Mariners dominate Tigers 7-0

Today, the Mariners came to the end of the road in this three-game set, completing the Tigers’ sweep with a 7-0 shutout victory. The pitching staff was Cruisin and the offense was Money.

Yesterday we saw Marco Gonzalez struggle a bit against the aggressive Tigers, being uncharacteristically lacking outside the zone, slowing the count and giving up hard contact.In today’s starter One Logan Gilbert instead took a fastball-heavy approach, essentially reducing his arsenal to two pitches: a fastball and a was all [He] had to get.

Gilbert whiffed the Tigers after a fastball 31% of the time, whiffed after a slider 60% (!) of the time, and occasionally smashed curveballs for fun. It looks like Chain Of Fools. His one of those hits was Javier Baez’s single on his hit hard in the first, and his other one was a weakly hit ground from Riley Green in the third on his ball on his single. did. Only three times did Gilbert face danger from these Tigers, with one walk that day to start the inning, heading for Tucker Barnhart. Green After his single he had two on and one out, Gilbert swinging Victor his Reyes and Taylor he Trammel (called up today as part of a roster expansion, hooray to Tay) sweet dives his made the catch and ended the inning.

And that’s it for Gilbert, who methodically dismantled the Tigers’ offense over the next three innings. He felt like the slider he had recently “tweaked” felt so good today, so he leaned heavily into it and said he was happy with his command of the zone. In the middle, he was able to hit a fastball past the Tigers hitters and get nine strikeouts.

Gilbert’s day was cut to just 89 pitches after six innings as the Mariners were building a huge lead at the time, with the bullpen resting and the Tigers’ offense doing nothing all game. All in all, I felt like I had completed a non-intrusive school assignment with just the right amount of effort. Logan and the rest of the bullpen’s Venus closed out the Tigers with three more innings. Matt Brach destroyed the Tigers with some nasty sliders, struck out two in the inning and almost seemed to apologize for it. Another MB in the ups and bullpen required all eight pitches to collect three ground ball outs. In these eight pitches of his, Boyd showcased a starter curveball, changeup, four-seam and two-seam arsenal. It will be really interesting to see how the team uses him going forward. Penn his Murphy hit Green on his second hit and Harold he allowed a small parachute on his shot from Castro’s bat, but was able to escape damage, allowing him to score his second hit that his emotion. proved to have maintained a shutout in response to

And while we’re awarding gold stars, there should be one in this catch that Sam Haggerty almost made with Blush on the mound:

Write this off as the day Sam Haggerty defeated Aaron Goldsmith. Reasons for being judged as NetAid are as follows.

—but on the bright side, this allowed Blush to come back and collect strikeouts, much to the delight of his family and friends who were in attendance (Canada is closer to Detroit, they say). [Journey voice] Born and raised in South Detroit, she had her family on board and they all won.But especially those fans who can’t help [Themselves] However, it surprises me that Spider-Sam, Spider-Sam, and Swaggyham are doing whatever they can.

The Mariners would have needed only one run to win the game today as the pitching staff threw a shutout. Eduardo Rodriguez gave up quickly. Tigers third baseman Candelario. One thing he can’t do for the Tigers is give the Mariners a free he baserunner and an extra his out. Eugenio Suárez immediately turned on Eduardo Rodriguez’s fastball to score Julio, betting the Mariners for an early lead for the second day in a row.The Tigers must have felt like they had a Ghost Inn [Their] House as the specter of yesterday’s game haunted right out of today’s gate on these early runs.

But even if one run was all the Mariners needed to win the day, that’s more than that. In the third inning Julio got back up again. Tired of all this talk about certain other Rookie of the Year candidates, I decided to remind everyone why he’s truly his ROY and not just a slapping Cleveland outfielder. :

Julio makes it look so easy. Second, Ty France is a responsible babysitter and should not leave his young reps alone. So Au Pair (credited to his mbmatt on Twitter) chased the rookie around the basepath with his own solo his shot.

Thailand France, My Cherie Amour. Again, all the Mariners need is a shutout. But they went ahead and added a few more runs. Unless JP takes at least one step and Sam, “all his OBP always” wouldn’t be a Mariners game. Haggerty turned the double into a single and set up Kurt Casali for his second hit as a Mariner, a big two-run double.

Ty “je suis fixed” Another RBI single from France pushed the lead to 6-0, and in the ninth, an eagle-eyed bases-loaded walk from Toro made it 7-0. It hurts little by little. To be specific, we can point out another eight of his runners left on base today. This is somewhat costly to do business with when you have a large number of runners. The Mariners, second and eighth (Haggerty and Casali are common in both innings). 500 in his 15 games this season, his ninth of the season, against a team that should have at least won the series, if not the sweep. and came to admire these Mariners. Bachman-Turner Overdrive may be a Canadian band (sources say they’re very close to Detroit anyway), but watching Mariners Takin’ Care of Business is satisfying wherever it happens. Thing.

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