Reds to just one hit over six frames. The only run he allowed was a solo homer off the bat of Elly De La Cruz, the first home run he's given up over his last three starts. Miller has dazzled on the mound since taking the loss in his first start of the season and now holds a 0.47 ERA in April to go along with an 18:5 K:BB. Furthermore, the right-hander has now gone at least six innings in three consecutive starts, allowing no more than three hits in each of those outings.

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  • Mariners' Jonatan Clase: Records first big-league steal

    Clase went 1-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base and a run in a win over the Reds on Wednesday.

    The rookie continued to provide a much-needed spark to the underachieving Mariners offense in his third major-league start. Clase helped manufacture Seattle's fourth run of the game with the help of trademark speed he so often flashed during his minor-league career, drawing a seventh-inning walk, swiping second and then coming around to score on a Mitch Haniger single. Clase's strong early returns should further ensure he'll remain in a near everyday role while Dominic Canzone (shoulder) is on the shelf.

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  • Mariners' Josh Rojas: Delivers as pinch hitter Wednesday

    Rojas entered Wednesday's win over the Reds as a pinch hitter in the seventh inning and remained in the game at third base, going 1-for-2 with a solo home run.

    Rojas immediately delivered upon being inserted into the game to lead off the seventh, slugging a solo blast for his first home run of the season and extending the Mariners' lead to 3-1 at the time. The 29-year-old has now hit safely in five straight games, and with a .343 average and .896 OPS overall this year, he's clearly been one of the most productive hitters in a collection of mostly underachieving Seattle bats.

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  • Mariners' Cal Raleigh: Offensive catalyst in win

    Raleigh went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and two walks in a win over the Reds on Wednesday.

    Several Mariners hitters enjoyed solid offensive performances Wednesday, but Raleigh set the pace with his three trips on the basepaths. That included the backstop's co-team-high third homer of the season, which erased an early 1-0 deficit for Seattle in the second inning. Raleigh has now reached safely in five straight games, and a career-high 13.1 percent walk rate has helped him get to a .311 on-base percentage despite an uninspiring .208 average.

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  • Mariners' Mitch Garver: Slugs first homer

    Garver went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in a win over the Reds on Wednesday.

    Garver finally connected on his first round tripper of the season in the sixth inning, snapping a 1-1 tie with a 393-foot shot to left field off Andrew Abbott. The veteran's blast also served as his fourth extra-base hit overall (out of eight total hits), but he's still sporting an ugly .160/.283/.280 slash line through his first 60 plate appearances.

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  • Mariners' Sam Haggerty: Activated, optioned to Triple-A

    The Mariners reinstated Haggerty (medical procedure) from the 10-day injured list Wednesday and optioned him to Triple-A Tacoma.

    Haggerty opened the season on the shelf after he underwent an unspecified medical procedure at some point late in spring training. He was cleared to begin a rehab assignment with Tacoma on April 5 and will end up sticking around with the affiliate after going 6-for-21 with two stolen bases across six games. Haggerty should still be one of the top options for a call-up if the Mariners have a need for an extra bench bat down the road.

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  • Mariners' Luke Raley: Back to bench Wednesday

    Raley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Reds.

    The lefty-hitting Raley will head to the bench with southpaw Andrew Abbott on the hill for the Reds after going 2-for-10 with a triple and an RBI while starting in each of the past three games. Raley's opportunities to play against right-handed pitching look to be on the rise, but he's still not expected to be the primary replacement in left field for Dominic Canzone (shoulder), who was placed on the 10-day injured list earlier in the week. Instead, prospect Jonatan Clase is expected to get the first opportunity to fill in for Canzone.

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  • Mariners' Josh Rojas: On bench against lefty

    Rojas is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Reds.

    The lefty-hitting Rojas will make his way to the bench after starting each of the last three games while the Reds bring southpaw Andrew Abbott to the hill for the series finale. Platoon mate Luis Urias will check in for Rojas at third base.

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  • Mariners' J.P. Crawford: Gets first day off of season

    Crawford is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Reds.

    The Mariners are wrapping up their series against Cincinnati with a day game after a night game and a lefty (Andrew Abbott) is on the hill for the Reds, so Seattle skipper Scott Servais likely felt that it was an opportune time to give the lefty-hitting Crawford a day off. Crawford will cede shortstop to Dylan Moore while Julio Rodriguez replaces Crawford atop the batting order.

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  • Mariners' Jhonathan Diaz: Dominating at Tacoma

    Diaz has pitched to a 3-0 record, 0.38 ERA and 0.75 WHIP across 24 innings over his first four starts for Triple-A Tacoma.

    The 27-year-old southpaw has taken well to his new organization after signing a minor-league deal with the Mariners in January. Diaz has allowed just a single earned run for the Rainiers -- all the more impressive given the fact he's toiling in the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League. Diaz mustered a 2-1 record and 3.49 ERA across 28.1 innings during his first two big-league stints with the Angels in 2021 and 2022, but he had a rough seven-inning tenure with Los Angeles last season during which he posted a 10.29 ERA and 2.86 WHIP. Control has been a persistent issue during Diaz's brief big-league stays in the past, but his elite 27:1 K:BB thus far with Tacoma suggests he may be starting to turn a corner in that department.

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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Used before ninth inning Tuesday

    Munoz recorded his third hold in a win over the Reds on Tuesday, firing 1.1 scoreless innings during which he allowed a hit and a walk while recording three strikeouts.

    Munoz relieved Logan Gilbert with two outs in the seventh inning and a man on, and after issuing a walk to Elly De La Cruz, he surrendered a hit to Nick Martini but was bailed out when De La Cruz was thrown out at third base on a stellar outfield assist by Julio Rodriguez. Munoz was exponentially more effective in the eighth inning while recording swinging strikeouts against all three batters he faced to preserve Seattle's 3-1 lead, and he then saw Ryne Stanek entrusted with the ninth inning until Stanek worked himself into trouble and was bailed out by Tayler Saucedo. The Mariners' closer role therefore appears to be somewhat in flux, but Munoz has four straight scoreless appearances during which he's picked up his most recent save, a win and back-to-back holds.

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  • Mariners' J.P. Crawford: First multi-hit game of season

    Crawford went 2-for-5 with a run in a win over the Reds on Tuesday.

    Crawford's multi-hit effort was his first of the season -- a much-needed shot in the arm for his struggling bat. Crawford has now managed to reach safely in eight consecutive games, albeit while mustering just one extra-base hit in that sample. The veteran shortstop's slash line sits at a forgettable .171/.266/.257 across 79 plate appearances, but there aren't yet any discernible rumblings about a potential loss of playing time.

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  • Mariners' Jonatan Clase: Timely two-bagger Tuesday

    Clase went 1-for-4 with an RBI double in a win over the Reds on Tuesday.

    Clase, who was just called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday, opened the scoring on the night with a timely double in the fourth inning that plated Mitch Garver. It was the rookie's second hit and RBI in as many big-league games, as he'd also knocked in a run via a single in his debut Monday. Clase has drawn starts in left field in his first two games, and he's expected to continue in a near-everyday role while Dominic Canzone (shoulder) is on the injured list.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .213


Player Injury
B. Woo SP Bryan Woo SP Elbow
M. Brash RP Matt Brash RP Elbow
D. Canzone LF Dominic Canzone LF Shoulder
G. Santos RP Gregory Santos RP Lat
E. Bazardo RP Eduard Bazardo RP Shoulder

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