I got the fever for some more Twich!
"do the mariners have anyone who can hit their weight?....... period."
Saunders is doing OK for a CF. He leads all their position players both with a .271 AVG and a .796 OPS. As a comparision, the Cardinals have 9 players with a higher OPS than that. Unfortunately, 4 of them are on the DL. Yes, Schumaker would lead the Mariners in OPS. The Cardinals need him or Jay back in CF (preferably Jay).
Seager's not bad as a 24-year-old sophomore at 3B with a .260 AVG and .780 OPS.
Ichiro is about washed up batting .259 at 38 years old.
Montero and Ackley are still really young and are having sophomore slumps.
Ryan 2-3 last night 2 rbis in a 2 run win over the giants.
hes a machine!
Gold glove on the way.
SEATTLE -- Brendan Ryan had been waiting for this for a long time. Much like his entire Mariners team, Seattle's shortstop felt like his offensive game had been on ice before finally warming up in a 7-4 victory over the Giants on Saturday at Safeco Field.
Ryan's two-run single in the sixth inning ended an 0-for-18 slump of his own and helped push the Mariners over the top as they snapped a six-game losing streak during which they'd totaled just 13 runs.
"I'm going to be the greediest person in the show. I'll take every single one of them," Ryan said after he finished the night 2-for-3 with a bloop single in the eighth that raised his batting average to .165. "I'm glad the bat stayed in one piece because I'll be using it again tomorrow.
.300 here we come
Sniffing out a clue from Scooby Doo
it is ineveitable!
he is going on a 25 game hitting streak!
Need Skip in CF.
Greene is 7 for his last 18 and playing good D.
Twitch and.green both have 14 rbis..
The dude was worn out.
Plus he was safe.
3 rbi homerun! Tweech beech!
The Ryan lovers will crow about his three run homer that he hit tonight. Good for him. Someone give him a cookie.
But they will fail to point out what he did with the glove today. He had an error in the third and the runner later scored that inning.
In addition to that, he failed to turn a double play the half inning after he hit the homer. Instead of the inning being over, the D-Backs scored two more runs to tie the game.
When someone asks who is the best defensive SS in the AL, the answer better be Alcides Escobar.
that scenario sounds Theriot-like