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Of all the players in the Seattle Mariners' organization, there isn’t anyone more driven to refine his craft and evolve than former Gonzaga standout pitcher Marco Gonzales.
Marco Gonzales retired 21 consecutive Angels while throwing a four-hitter, and Jose Marmolejos hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning of the Seattle Mariners’ 2-1 victory over Los Angeles on Monday.
In these unprecedented times, the Major League Baseball trade deadline feels a little different. It’s a month later than usual, and the hype surrounding it has certainly lessened, despite roughly 22 of the 30 teams having a shot at making the expanded postseason.
Marco Gonzales’ arm did most of the work for the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night during an 8-3 win over the San Diego Padres.
It was far from the normal opening day, lacking all of the pomp and circumstance, but the Seattle Mariners kicked off their 2020 season against the defending A.L. champion Houston Astros in an empty Minute Maid Park, devoid of fans, trash can banging staffers, or even the zombie-like cardboard cutouts behind home plate we've seen in other venues in the 60-game sprint that is the pandemic version of Major League Baseball.
Like everyone else, Marco Gonzales is anxious for baseball to start. And maybe it’s taken a little more time than anyone expected, but he’ll be on the hill on Friday for the Seattle Mariners when the MLB season gets underway – finally.
For the first time in 20 years, the Seattle Mariners will begin a season without Ichiro Suzuki or Felix Hernandez on the opening day roster.
SEATTLE – The most recent pitcher to start a game for the Mariners during the interrupted spring training was supposed to be the pitcher to start Opening Day at T-Mobile Park vs. the Texas Rangers.
Gonzaga lefty Mac Lardner really wanted to hear his name called during the MLB draft a couple of weeks ago. But the consolation prize, if you can call it that, was the ability to pick where he would sign his first pro contract.
The boredom and isolated monotony that comes with social distancing? That’s nothing for Mariners pitcher Marco Gonzales after he recently traversed U.S. Route 93, a seemingly endless stretch of two-lane, truck-filled highway through central and northern Nevada that’s part of the drive home to Seattle from spring training in Arizona.
Seattle Mariners ace Marco Gonzales didn’t make it out of the first inning in his 2020 spring training debut, his first outing in a game since signing a four-year, $30 million contract extension earlier this month.
Both sides took some risk with Gonzales’ contract extension. Yet both were clearly ecstatic about the deal and what it symbolizes during the Mariners’ organizational reboot.
The Seattle Mariners see Marco Gonzales as a core piece for their future.
The Mariners have rewarded Marco Gonzales with a four-year contract extension, starting in 2021, which will make him a part of the organization through 2024 with an option for the 2025 season. Sources confirmed Gonzales will earn $30 million over the four seasons.
Marco Gonzales is only a few years removed from arriving at spring training hopeful he could carve out a role in the back end of the Seattle Mariners’ rotation.
Chris Davis hit the tiebreaking homer in the 7th inning, carrying Baltimore past the Seattle Mariners 2-1 in the Orioles’ final home game of the season.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Last season, Marco Gonzales had a breakout performance with the Seattle Mariners, going 13-9 with a 4.00 ERA with 145 strikeouts and 32 walks in a career-high 29 starts. Gonzales’ 1.73 walks per nine innings in 2018 ranked fourth in the American League as he finished with a 2.5 WAR, also a career best.
SEATTLE – If there were such a thing as a smile that were part sheepish and part sly, Marco Gonzales might have it mastered. It’s the combination of being the guy you want your daughter/sister to marry and also being the rip-your-opponents-heart-out competitor you wish there were more of on your team. It appeared again following Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Toronto that secured a fourth straight series win fort the Mariners. Gonzales was asked if he wanted to discuss the throngs of Blue Jays fans and their annual subjugation of the stadium seats and beer stands during the three-game series in Seattle.
Maybe all Mariners starter Marco Gonzales needed was a lead. The left-hander struggled early, then completely turned things around after Austin Nola’s three-run homer put Seattle ahead and the Mariners went on to 7-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Monday night at T-Mobile Park.
Five days ago, Marco Gonzales stood in front of his locker seething about the outing he’d just delivered.