2021 Game 7: Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins

Game Time:  3:10 p.m. CDT

The Twins return from their season debut road trip with a 4-2 record and series wins against Milwaukee and Detroit to open the home half of their schedule against the Seattle Mariners this afternoon. Jose Berrios gets the honors for the Twins, returning to the mound for his second start sporting a 1-0 record, a 0.00 ERA and 12 strikeouts. Early notice among the position players this year goes to Byron Buxton, who is launching bombas like a boss (tied with Cruz for the team lead at 3 each) and boasting a slash line of .357/.438/1.143/1.580. Honorable mention goes to Luis Arraez, who is hitting .389 and getting on base every other at bat as the Twins' primary leadoff hitter. The Mariners feature Marco Gonzales (0-0, 7.50 ERA, 2K) in the starting role today. He's coming off a somewhat rough Opening Day in which he notched six innings but gave up three runs. He also walked three batters in that game after only walking seven all of last year. But enough of that. The game’s afoot: Follow your spirit, and upon this charge, cry - Play ball!

73 thoughts on “2021 Game 7: Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins”

  1. What the heck -- I'll set up a home opener Zoom as well, although I may not hang out the entire time.
    Meeting ID: 343 505 0734
    6-digit Passcode: a batting average for a 2-for-5 day, and a batting average for a 1-for-10 day

    Please wear a shirt.

  2. Great first inning for Berríos. Five or six more of those and we can again strongly agree that it was fine taking him out before finishing the game.

          1. I checked Gameday and yep, it was in the zone. I saw a different video and didn't have a box. The view I saw was from a higher position so it looked high.

  3. Is Bert bitching about Rocco taking Jose out after 99 pitches?

    I am good with 5 2/3d of very good, if not dominant, pitching on the home opener.

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