ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — While there still are more than 50 games remaining for most of the teams in the 2021 season, Major League Baseball has released the tentative team schedules for the 2022 season.
For the second straight season, the Mariners will be at T-Mobile Park for opening day. Seattle will open the 2022 season with a six-game homestand, starting with a four-game series vs. the Detroit Tigers and a two-game set vs. the Los Angeles Angels before going on the road.
Next season will feature the American League West facing off against the National League East in the interleague play rotation.
The Philadelphia Phillies (May 9-11), Washington Nationals (Aug. 23-24) and Atlanta Braves (Sept. 9-11) will come to T-Mobile Park during the season. The Mariners will have road series at the Miami Marlins (April 29-May 1), New York Mets (May 13-15) and Nationals (July 12-13).
The Mariners will also have a road two-game series (July 4-5) and home two-game series (Sept. 13-14) vs. their “natural rivals,” the San Diego Padres.
The Mariners conclude the 2022 season at home with a six-game homestand, featuring a three-game series vs. the Rangers (Sept. 27-29) and three-game series vs. the A’s (Sept. 30-Oct. 2).
— With his infield single in the fourth inning Wednesday, Abraham Toro has reached base in all eight of his games with the Mariners. He has a .429/.500/.857 slash line with three doubles, three homers, 12 runs scored, five RBI, three walks, three strikeouts and a stolen base.
— Cade Marlowe of the Everett AquaSox was named the High-A West player of the month for July by MILB.com.
The 24-year-old outfielder posted a .245/.348/.582 slash line with 11 doubles, two triples, six homers, 25 RBI, 16 walks, 29 strikeouts and seven stolen bases in 26 games and 115 plate appearances. He led the league in that span in total bases (57) and was second in RBI (25), doubles (11) and slugging percentage (.582). He finished third in runs scored (21) and triples (two), fourth in home runs (six) and fifth in OPS (.930). He posted nine multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games.
Marlowe started the season with Low-A Modesto and was promoted to Everett on June 18. He was selected in the 20th round of the 2019 draft out of the University of West Georgia.
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