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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Game #5 (3-1)
Peoria Stadium SEATTLE MARINERS (3-1) vs. TEXAS RANGERS (1-2) Home #4 (2-1)

TODAY’S GAME INFORMATION


Starting Pitchers: LH Marco Gonzales (13-9, 4.00 in 2018) vs. RH Adrian Sampson (0-3, 4.30 in 2018)
1:10 pm MT/12:10 pm PT • Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle (delayed) / Mariners.com (live) • TV: ROOT SPORTS NW
TODAY’S TILT…the Mariners continue their 43rd spring training with a Cactus League match-up
SPRING RECORD
today against the Texas Rangers at Peoria Stadium…today’s game is the 5th of a 23-game Cactus
Overall Record................................... 3-1 League schedule for the Mariners that will conclude March 22 vs. the Los Angeles Angels at Peoria
PEORIA STADIUM............................. 2-1
Home Record.................................... 2-1
Stadium…the Mariners will open the regular season with the 2019 Japan Opening Series, March
Road Record..................................... 1-0 20-21 against the Oakland Athletics at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan.
Current Streak................................... W2 UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHERS (subject to change)…
THE COUNTDOWN TODAY: Mariners vs. Rangers 1:10 pm/12:10 pm 710 ESPN Seattle #/ROOT Sports
22 days to Opening Day, 3/20 at OAK TEX — Sampson, Bird*, Farrell, Gardewine, Valdez, Tonkin, Curtis*
SEA — Gonzales*, Bradford, Gearrin, Rosscup*, Rumbelow, Anderson, Sánchez
UPCOMING SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY: Mariners at Indians 1:05 pm/12:05 pm 710 ESPN Seattle #
Feb. 27.............................. at Cleveland
SEA — Leake, Strickland, Brennan, Bautista, Festa, Garton, Tenuta*
Feb. 28........................ vs. Chicago-AL
March 1......................... vs. Milwaukee CLE — Plutko, Ramirez, Olson*, Rodriguez
March 2.......................... at Kansas City THURSDAY: Mariners vs. White Sox 1:10 pm/12:10 pm 710 ESPN Seattle/ROOT Sports
March 3.............................. vs. Arizona
CWS — Giolito, Colomé, Stephens, Guerrero*, Fry*, Thompson
Bold - Peoria Stadium
SEA — Hernández, Elías, Dunn, McKay, Leyer
CACTUS LEAGUE LEADERS * left-handed pitcher #delayed to 7:00 pm PT
IN HITS STARTING OFF WITH A BANG…in his first professional Spring Training game (Major League
Rk. Team Hits or minor league) yesterday vs. the Reds, Kyle Lewis went 2-for-3 with a home run and 2 RBI…
1. Seattle....................................... 40 Lewis missed the 2017 Spring Training while recovering from right knee surgery and was out for
2. Chicago-AL................................ 39
3. Kansas City................................ 37 2018 spring camp with a bone spur in his right knee…a 1st round draft pick (11th overall) in 2016,
4. Los Angeles-NL......................... 36 Lewis enters the 2019 season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 8 prospect in the Mariners
5. Chicago-NL............................... 33 organization (see full list at left).
BASEBALL AMERICA’S WHAT A RELIEF…Mariners relievers have combined to hold opponents scoreless in 16.0 of their
TOP-10 MARINERS last 17 innings pitched, dating back to 7th inning on Saturday vs. the Padres…overall, Mariners
PROSPECTS relievers have a 1.84 ERA (4 ER, 28.2 IP) in 4 Cactus League games this spring…a pair of Mariners
Rk. Name Position have tallied 4 strikeouts in relief outings: Dan Altavilla (2.0 IP) and Justus Sheffield (2.0 IP)…
1. Justus Sheffield.................... LHP Altavilla and Sheffield are tied for the Cactus League lead in strikeouts (also: Tristan Archer-MIL and
2. Yusei Kikuchi......................... LHP Manny Banuelos-CWS).
3. Jarred Kelenic........................... OF
4. Evan White.............................. INF NEW COACHES…the Mariners seven-man coaching staff features four new faces this season:
5. Julio Rodriguez......................... OF Pitching Coach Paul Davis (w/STL in ‘18), First Base/Infield Coach Perry Hill (w/MIA in ‘18), Hitting
6. Justin Dunn...........................RHP Coach Tim Laker (w/ARI in ‘18) and Major League Field Coordinator Jared Sandberg (w/TB in
7. Logan Gilbert..........................RHP
‘18)…three coaches return from last year’s staff: Bench Coach Manny Acta, Bullpen Coach Jim
8. Kyle Lewis............................... OF
9. Shed Long.............................. INF Brower (was Assistant Coach in 2018) and Third Base Coach Chris Prieto (was First Base Coach in
10. Noelvi Marte.............................INF 2018)…two coaches from last year’s staff are in new roles this season: Director of Pitching Strategies
BOLD = Players in Major League camp
and Development Brian De Lunas (was Bullpen Coach in 2018) and Organization Hitting Advisor
BY THE NUMBERS Edgar Martinez (was Hitting Coach in 2018).
T-MOBILE PARK…the Mariners and T-Mobile announced in December that the home field of

