2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
1-0, 1st in AL West

BBTN: First Game, Trout/Bregman, Conforto

Buster discusses the first game of 2019 with Eduardo Perez (5:35), dishes on the Mike Trout & Alex Bregman deals with Keith Law (9:50), dives into the numbers with Hembo (24:19) and catches up with Mets OF Michael Conforto to talk about his perspective on the Trout deal and expectations for New York this season (30:40).

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Ichiro gets a hero's welcome in Tokyo opener

Ichiro Suzuki started for the Seattle Mariners against the Oakland Athletics in MLB's opening game of the season, and about 45,000 voices in a sellout crowd cheered him on.

Santana's grand slam leads Mariners to win vs. A's in Japan (1:31)
Beckham crushes 2-run homer (0:23)
Ichiro is a god and idol in Japanese baseball (3:29)

BBTN: Boras' Tough Winter, Correa, Semien, Sciambi

Before hearing from Carlos Correa (36:42) & Marcus Semien (43:17), Buster & Boog Sciambi discuss the video game epidemic, Scott Boras' rough winter, Clayton Kershaw & more (4:38). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (30:16).

Ichiro still has his cannon right arm (0:16)
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Ichiro will be in lineup for opener in Tokyo

Ichiro Suzuki struggled at the plate this spring and went hitless in two exhibition games in Tokyo, but he will start against the A's Wednesday in the league's opening game.


BBTN: Labor Progress, Numbers Game, Eduardo Perez

Buster welcomes David Schoenfield to discuss the latest agreement between MLB & the players, Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot spring and more (4:51). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (28:43) and Eduardo Perez on his biggest takeaways from the spring thus far (34:00).

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Predicting the next top-100 player for all 30 teams

From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?

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Mariners' Seager awaits MRI results on wrist

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager, who rolled over his left wrist during a spring training game Friday, is awaiting MRI results. Manager Scott Servais said Seager wouldn't do any physical activities Sunday.

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Seager to see hand specialist after rolling wrist

The Mariners say third baseman Kyle Seager was removed for precautionary reasons and didn't need medical treatment after rolling over his glove hand diving for a ground ball Friday night against the Cubs. Seager left the game in the fourth inning.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average6.001st
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
Batting Average.2262nd
On Base Percentage.3851st
Slugging Percentage.4522nd