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Wed, May 25 @ 4:10 pm ET
vs Oakland Athletics (18-27)
  • T-Mobile Park
  • SEA -175, O/U 7
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AL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
28-16 6-4 W1
27-17 5-5 W3
18-23 5-5 L3
18-26 3-7 L1
18-27 3-7 W1

2022 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 43.1 3 4 3.74 27 16

Top Marco Gonzales News

  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Struggles Monday, snags lucky win

    Gonzales (3-4) snatched a win Monday after he pitched 5.1 innings, allowing five runs on eight hits while striking out three against the Athletics.

    Gonzales was not sharp in Monday's outing, giving up three runs in the fourth inning and two more in the sixth. The eight hits he surrendered matched a season high while he also allowed his ninth homer of the year in the fourth frame off the bat of Chad Pinder. Nonetheless, Gonzales outdueled Athletics starter Zach Logue, who gave up seven runs over 4.2 frames. Prior to Monday, the 30-year-old Gonzales had given up three or fewer runs in all eight of his starts, but the rough outing raised his season-long ERA from 3.08 to a still respectable 3.74 over 43.1 innings.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Earns win over Blue Jays

    Gonzales (2-4) picked up the win against Toronto on Wednesday, allowing one run on five hits and three walks over six innings. He struck out two batters.

    Gonzales was far from dominant in the outing, as he induced only four swinging strikes and tallied just two punchouts. However, the left-hander allowed only one extra-base hit and limited Toronto to just a third-inning run. Gonzales has finished with a quality start in three of his past four outings to lower his season ERA to 3.08. He's expected to make his next start at home against Oakland on Monday.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Sharp in no-decision

    Gonzales didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 2-1 win over the Mets, allowing one run on five hits and three walks over 6.2 innings. He struck out five.

    The veteran southpaw wasn't dominant, but he held the Mets in check over 103 pitches (66 strikes) and dueled Max Scherzer to a draw before Seattle was able to push across the winning run in the eighth inning. Gonzales has three quality starts through seven outings, but his 3.38 ERA masks a 6.31 FIP, 1.53 WHIP and poor 22:13 K:BB through 32 innings.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Suffers fourth loss

    Gonzales (1-4) took the loss during Saturday's 8-2 defeat at the hands of the Rays, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and four walks with one strikeout in 5.1 innings.

    Other than an Adam Frazier error that allowed a run to score in the third inning, Gonzales was able to limit the damage to a pair of Brandon Lowe solo home runs. The 30-year-old's 3.91 ERA is in line with career averages, but his 1.62 WHIP, 3.6 BB/9 and 6.0 K/9 are in line to be career worsts with Seattle. Additionally, the Mariners are averaging just two runs of support in Gonzales' four losses compared to a 4.14 average for the season. He'll look to get back in the win column with a projected start coming against the Mets next weekend.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Takes loss despite quality start

    Gonzales (1-3) took the loss against Houston on Monday, allowing three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out two over six innings.

    Gonzales was hit on his left wrist by a comebacker in his previous start and wasn't certain to be available Monday, but he ended up making the start and navigating through six frames. He allowed plenty of traffic on the bases but still managed to notch his second quality start, with all three runs against him coming by way of the long ball. The southpaw has struggled somewhat this season, though his ERA stands at a respectable 4.05 since eight of the 17 runs scored against him have been unearned. He's expected to next take the mound at home against Tampa Bay this weekend.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Cleared to start Monday

    Gonzales (wrist) will make his scheduled start Monday against the Astros in Houston.

    The southpaw's previous start April 27 in Tampa Bay lasted less than an inning after he was struck in the left wrist with a comebacker, but he was fortunate to avoid any structural damage and escaped with a bruise. Gonzales was able to complete his between-starts bullpen session Friday without incident, so he shouldn't face any strict limitations with his workload as he takes the hill for the fifth time this season. He turned in a 3.86 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 14:4 K:BB across 14 innings over his first four outings.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Throws bullpen session

    Gonzales (wrist) felt good following a bullpen session Friday, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

    Gonzales left his start Wednesday against the Rays after getting hit by a comebacker, but he escaped with nothing worse than a bruised left wrist. He hasn't been officially confirmed for his next start, which is lined up for Monday in Houston, but it looks as though he'll be ready.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Plays catch Thursday

    Gonzales (wrist) was spotted playing catch Thursday, Daniel Kramer of reports.

    The light throwing session comes one day after Gonzales took a 109-mile-per-hour line drive off his left wrist Wednesday, which resulted in him exiting in the first inning of his start against the Rays. Fortunately, Gonzales avoided any structural damage to his wrist and escaped with a bruise. The injury seemingly didn't inhibit him while throwing a day later, and if he's able to complete a bullpen session over the weekend without issue, he should be ready to take the hill when his next turn in the rotation comes up Monday in Houston.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Hopes to make next start

    Gonzales had X-rays on his left wrist come back negative after leaving Wednesday's game against Tampa Bay, and he hopes to make his next scheduled start Monday at Houston, Daniel Kramer of reports.