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In 4 starts vs. the Rangers last season,
the Mariners will be known as T-Mobile Park for the next 25 years…the process of incorporating
T-Mobile branding assets throughout the ballpark will take place over the next several weeks…much
of the work is expected to be completed by Opening Day on March 28 when the Mariners host the
Marco Gonzales went 2-1 with a 2.78
ERA (7 ER, 22.2 IP) with 16 strikeouts Boston Red Sox.
and 6 walks.
AROUND THE WORLD…in camp this spring, the Mariners have players from the United States

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(50), Venezuela (5), the Dominican Republic (5), Japan (2), Colombia (2), Cuba, (1), Mexico (1) and
South Africa (1).
Mariners batters have drawn 21 walks this 2019 JAPAN OPENING SERIES…the Mariners will open the 2019 regular season in Tokyo, Japan
spring, tied with the Reds for 2nd-most in
the Cactus League…trail the Angels (22).
on March 20-21 against the Oakland Athletics…the two-game 2019 Japan Opening Series at the
Tokyo Dome will be “road” games for the Mariners…the Mariners will travel from Arizona to Tokyo on

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Thursday, March 14…the trip will begin with two exhibition games vs. Nippon Professional Baseball
teams on Sunday, March 17 and Monday, March 18…the Mariners will begin the regular season on
The Mariners have 67 players on their March 20 at 6:35 pm in Tokyo (2:35 am in Seattle) and will fly back to Seattle following the game on
Spring Training roster…35 of them were March 21 (6:35 pm in Japan/2:35 am in Seattle)…this will mark the 5th time that the Major League
not in the organization when the 2018
season ended.
Baseball regular season has opened with a two-game series in Japan (last: 2012, SEA vs. OAK).
INFORMATION GUIDE…the 2019 Seattle Mariners Information Guide has been printed and
THE ROSTER available to working media for pickup in the Mariners PR office…fans can purchase the 2019 Media
The spring roster is currently at 67 Guide for $12 at any Mariners Team Store, including the souvenir shop at Peoria Stadium…the
players (40 roster, 27 non-roster)…
the camp breakdown by position is
digital edition of the media guide is also available to working media for download via the Mariners
the following: 34 pitchers (12 non- Virtual Press Box (www.MarinersMedia.com).
roster), 7 catchers (5 non-roster),
NEW THREADS…the Mariners have unveiled a new look for Spring Training 2019 with a new jersey
15 infielders (4 non-roster) and 11
outfielders (6 non-roster). and cap…the jersey will be worn only during Spring Training…the cap will be worn throughout
the Spring and during batting practice during the regular season…the jersey is a vibrant shade of
ON THE AIR powder blue, harkening back to the color schemes during the early years of the franchise (1977-
Today’s game vs. Texas will be 1984), with the current Mariners lettering in dark navy, outlined with silver and Northwest green…
televised live on ROOT SPORTS NW
and broadcast live on Mariners.
the all-navy cap features a silver stylized letter “M” superimposed over elements from the Mariners
com…it will also be aired on a nautical compass rose symbol.
delayed basis on 710 ESPN Seattle
beginning at 7:00 pm PT…Dave HEY GREG, DID YOU KNOW…that Mitch Haniger led the Major Leagues in hits vs. the Texas
Sims and Mike Blowers will call the Rangers last season with 26?…in 17 games against the Rangers in 2018, Haniger hit .377 (26x69)
game on TV, while Aaron Goldsmith with 13 runs, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs, 19 RBI, a .410 on-base percentage and a .681
and Gary Hill will broadcast the
game on the radio. slugging percentage (1.091 OPS).
2019 SPRING TRAINING GAME NOTES • FEBRUARY 26, 2019 • VS. TEXAS RANGERS

