Mariners vs Athletics – Game Summary – September 22, 2022

OAKLAND, CA — Julio Rodriguez doubled and scored before leaving with a narrow in the lower back, the Seattle Mariners overcame a rookie quarterback loss to beat the Oakland Athletics 9-5 on Thursday and avoided a three-game sweep.

Rodriguez slowly walked off the field with a coach in the lower half of the first half. He recently missed three games at Anaheim due to a lower back problem.

“With regard to,” said Scott Service, Mariners director. “It’s the same area in the lower back. He’ll wake up tomorrow when we get to Kansas City, and we’ll get an MRI and pictures of that.”

Jared Kilinic moved from left to center and Sam Haggerty entered the match on the left. Kelenic attacked and doubled in his first match since being called up from Triple-A Tacoma.

“They both felt fine,” he said. “I’m glad we came out with a ‘W’ today.”

Adam Frazier went 2 for 4 with three RBI. Mitch Hanegger, Cal Raleigh, Jesse Winker and T-France also led the races for Seattle, which entered the day by four games over Baltimore in third and final from the wild cards.

“When Julio fell, we were picking at each other and smashing it, and we came out on top,” Kilinic said. “That was the most important thing.”

Stephen Vogt tripled in three rounds for Auckland. Added Tony Kemp and Shea Langlers RBI.

Team A built a 5-3 lead against Mariners starter George Kirby, marking the right-handed rookie for five runs over seven strokes in 2 1/3 innings. Kirby hit one and walked three.

Kielnik crawled off Oakland starter Adrian Martinez in the fourth inning to bring the sailors inside one. Martinez gave up five runs in six strokes and twice in five runs, writing off seven.

Kelenic tied the match for sixth place with two-time RBI from loyalist Kirby Snead. Frazier added the two-stroke twice to put Seattle ahead.

Snead (1-1) surrendered twice on two strokes and walked two-thirds of the game.

Matthew Boyd (2-0) played two goalless runs to claim his second win as a navigator. Boyd and five other dwellers limit the value of A to just two hits in 6 and 2/3 of the innings.

“Our imitator was nails today,” Service said. “Matt Boyd has been great giving us two rounds of closure and the players after him did their job of putting zeros in there, allowing our jammers to get back into the game.”

VOGT Announces Retirement

Vogt announced that he would retire at the end of the season, ending a 10-year career in the Major League.

“I felt he was right,” he said. “I felt like there’s nowhere else I want to play, there is no other place I want to be, there is nothing else I want to achieve as a player other than helping these players the rest of this year.”

Vogt spent six seasons with the A team. The 37-year-old also played in Tampa Bay, Milwaukee, San Francisco, Arizona, and Atlanta.

“I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to walk away on my terms,” he said. “I am very proud of what I have accomplished.”

Vogt hopes to stay in baseball beyond his football career.

“My ultimate goal is management,” he said. “I want to run the big leagues. … One of the things I’ve really tried and I want to keep doing is make this game a better place. A lot of people have been doing that for me and I want to keep doing that.”

coach room

Sailors: SS JP Crawford has been left out of the squad due to a minor leg problem. “He had a kind of funny slide four or five days ago at second base,” Service said. “I hit a pitch in the same leg. He didn’t seem to be moving great last night. He had a chance to talk to him after the match and thought it was better to give him day in and day out.”

Athletics: RHB Adam Oller (Right Costochondritis) is scheduled to throw a bulls session on Friday. “He’s well on his way to being ready to go if all goes well with this program,” said Director Mark Kotsai. … LHP Sam Moll (left shoulder strain), RHP Zach Jackson (right shoulder strain) and Ramon Lauriano (right hamstring strain) will miss the rest of the season.

next one

Sailors: LHP Marco Gonzales (10-14, 4.01 ERA) opened a three-game series in Kansas City on Friday. Gonzalez has made at least six innings in five consecutive starts.

Athletics: LHP Cole Irvin (9-11, 3.79) tries to win by his fourth straight decision Friday as the Oakland welcomes the New York Mets in a three-game series. This will be the first start of Irvine’s career against the Mets.

—-

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: