Once again, the M’s division rivals are making moves to improve their roster.
Hello everyone and happy Saturday! Let’s start off your weekend with some news from the world of baseball.
In Mariners news…
- Ryan Divish at The Seattle Times dropped his latest mailbag, answering questions about Seiya Suzuki, Dipoto’s offseason plans, and more.
Around the league…
- The Cleveland Guardians had their grand opening yesterday for their new name, but the team store quite literally fell apart during their big day.
- Well Noah, I’m not sure the situation you’re entering is much better.
“This is kind of a make or break time for me. I didn’t want to gamble on that kind of uncertainty that was going on with them”
Noah Syndergaard after he was asked if the Mets’ GM and managerial search impacted his free agency decision pic.twitter.com/qIzgRxwYXz
— SNY (@SNYtv) November 19, 2021
- After teasing it for a while, the Royals unveiled new uniforms that look…very similar to their last ones.
— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) November 19, 2021
- This former Mariners coach will be sticking around in the division for the next few years.
Rangers announce they’ve extended Chris Woodward through 2023 with a club option for 2024.
— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) November 19, 2021
- The A’s acquired right-handed pitcher Brent Honeywell from the Rays for cash considerations as Oakland will try to turn the youngster into the guy everyone once thought he could be.
- Top Diamondbacks prospect Kristian Robinson should be able to return to the baseball field soon after completing the community service obligations from his plea deal.
- A whole host of teams made 40-man moves to protect players from the upcoming Rule 5 draft. Check out MLBTR’s roundup of the activity.
- The Phillies agreed to a minor deal with the Astros, getting outfielder Garrett Stubbs to Philly.