Alright Mariners, it didn't have to come to this you know.... we could have been friends, we could have put aside our differences and work together for the good all of non-yankee based baseball. But no, you had to go and make an embarrassment out of our bullpen. Well now its personal, if you do not cease and desist immediately we will send our Toronto Sports Media to Seattle to reign havoc in your fair city. So unless you want Damien Cox running a muck you know what you need to do.
To get us back on track after a 3 game losing streak we are sending our numero uno out to the mound. Ricky Romero has pitched quite well so far. He has looked comfortable on the mound and in his role as a rotation and clubhouse leader. Looks like JP got us a good one. He takes on Michael Pineda who was described at my fantasy draft as the next Felix. Lets hope that ascension holds off.
|2011 - Ricky Romero||1-0||2||2||0||0||0||0||13.2||11||4||2||0||2||12||1.32||.95|
|2011 - Michael Pineda||0-1||1||1||0||0||0||0||6.0||5||3||3||0||1||4||4.50||1.00|
Our lineup courtesy of the Blue Jays twitter feed:
Escobar-SS, Patterson-CF, Bautista-RF, Lind-1B, Hill-2B, Arencibia-C, Snider-LF, Encarnacion-DH, Nix-3B
For the Mariners (Figgins still out):
Ichiro RF, Wilson 2B, Bradley DH, Olivo C, Smoak 1B, Rodriguez 3B, Saunders LF, Ryan SS
Mariners lead the series 1-0
|Mon 04/11|| WP: Josh Lueke (1 - 0) |
LP: Shawn Camp (0 - 1)
|7 - 8 loss|
|Wed 04/13||3:40 PM EDT|
Keep it Civil and GO JAYS GO!