    The 30-year-old escaped with a bruise after being struck on the wrist by a 109-mph liner during the first inning, though that doesn't necessary mean he'll be clear for his next turn through the rotation. Gonzales fell to 1-2 after taking the loss Wednesday, as he allowed a run on a hit with a strikeout and a walk in one-third of an inning. The left-hander's outlook should receive additional clarity as he continues to be evaluated over the next couple days.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: X-rays on tap

    Gonzales will undergo X-rays after leaving Wednesday's start against Tampa Bay with a left wrist contusion, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    The preliminary diagnosis of a bruise isn't surprising after the left-hander was struck by a 109-mph line drive on his 11th pitch of the game. Gonzales' availability for his next turn through the rotation, which currently lines up for Monday at Houston, remains up in the air as he continues to be evaluated.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Exits after being hit by comebacker

    Gonzales left Wednesday's start against the Rays after being struck by a line drive around his left forearm during the first inning, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

    The left-hander was struck by a 109-mph line drive off the bat of Harold Ramirez, who was the third batter of the game. Gonzales recorded one out and allowed a run on a walk and a hit before exiting the contest. The Mariners will likely update his status later Wednesday.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Can't escape fifth inning Thursday

    Gonzales did not factor in the decision against Texas on Thursday, pitching 4.2 innings and allowing six runs (two earned) on six hits and one walk while striking out six.

    Seattle staked Gonzales to a first-inning five-run lead, but he gave a pair of those runs back in the second frame before getting through the third and fourth unscathed. Things fell apart for the left-hander in the fifth, however, when his infield committed three errors behind him. Gonzales had a chance to get out of the mess allowing just one run, but he gave up three straight two-out, extra-base hits -- including a two-run homer off the bat of Nick Solak -- to be chased from the contest. His fantasy managers will be comforted by the fact that just two of the six runs he yielded were earned, and he also managed six strikeouts in the outing. Gonzales' next start is tentatively scheduled to come Wednesday in Tampa Bay.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Goes seven innings in win

    Gonzales (1-1) picked up the win in Friday's 11-1 victory over Houston, allowing one run on four hits with six strikeouts in seven innings.

    Gonzales held a formidable Houston lineup scoreless through six innings until surrendering a lone run in the seventh on two hits. It was an excellent rebound from permitting six runs in two innings last Sunday, as the 30-year-old surrendered half as many baserunners in five more innings pitched. He lines up to toe the rubber next against Texas on Thursday.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Takes loss against Twins

    Gonzales (0-1) was tagged with the loss Sunday against the Twins after allowing six runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks while fanning one across two innings.

    Gonzales didn't have major command issues as 36 of his 61 pitches went for strikes, but he served up three homers in just two innings and just couldn't continue on the mound past the first two frames. This wasn't the debut that the Mariners or the southpaw were expecting, as Gonzales has posted an ERA below the 4.00 mark in each of his last three seasons. He will try to bounce back when he pitches again -- he's tabbed to start against the Astros on April 15.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Shines in final tune-up

    Gonzales allowed two earned runs on four hits over six innings while recording five strikeouts in a Cactus League win over the Diamondbacks on Monday. He also hit a batter.

    The left-hander allowed a couple of extra-base hits, including a solo home run to Neyfy Castillo, but he was otherwise in fine form in his final start of Cactus League play. Gonzales will no longer function as the de facto ace of the staff with Robbie Ray in the fold, but he enjoyed a productive spring that included three starts with two or fewer earned runs allowed as well as 12 strikeouts over his last pair of outings.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Appears in midseason form

    Gonzales fired four scoreless innings during his second Cactus League start Friday against the White Sox, allowing two hits and three walks while recording a strikeout.

    The left-hander has now logged seven scoreless frames across his first two Cactus League turns, flashing the same consistency that's become his trademark during his last four seasons in Seattle. Gonzales checks in as a clear No. 2 in the rotation in 2022 with Robbie Ray arriving this offseason, but if early returns are any indication, he looks primed for his fourth double-digit win tally in the last five campaigns.

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  • Mariners' Marco Gonzales: Solid in first exhibition action

    Gonzales started Friday's Cactus League loss to the Padres and allowed an unearned run on two hits over three innings. He struck out one.

    The left-hander could hardly have asked for a better start to spring action, with Gonzales looking like he hadn't missed a beat following another solid season in 2021. The veteran got good work in while facing 12 batters overall and will potentially bump up to four innings in his next Cactus League outing at some point in the coming week.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 199 lbs
Birthplace: Fort Collins, CO
Age: 30
Experience: 4
Bats/Throws: L, L