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Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Luis Garcia comes through again while Ty France, Odubel Herrera begin to heat up

I'd like to write about Luis Garcia here. About how he set a career high with 19 swinging strikes Tuesday. About how his five pitches give him a diverse enough arsenal to stick as a starting pitcher rather than just pose as one. About how his minor-league track record paints a picture of dominance that somehow eluded all the prospect hounds. About how he followed up his first six-inning start against the mighty Dodgers last week with his first seven-inning start against an even more imposing Red Sox lineup, continuing the trend of taking a step forward at precisely the moment we expect him to take a step back.
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Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Ty France, Pavin Smith, Jonathan Villar, and more!

Happy Wednesday, folks! It’s time for a mid-week version of fantasy baseball waiver wire adds—hitters only! These guys are 50% rostered (or less) in Yahoo leagues. Full disclosure, any stats cited will not include Tuesday’s games. You have to have a cutoff somewhere, and that was mine!. CATCHER. James McCann,...
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Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Evan Longoria, Logan Webb, Ty France

June is often when fantasy baseball managers realize the long season doesn’t last forever. Along with signifying the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is also typically when the “It’s still early” excuses expire. That struggling star has far more troubles beyond a fluky slump, and that seventh-place fantasy squad needs to pick up the pace before it’s too late.

Mariners' Ty France: Remains hot Tuesday

France went 3-for-5 with an RBI ground-rule double in a loss to the Athletics on Tuesday. France's third-inning two-bagger plated Kyle Seager with the Mariners' third run of the game and gave him his fifth RBI in the last three games. The 26-year-old now has four multi-hit efforts in the last eight contests and has given his batting average a 31-point boost to .261 during that post-injured-list stretch.
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Ty France, Mariners hand Rangers sixth straight loss

Yusei Kikuchi made his sixth consecutive quality start as the Seattle Mariners defeated the visiting Texas Rangers 4-2 Sunday afternoon. Ty France drove in three runs and Kyle Seager homered for the Mariners, who swept the four-game series and have won six of their past seven games. The Rangers suffered...

Mariners' Ty France: Timely knock in extras

France went 1-for-5 with a game-tying RBI single and subsequently scored the game-winning run in an extra-inning victory over the Athletics on Monday. France came through with a clutch single in the home half of the 10th to plate inning-opening runner Jack Mayfield, and he subsequently came home himself on Tom Murphy's game-winning sacrifice fly. France has come back from a stint on the injured list with a vengeance, reaching safely in each of his first eight games since returning while producing a .345 average and .801 OPS during that sample of 31 plate appearances.

Mariners Ty France is back to looking like his hot-hitting self

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA - MAY 25: Ty France #23 of the Seattle Mariners bats against the Oakland Athletics in the third inning at RingCentral Coliseum on May 25, 2021 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) For the first month or so of the season for the Seattle Mariners,...
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Mariners' Ty France: Doubles, drives in three

France went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI in Sunday's 4-2 win over Texas. France doubled in a run in the first inning and then brought home a pair with a single in the third. It was his first multi-RBI game since April 22 and he picked up his second extra-base hit since returning from an IL stint May 24. He's slashing .252/.346/.381 with 19 RBI this season.

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/27/21: Ty France, Mickey Callaway, and Zack Wheeler

Good morning folks and happy Thursday! Let’s get to the latest from around baseball. Ty France just wants to get back to help the Mariners even if his wrist isn’t back to 100% health, writes Ryan Divish at The Seattle Times. Around the league... Dee Strange-Gordon has found another landing...

Ty France (wrist) operating first base for Mariners on Monday

Seattle Mariners infielder Ty France is batting sixth in Monday's game against the Oakland Athletics. France will make his return after Seattle's slugging infielder served time on the injured list with a wrist ailment. In a righty versus righty matchup against Frankie Montas, France's FanDuel salary stands at $2,300.

Mariners Activate Ty France from 10-day Injured List

OAKLAND, Calif. — Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today the following roster moves:. Ty France, INF/DH, activated from 10-day Injured List (left wrist inflammation). Sam Haggerty, INF/OF, placed on 10-day Injured List (right shoulder inflammation). Seattle’s 26-man roster remains full at...
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Mariners' Ty France: Doubles in return to action

France (wrist) went 1-for-4 with a double in a win over the Athletics on Monday. France was able to get on the board in his first game after spending the minimum amount of time on the injured list. France had been mired in an deep, extended slump prior to being sidelined -- he'd slashed .063/.196/.083 across the 56 plate appearances encompassing the 14 games leading into his sabbatical -- so perhaps he'll return to his early season level of production now that his wrist is presumably back to 100 percent.

Mariners' Ty France: Back from IL

France (wrist) has been activated from the 10-day injured list ahead of Monday's game against the Athletics, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. France was moved to the injured list May 14 due to inflammation in his left wrist, but he's been cleared to return after the 10-day minimum. The 26-year-old will return to the starting nine for Monday's series opener, per Corey Brock of The Athletic.

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/22/21: Ty France, Braden Bishop, and Willy Adames

Hello everyone! It’s the weekend! And we’ve got the links you need to get it started. The Mariners dropped this video literally minutes after José Godoy stepped onto the field, somehow. "Who is José Godoy?" Welcome to the show and baseball trivia lore, José! pic.twitter.com/U8U1zC2iqi— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) May 22,...

Mariners' Ty France: Could return Monday

Mariners manager Scott Servais said France (wrist) has a "good chance" to be activated from the 10-day injured list during the team's three-game series in Oakland that begins Monday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. France was stuck in a prolonged slump at the plate prior to landing on the IL...

Mariners place 1B Evan White, IF Ty France on 10-day IL

The Mariners announced that they have placed first baseman Evan White (strained left hip flexor) and infielder Ty France (left wrist inflammation) on the 10-day injured list. They recalled infielders Donovan Walton and Jack Mayfield in corresponding moves. White struggled as a rookie in 2020 after signing a six-year, $24M...

Ty France (wrist) not in Mariners' lineup on Friday

Seattle Mariners infielder Ty France is not in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Cleveland Indians. France (wrist) moves to the injured list on Friday with Mitch Haniger moving from right field to the designated hitter role and Sam Haggerty entering the lineup. Haggerty will bat ninth versus right-hander Aaron Civale and the Indians.