Mariners 8, Tigers 1
I don’t really want to tell you about this game, but let me give you the basics. Robbie Ray (5 GS, 25.1 IP, 5.33 ERA, 3.65 FIP, 0.4 fWAR) was okay, giving up four runs in five innings while allowing seven hits and a walk and striking out two. He wasn’t horrible, but he didn’t do much to help the team win. To his credit, the offense and defense were worse and combined with the bullpen to allow an additional four runs to come across. There wasn’t a lot to like. Max Scherzer (25 GS, 169 IP, 2.98 ERA, 2.76 FIP, 4.6 fWAR) gets the ball Tuesday against the Rays.
The Moment: Jim Johnson made a pretty nice defensive play?