#7 — MARCO GONZALES (LHP)


YEAR TEAM W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB SO
2018 SEATTLE 13-9 4.00 29 29 1 0 166.2 172 76 74 17 32 145
2019 SPRING - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MLB Totals 18-12 4.46 51 43 1 0 244.0 270 123 121 30 65 209
2019 Spring Training - Pitched a 1-2-3 first inning in a rained out game on 2/21 at OAK (stats were not official).
• Last Season - Went 13-9 with a 4.00 ERA (74 ER, 166.2 IP) with 145 strikeouts and 32 walks in 29 starts with the Mariners.
• Leaderboard - Among AL leaders, ranked 4th in walks-per-9-innings (1.73/32 BB, 66.2 IP), 18th in ERA (4.00) and WHIP (1.22/32 BB,
172 H, 166.2 IP) and 25th in innings (166.2).
• Tough on Lefties – In 121 plate appearances vs. left-handed batters, issued only 3 walks…among pitchers with at least 150.0 innings
pitched, his 3 walks to lefties tied for 2nd-fewest in the Majors (also: Chris Sale-BOS and Alex Wood-LAD), behind Mike Minor-TEX (2).
• Complete Effort – Recorded his first career complete game on June 29 vs. Kansas City…was 1 out away from his first career shutout,
but allowed a two-out, RBI-single to Mike Moustakas…after Whit Merrifield’s single to lead off the game, retired 22-of-26 batters faced
through the end of the 8th inning…scattered 6 hits and struck out 7 while allowing 1 run in 9.0 innings of work.

