OAKLAND, CA - JUNE 15: Manager Eric Wedge #22 takes the ball from pitcher Charlie Furbush #41 taking him out of the game in the ninth inning against the Oakland Athletics at O.co Coliseum on June 15, 2013 in Oakland, California. The Mariners won the game 4-0.
You talk about a guy who knows how to act, Henry’s right there at the top of our list along with a couple other guys ... Obviously, they share the same position, so that’s the difference. They are going to spend a lot of time together. There’s a right way to go about your business both on and off the field up here.
He pays attention well ... He’s always talking to somebody. He’s a good listener, asking good questions. He’s a student of the game.More quotes »
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Multiple closers deliver positive results early
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Blanco slam backs Hernandez in M's win - Sat, 15 Jun 2013 PST
him Friday, three days after his release by Toronto. He became the oldest Seattle player ever with a slam. Mariners manager Eric Wedge wrote Blanco into the lineup right away — and it didn’t hurt Blanco had previously caught Hernandez in the bullpen for the from The Spokesman Read more »
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