2014 Game 91: Minnesota Twins vs. Seattle Mariners

Mariners trying an interesting strategy here and handing the game to their bullpen straight from the get-go. The Twins take the field behind their young right-hander Pino and look to go 75% in Seattle before they head to Colorado (because I guess the official game scheduler has a sense of humor).

It's a late one tonight, so make sure to brew an extra cup.


Minnesota Twins vs. Seattle Mariners
(41-49)                                             (49-42)
Safeco Field
1250 1st Avenue South
Seattle, Washington 98134
7:10 PM PDT

Game Previews
Minnesota Twins Official Game Notes
Yahoo! Sports

Minnesota Twins Starting Lineup
1. Dozier, 2B
2. Suzuki, C
3. Parmalee, 1B
4. Morales, DH
5. Willingham, LF
6. Arcia, RF
7. Plouffe, 3B
8. Escobar, SS
9. Fuld, CF

Seattle Mariners Starting Lineup
1. Chavez, LF
2. Jones, CF
3. Cano, 2B
4. Seager, 3B
5. Hart, DH
6. Morrison, 1B
7. Saunders, RF
8. Zunino, C
9. Bloomquist, SS

Probable Starting Pitchers
Yohan Jose Alana Pino
0-2, 4.98
Thomas Mark "The Bartender" Wilhelmsen
1-1, 2.49

Photo courtesy of Joe Kunzler

26 thoughts on “2014 Game 91: Minnesota Twins vs. Seattle Mariners”

  1. Provus hyping the fact that the Twins challenge didn't take long at all, but I think it's all the Maybe We Should Challenge? / No Skip It The Video Confirms The Call non-challenge dallying around that takes the time.

    1. Yep, Parmelee walking the ball back towards the mound, Molitor picking up a certainly-unrelated phone call, Gardy taking an evening stroll in the general direction of the umpire and enjoying the crisp air of the Northwest- after that the challenge was pretty quick.

      1. Jones out on the base paths twice tonight, both times initially ruled safe and then overturned on review. I can't imagine that's happened before.

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