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Topic - Lloyd Mcclendon
The Detroit Tigers and reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer are in a bit of a slump.
Mariners rookie Roenis Elias has flashed signs of brilliance in the first two months of his major league career.
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney usually gets the job done. He never makes it look easy, though.
Hisashi Iwakuma threw the entire collection. Fastballs, sliders, cutters, splitters. They all were delivered to Detroit's Victor Martinez during one memorable at-bat.
Robinson Cano is out of his second straight game for the Seattle Mariners with a hand contusion.
Even in the middle of his best outing this season and coming within one out of his first complete game since August 2012, Felix Hernandez took notice of the stadium radar gun flashing numbers in the mid-90s when his fastball cracked the glove.
In a matchup of starting pitchers who didn't have their best stuff, it was Seattle Mariners left-hander Roenis Elias who came up short.
Chris Young and Robinson Cano arrived in Seattle with fanfare at opposite ends of the spectrum. Seattle couldn't celebrate the arrival of Cano enough. Young was a last-second addition plucked at the end of spring training.
Brandon Maurer had "one of those nights" in the Seattle Mariners' 9-4 loss to the Houston Astros on Saturday night.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon is tired of making excuses for his offense.
A four-game losing streak and a slumping offense isn't worrying Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon.
Lloyd McClendon didn't want to get into a long explanation for the reasons behind his ejection, partly out of concern for his checkbook.
Hisashi Iwakuma pitched eight innings of shutout ball.
Yordano Ventura made mistakes and the Seattle Mariners capitalized on them.
Jason Vargas, once a solid starter in the Seattle Mariners' rotation, did not give his former team much to hit in helping the Kansas City Royals to a 6-1 victory Friday night.
"We had them on the ropes a little bit but they had us on the ropes, too," said first-year Seattle skipper Lloyd McClendon, whose club opened with a 4-2 road trip. "They had good at-bats, made good pitches and kept grinding."
"Any time you come back off a road trip with a winning record, regardless of how you got there, it's successful," McClendon said.