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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Easter symbolizes the freedom to choose eternal life
Topic - Lloyd Mcclendon
Things were already unraveling in the sixth inning for the Texas Rangers before the overturned call that gave Seattle yet another run.
While manager Lloyd McClendon is no fan of the transfer rule, he certainly has no problem challenging the application of it to get the Seattle Mariners a run.
With most of the Seattle rotation on the disabled list, it was often-injured veteran Chris Young who provided a stabilizing element Sunday.
Another well-pitched game for the Oakland Athletics came with a price.
The chance was there in the first inning for Seattle to take advantage of Oakland's Sonny Gray, with the middle of the Mariners order coming to the plate.
Blake Beavan will be recalled from the minors to make the start on Tuesday when the Seattle Mariners play in Texas against the Rangers.
Roenis Elias made one mistake in the second start of his major league career.
Corey Hart saw everyone around him contributing something to the Seattle Mariners' strong start. After a lackluster spring and sluggish first week, he desperately wanted to be a part of it.
The biggest offseason investment ever made by the Seattle Mariners is finally going to make his debut at home.
Lloyd McClendon routinely speaks of a Mariners culture change, of "commitment, accountability and responsibility."
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon walked toward shortstop and his right foot sunk some two inches, causing him to turn his right ankle. That was minor, yet everybody involved in the postponed game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics on Friday night feared the worst if they had tried to play on a rain-soaked field.
Right-hander Dominic Leone, a top pitching prospect in the Mariners organization, was called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Friday for his first stint in the majors.
Robinson Cano was just the start. The Seattle Mariners didn't stop with one major splash in trying to catch up with the best in the AL West.
Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes hit his first home run of spring training, but the Seattle Mariners rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to beat a split-squad of Athletics on Sunday.
Robinson Cano had two more hits and Erasmo Ramirez pitched four-hit ball for six innings, enhancing his chances of earning a spot in the Mariners' rotation and helping Seattle beat the Chicago Cubs 3-0.
"We didn't do too good," McClendon said. "I mean (Ross') cutter was working pretty good and we probably went outside the zone. Probably the first night where I was probably a little disappointed in our approach a little bit."
"Probably the first night where I was probably a little disappointed in our approach a little bit," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "I thought we should have done better."