The Seattle Mariners continue to be an exciting team against them, beating the Red Sox in a 7-6 victory.

Let us put off all our deceit, and all our pride. The Seattle Mariners won the game against the Boston Red Sox, beating them seven games in a row. The Seattle Mariners won the game when they fell back not once, not twice, but three different times. He won the game by dropping six times in eight games, while dropping three times at home. They were down, to the end, their last hit, and they still won against the red hot Boston Red Sox, beating them 7-6.

You can call it Chaos Ball. You can call it grit, or not. Sing whatever you want, I call it fun baseball. This 2022 Mariners team wears its heart on its arm, similar to their fandom. I am not different from this either. I have been a lifelong lover for up to 30 years, and I can honestly say with all my heart, that from head to toe this is the most exciting group of Mariners I have ever seen.

Photo courtesy of Abbie Parr / Getty Images

This group has been fun, all year long, even often lost. One of their major weaknesses has been that their various components work together harmoniously. Let’s go through tonight’s games one by one with different stages, starting with the singing. A native of Seattle was 24-year-old rookie George Kirby. Last night was not his biggest out of the seven he has started so far, nor was it the worst. Over five innings were set to run five, three of them scored, in six games. He left two trips home. He struck four, and walked only one.

Baseball Savant

One of Kirby’s biggest things is his rule, and looking at his chart from last night, shows you he had a place to change. Often its broken parts are left hanging in the air. He got into trouble for the first time in the first inning after hitting the head of Trevor Story he managed to get the error of JP Crawford, who ran well on the floor and could not play. Two hours later Rafael Devers heard a rushing ball that caught a huge bowl on the wall to put the Red Sox in a hurry.

Xander Bogaerts then hit the next to get to the start, but with one. But the Boston strikers used a small ball, as well as Kirby’s indifference to the runners, causing Xander Bogaerts to steal again, reaching third in Alex Verdugo’s game, and scoring a Christian Vázquez single. Sadly, Kirby also allowed Vázquez to steal the second half, but it was in vain when Franchy Cordero left to end the inning.

Kirby was the subject of a call for the next three years. He hit two in the second and conceded just one, and in the third and fourth innings he faced a small victory and won every fight. In the fifth season he allowed his only move for the game, and was immediately punished for it when JD Martinez started the home run, putting the Mariners back again in the game. But I said the game, and the team was fun? Kirby may have built up his season to run legally for five years, but he struggled again. He threw sixty-nine of the ninety-nine yards to strike. It’s exactly what you want to see from a young person who is making his or her first season. After tonight, they still have a 20.1 K-BB% good, mainly due to 2.6% movement, which is good for the second best league among at least thirty pitchers. His WHIP reaches 1.14. This is not just fun, it is what Managers need from him. Here are his four beats a night.

After Kirby left the game, the bullpen did everything he could to keep the Mariners in the game. Penn Murfee continued to excel, hitting two and allowing the runners to do his job. New face Ryan Borucki faced at least seven innings, allowing Story to be one, but promoting two games to end the inning. Diego Castillo then put in an eighth inning and continued his recent reliability with a 1-2-3 inning plus causing the Bogaerts to hit on the worst-hit market ball that tore inside. Paul Sewald came on in the ninth and was able to make Vázquez fall to the ground and beat Cordero, but he left a single drop in the middle of the crossbar against Bobby Dalbec who hit home to put the Red Sox. for the third time in a row.

Much was made because of Winker’s suspicious defense, but it was a good thing for him and he was able to get gloves on the ball, never to return it with him. It was all he could get and Sewald finished the top half of the innning by taking Jackie Bradley Jr. producing dizziness.

Enter, Sailors Offense. The Red Sox would not have been able to advance three different times if Seattle had not fought and responded. They fought right away in the first inning. First Ty France made a mistake, then Rookie of the Year rival Julio Rodríguez moved France to second place. When JP Crawford opted for the right field, expanding his strike to six games, the foundation was filled with one. Now, for many baseball teams, this could be a development opportunity. For the Mariners, there is something about one, the origin of which has been killing kryptonite.

Unfortunately for Seattle, the Chaos Ball was not lined up, but it looked ready to play. Eugenio Suárez came off the bat, and the pitch that gave him the full count was pointless, scoring France and advancing Julio and JP to third and second, respectively. After Eugenio’s departure, Adam Frazier decided to start playing with the RBI single, and all of a sudden the Mariners only followed one. Red Sox founder Michael Wacha managed to stop the bleeding, and completed the injection by getting Abraham Toro out, and Taylor Trammell out.

Then the Mariners hit in the second round. Jesse Winker sang on the line to the right field, his own hit at night, but it contributed to what came next. The two hitters behind it were the undisputed, as well as the undisputed comedian, Julio Rodríguez. Wacha dropped the running ball in the area, and Julio hit it with a double blow.

After tonight’s game Julio is now tied with RoY opponent Jeremy Peña in wRC + at 123. If JRod continues his run, things will be a lot more fun coming voting time. Now, I mentioned the Red Sox going forward a few times, and by the time the Mariners found out they were up, five to four times M after the fifth Kirby snaf. But Mariners? They just went back. The heart of the system had its role to play, but trust me when I say that the heart of the team is everywhere on that list. He strikes as one; wins or fails to be one. In the end, the heroes of tonight’s game did not come from the heart of the system, but from the bottom.

Unfortunately I have seen some serious doubts about Abraham Toro recently in the comments and articles. On the other side of me I understand, he has been streaky, and recently his stripes are cooler than it is hot. Fortunately for all of us, Toro has no eyes for enemies, and instead has eyes to fight. First, he assisted with the RBI twice in the seventh, scoring JP Crawford and building the game. It was an inch away to run home.

I already mentioned the home disaster that Sewald provided on top of the ninth inning that gave the Red Sox their third lead last night, and Toro, must have taken it upon himself. When ATOB (Abraham Toro, Our Beloved) ties the game, expecting it to be tied, at least. From the heart of the system ahead, Julio had settled in, JP Crawford pulled the trigger, Eugenio Suárez picked up, and Frazier stepped out. Runners were first and second, and there were two exits. Toro started at bat 0-2. The Mariners were under what would have been the final, as well as their final hit. No doubt Toro even has eyes. He redesigned it to read again, and then after Hansel Robles stopped making changes at the top of the zone, he did this.

Now, a constructive game as we all know, not a winning game, but it saved lives. Luckily M didn’t want to just build, they wanted Moore. Dylan Moore, that is, the one who hit Taylor Trammell earlier in the game. DMo, who saw Toro’s way of starting the 0-2 bat, decided to test himself. In the third pitch, midfielder, Moore hit right to the left of the winning game, the RBI single.

It was a victory that the Mariners needed to overcome a losing streak against the Red Sox. One that they need to keep in mind is the chance to continue their success on the life list. The success of the fans in T-Mobile Park, and wherever there are Mariners fans, should know that the team and a fun team, a team to watch, a team to have fight. I have already said this year and I will repeat it now. These no of the same old Mariners. I do not make any promises for the postseason. I will not think about the ups and downs of this season. But I know in my heart, that maybe he foolishly refuses to fall in love with the gang, that if he continues to fight even half as hard as he did last night, it will be a dangerous climb worth going with. We should love these guys.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.