Scorecard, as measured against the actual events on the field: well below average. Bacon cheeseburger: fringe average. Lazy Boy Amber Ale: plus. Postgame fireworks in the middle of a downpour: plus-plus.
Now that 2014 has officially come to a disheartening end for all of the Mariners’ main minor league affiliates, the time has come to put the year into perspective with SoDo Mojo’s “Minor League Season Recap” series. We first take the thirty minute trip up I-5 to Everett, where the AquaSox managed in just a 76-game sample to lose twenty more than they won.
Nathan Melendres of the Everett AquaSox helped the defending NWL champions to a series sweep of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes over the weekend, batting .400 with five hits (two triples), a RBI and a stolen base. On Sunday, Melendres helped in a big fifth inning for the AquaSox with a RBI triple to left. (CLICK ON THE PHOTO OF MELENDRES FOR COMPLETE RECAP)
Ovni de turno ‘visita’ un partido de béisbol en Canadá [Video]
Un supuesto objeto volador no identificado sorprendió a los cientos de espectadores que se encontraban en el estadio Nat Bailey de Vacouver observando el encuentro entre los Vancouver Canadians y los Everett AquaSox por una liga menor de Canadá. El video desató un amplio debate en la red. Juzgue usted mismo.
The end of the MiLB regular season is upon us, and to no one’s surprise, none of the Mariners’ minor league affiliates found their way to September baseball. So, in what will be the last Minor League Update of 2014, we look at the denouements of five disappointing year-long narratives.
"Left-hander Steve Ewing made his first start of the season for the Sox and tossed four scoreless innings. The University of Miami alumnus gave up two hits and walked one while striking out three." by: Casey Malloy, Everett AquaSox