ALSO SCHEDULED TO PITCH


#79 — Jack Anderson (RHP): #59 — Zac Rosscup (LHP):
2019 Spring Training: Is making his 2019 Cactus League debut today. 2019 Spring Training: Pitched 1.0 scoreless inning on 2/22 vs. OAK
• Last Season - Went 2-4 with 9 holds (3rd in Cal League), 2.68 ERA (16 ER, (1.0,0,0,0,0,2).
53.2 IP), 57 SO and 14 BB. • Last Season - In 17 relief appearances with the Dodgers, struck out 20
• Awards Season - Received the “60 ft., 6 in. Club Award” from the Mari- and walked only 4 while allowing 6 earned runs over 11.1 IP (4.76 ERA).
ners, recognizing the pitcher in the organization who best embodied the • Seattle-Bound - Signed as a free agent on Dec. 20, 2018.
Control the Zone philiopsophy. • Tough On Lefties – Held opposing batters to a .209 (9x43) average, in-
• Modesto - In 44 games with High-A Modesto, was 2-4, 2.68 (16 ER, 53.2 cluding limiting left-handed batters to a slash line of .143/.280/.429.
IP) with 2 saves…struck out 57 strikeouts and walked 14. • On the Shelf – Made three trips to the DL: March 29-July 11 (blister on left
• No Runs for You -Did not allow an earned run in 19 of his last 24 games, middle finger), July 25-Aug. 4 (left middle finger inflammation) and Aug.
lowering his season ERA from 4.09 to 2.68. 20-Sept. 1 (left calf strain).
• Career - Has appeared in parts of 3 MiL seasons with Seattle (2016-c)… • On the Mend – Made rehab appearances with Triple-A Albuquerque
is 8-10 with 12 SV and 2.46 ERA (40 ER, 146.1 IP), 150 SO and 43 BB in (COL), High-A Rancho Cucamonga (LAD) and Triple-A Oklahoma City
105 G. (LAD).
• Career - Selected by Tampa Bay in the 28th round of the 2009 MLB Draft
#60 — Chasen Bradford (RHP): out of Chemeketa Community College (Salem, OR)…acquired by the
2019 Spring Training: Pitched 1.0 scoreless inning on 2/22 vs. OAK Cubs from the Rays in an 8-player deal on Jan. 8, 2011…dealt from the
(1.0,0,0,0,0,1). Cubs to the Rockies on June 26, 2017…has appeared in parts of 5 Major
• The Totals - Went 5-0 with 2 holds and a 3.69 ERA (22 ER, 53.2 IP) with League seasons with Cubs (2013-15, 2017), Rockies (2017) and Dodgers
38 strikeouts and 14 walks in 46 games over 4 stints with Seattle.. (2018)…made his ML debut with Cubs on Sept. 3, 2013 vs. Miami.
• Don’t Walk – Issued 14 walks in 53.2 innings (2.35 BB/9.0 IP) in 46 relief #52 — Nick Rumbelow (RHP):
appearances…ranked 23rd in BB/9.0 IP among AL relievers. 2019 Spring Training: Pitched 1.0 inning on 2/22 vs. OAK (1.0,2,1,1,0,0).
• Reliable – His 53.2 innings were 3rd-most among Mariners relievers. • Last Season - Had a 6.11 ERA (12 ER, 17.2 IP), 16 SO and 6 BB in 13 G
• Eating Innings – Twice worked a career-high 3.0 innings (4/9 at KC and with Seattle.
8/19 vs. LAD). • Length - Tossed a career-high 3.0 innings on Aug. 22 vs. Houston.
• Tacoma – In 7 G with Triple-A Tacoma, had 1 SV, tossed 6.2 scoreless • First Impression - Fanned 1 in Mariners debut on June 14 vs. Boston.
innings pitched. • Riding the Shuttle - Appeared in 5 stints with the Mariners: June 14-22,
• Career - In parts of two seasons with New York-NL (2017) and Seattle July 4-12, Aug. 9-11, Aug. 22-28 and Sept. 11 – end of season.
(2018-c), went 7-0 with an ERA of 3.71 (36 ER, 87.1 IP), 65 SO and 27 BB. • Minor League Report - Was 1-0 with 2 saves and a 2.04 ERA (4 ER, 17.2
#35 — Cory Gearrin (RHP): IP) with 25 strikeouts in 13 games with Triple-A Tacoma…made 2 appear-
2019 Spring Training: 1.0 scoreless IP on 2/23 vs. SD (1.0,1,0,0,0,1). ances with Double-A Arkansas (2.0 ShO IP)…began the season on the
• Last Season - Combined to go 2-1 with 1 SV and a 3.77 ERA (24 ER, Tacoma DL with a brachial plexus injury; reinstated June 5.
57.1 IP) with 53 SO and 21 BB in 62 games with San Francisco, Texas and • Career - Has appeared in 5 Major League seasons with the Giants (2014-
Oakland. 18)…selected by the Red Sox in the 18th round of the 2007 MLB Draft out
• Giant Report – Made 35 relief appearances with the Giants and was 1-1 of Pike County (GA) High School…made his Major League debut with the
with a 4.20 ERA (14 ER, 30.0 IP) with 31 strikeouts and 13 walks…held op- Giants on Sept. 1, 2014 at Colorado..
ponents scoreless in 26 of 35 outings. #47 — Ricardo Sánchez (LHP):
• Texas Two-Step – In 21 games with the Rangers, was 1-0 with a 2.53 • 2019 Spring Training - Is making his 2019 Cactus League Debut today.
ERA (6 ER, 21.1 IP) with 20 strikeouts and 6 walks…earned 7 holds…held • Welcome to Seattle - Acquired by Seattle from Atlanta in exchange for
opponents to a .176 (13x74) average against and 0.89 WHIP (6 BB, 13 H, cash considerations on Nov. 29, 2018.
21.1 IP). • Last Season – Made 13 starts with Double-A Mississippi, going 2-5 with
• Acquisition – Signed as a free agent on Jan. 10, 2019. a 4.06 ERA (26 ER, 57.2 IP) with 44 strikeouts and 24 walks.
• Career - Selected by Atlanta in the 4th round of the 2007 June Draft and • Hurting – On the minor league disabled list with a left shoulder strain,
made his Major League debut with the Braves on April 25, 2011 at San April 18-July 4, including making 3 combined rehab starts with Rookie
Diego (2.0 ShO IP)…has appeared in parts of 7 Major League seasons Danville and Rookie GCL Braves.
with the Braves (2011-13), Giants (2015-18), Rangers (2018) and Athletics • Minor Totals - In parts of 5 MiL seasons w/ LAA (2014) and ATL (2015-18)
(2018). organizations, went 17-35 with 4.56 ERA (188 ER, 371.1 IP) in 84 games.

