ROOT SPORTS Mariners All-Access


This week on Mariners All-Access from ROOT SPORTS:

Milestone moments – A recap of the career milestones reached by the Mariners this week including Steve Cishek, Kyle Seager, Robinson Canó, and a statistical mark that Felix Hernandez is closing in on.

Edgar’s Impact – Kyle Seager and Robinson Canó are benefiting from the extra work they’ve done in the batting cage with the help of Edgar Martinez. See how the best DH in baseball history is impacting the current Mariners and why they enjoy working with ‘Gar.

Howard Lincoln’s Legacy – Howard Lincoln announced he’s stepping down as Chairman and CEO in August. We look at the legacy he’s leaving behind after 17 years at the helm of the Mariners.

Iannetta/Weaver no hitter – May 2nd marks the 4th anniversary of Jered Weavers’ no-hitter in 2012. It’s a date that wasn’t significant to Mariners fans until now. Chris Iannetta was behind the plate for that game and suffered a broken wrist that changed his career and made him the catcher Mariners fans see today.

Pitching Mechanics – Wade Miley demonstrates the first pitch he ever learned to throw.

Mother’s Day Cards – In advance of Mother’s Day next week we take a look at the cards drawn by the Mariners for their mom’s. After all, you know the best gift is the one that’s handmade.

Griffey hat backwards? – We won’t know what the artwork will look like on Ken Griffey Junior’s Hall of Fame plaque until his July induction, but the players ask the Magic 8 Ball for a hint on whether his hat will be backwards or not.

High Speed Review– A look back at the best moments from the week – particularly on defense.

The latest edition of Mariners All Access airs:

  • Sunday: 12:00 p.m. and 7:30p.m.
  • Monday: 6:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 6:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday: 11:30a.m.
  • Thursday: 4:00 p.m.
  • Friday: 4:00 p.m.

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