Mariners beat Rangers 6-2, win 14th in a row, draw attention


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Biographers disagree on Leopold Mozart’s qualities as a father, but they all agree on one thing: he was convinced that his son, Wolfgang Amadeus, was nothing short of proof of divinity. Convinced that his son was “a miracle God allowed to be born in Salzburg,” Leopold took his six-year-old son on a harrowing journey through Europe. And while the profit motive was no doubt also a factor in the decision, the authoritative Grove Dictionary says that his primary motivation was proselytism: “The recognition of this ‘miracle’ must have struck Leopold with the power of divine revelation, and he felt responsible for to be not only a father and teacher, but also a missionary.” Leopold seemed to feel that he owed it to his god to share with the world the wonder of Wolfgang’s talent.

Which brings me to Ty France. The Seattle sailors are stuck in a remote corner of the country, often playing games that start after most of the country goes to bed. It is difficult for a team or its players to draw attention to themselves. Sometimes, with the supernatural talent of Griffy, Ichiro, or Julio, they can still break through. But because it took an insatiable campaign for his fans to get Edgar elected to the Hall of Fame, the team and its supporters fought an absurd uphill battle to get Ty France into this year’s All-Star Game. But right before today’s game, it happened.

The rest of the world will see Ty France’s miracle of talent in Los Angeles on Tuesday. And today, in the fifth inning, he showed what that talent is like, throwing the ball 432 feet.

Zoot Alurs! Today it is the world of Ty France, and we all just live in it.

But Ty France is just one of many sailor marvels, many of which have been on display throughout this incredible streak of victories that continued this afternoon. Take Chris Flexen, for example. With Tuesday’s game ending in rain, Flex had to play Game 1 with a double header on Wednesday, meaning he had to take a short rest today. Knowing this, I spent some time last night thinking about how I would write about the end of the winning streak. I’m so stupid.

Today, Flex made an excellent 76 shots, but only ran into problems on the third. In the top half of the inning, Markus Semien and Corey Seeger played a double game, but they must have been munching on Tide Pods as pregame snacks because they ran all the way to the dugout before they were told it was only the first two. inning outs. But when the bottom half of the half finally arrived, it became clear why they were so eager to start it, and Semyon Homering and Seeger followed with a single. It gave Flex a hook, but 3.2 shot chances per run from the team’s worst starting player, working on short rest against a decent offense, is considered a miracle in my book.

The bullpen finished the game skillfully, including a particularly nasty sixth inning off Penn Murphy, striking out three and getting a whiff on three of his five sliders.

If there isn’t something divine behind this pitch, I don’t know what is. And the world is finally watching.

The defense also played its part, Winker was the first to catch the ball in the afternoon, and several balls were held right inside the Globe Life Field. The no-fly zone has expanded.

Today Ty France is an All-Star, but one day Cal Raleigh will be one too. Although he usually has Sunday off after Friday and Saturday games, Scott knew the offense needed him. And indeed, today he hit the ball at over 100 miles per hour three times, including the game-breaker.

The extra effort earns Cal the Beef Boy Sun Hat Award for Outstanding Contribution, his third place, making him a three-half lead. Mazeltov, Big Dump Truck. Looking at Sun Hat’s record book for the first half, it turns out that when it comes to erasing Ty France, I’m PART OF THE PROBLEM. So let me retroactively fix that and give France the trophy for their April 24th game against the Royals. In the end, he went three-for-five with a walk and a home run, taking him to seven RBIs on the series and inspiring this all-time player from Slervi in ​​the comments: “France and executed royals name the more iconic duo. ”

And can we be a little glad that the extra coverage that the winning streak brought to the team brought Sam Haggerty a little more love? Our Swaggy Ham was the quiet hero of this series. Okay, the home run in the park was pretty loud. But then he went on to steal third base in the 10th inning yesterday with a three-hit afternoon today. Once again, it was his base running that impressed him the most, as shown in this Julio Rodriguez flyball reading.

Note fluctuations in simply the right moment to make sure he could get back to first if the ball was caught, before turning on the nitrous oxide so hard that he almost overtook Frazier. And it’s worth mentioning that Julio’s double with two RBIs in the seventh inning put the game out of reach at 6-1 because, of course, that game had Julio’s main moment. Of course it did. Like Fernando Tatis Jr. and riding motorcycles, he can’t help himself. This is on top of leading the game from singles and hitting base for the second time in the series as the Rangers are clearly trying to give Corey Seeger the lead in tomorrow’s Home Run Derby. But you can’t keep Julio.

As Julio made the game out of reach, the Mariners won their 14th straight win. This magical run should be enough to get them into the national baseball media during the All-Star break. Did the sailors finally get attention? How divine.

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