2019 SEATTLE MARINERS - SPRING TRAINING DAY-BY-DAY


DAY DATE OPP SCORE WINNER LOSER SAVE REC ATT
Thursday February 21 Oakland Athletics Cancelled mid-2nd inning (rain) 0-0 N/A
Friday February 22 Oakland Athletics 8-1 Leake (1-0) Mengden None 1-0 5,298
Saturday February 23 San Diego Padres 4-6 Yardley Elías (0-1) Enns 1-1 5,766
Sunday February 24 Colorado Rockies 4-2 Swanson (1-0) Shaw Tenuta (1) 2-1 6,493
Monday February 25 Cincinnati Reds 11-3 Kikuchi (1-0) Wood None 3-1 3,541
Tuesday February 26 Texas Rangers Peoria 1:10/12:10 R#/TV
Wednesday February 27 Cleveland Indians (ss) Goodyear 1:05/12:05 R#
Thursday February 28 Chicago White Sox Peoria 1:10/12:10 R/TV
Friday March 1 Milwaukee Brewers Peoria 1:10/12:10 R/TV
Saturday March 2 Kansas City Royals Surprise 1:10/12:10 R
Sunday March 3 Arizona Diamondbacks Peoria 1:10/12:10 R/TV
Monday March 4 OFF DAY
Tuesday March 5 San Diego Padres (ss) Peoria 1:10/12:10 R#
Wednesday March 6 Oakland Athletics Peoria 6:40/5:40 R/TV
Thursday March 7 Cincinnati Reds Goodyear 6:05/5:05 R
Friday March 8 Chicago Cubs Peoria 6:40/5:40 R/TV
Saturday March 9 Los Angeles Dodgers Glendale 1:05/12:05 R
Sunday March 10 Cleveland Indians (SS) Peoria 1:10 R/TV
Los Angeles Angels (SS) Tempe 1:10
Monday March 11 Kansas City Royals (ss) Peoria 6:40 R/TV
Tuesday March 12 Chicago White Sox (ss) Glendale 1:05 R#
Wednesday March 13 San Francisco Giants Peoria 6:40 R/TV
MARINERS IN JAPAN, MARCH 14-21
Tuesday March 19 Chicago Cubs* Mesa-Sloan 1:05
Thursday March 21 Cincinnati Reds* Peoria 6:40
Friday March 22 Los Angeles Angels* Peoria 6:40
Bold: Home team (SS) in caps refers to Mariners split squad game
TV = ROOT Sports Broadcast R = 710 ESPN Seattle R# = Delayed radio on 710 ESPN Seattle
* While the Mariners are in Japan, a squad made up of players in Mariners Major League camp who are not part of the Japan traveling party, will remain in Arizona for a
game against the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park in Mesa (March 19) and two games at Peoria against the Cincinnati Reds (March 21) and the Los Angeles Angels (March 22).