Tonight, the Mariners take on Drew Smyly and the rest of the Tigers in their last game of the homestand. Tomorrow, they’ll have an off-day before traveling to New York for a 10-game road trip. Here’s the latest from the Seattle blogosphere:
Identifying The Least Intimidating Batter In Baseball — I’ll give you one guess.
Painting the Black — R.J. Anderson gives a pitch-by-pitch analysis of Jesus Montero’s first appearance against Tampa Bay’s Matt Moore.
Game 32, Tigers at Mariners — I know it looks like a game thread, but Dave Cameron has a bit of reassurance to dish out when it comes to the Mariners’ 5th starter, Kevin Millwood.
Figgins Benched, Ackley Assumes His Rightful Position At Leadoff — Just hours after I wrote this about Chone Figgins, Wedge made the decision to officially deem him a utility player. The relief was short-lived, though; only one start later, Brendan Ryan was moved up to No. 2.
Four Great Reasons To Watch Mariners Baseball — If you read anything this week, read this. We can always use more reminders of the upside of Mariners baseball.
What have you read this week? Share it with us in the comments!