Red Sox vs Mariners MLB 2022 Live stream (6/11) How to watch online, TV info, time
The Seattle Mariners host the Boston Red Sox in 2022 MLB action on Saturday, June 11 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle. The game will be broadcast live via ESPN+.
Michael Wacha will start on the mound for the Red Sox against fellow right-hander George Kirby for the Mariners. Boston is 31-28 this season, while Seattle is 26-32.
The Red Sox vs. Mariners game begins at 9:10 p.m. Central (10:10 p.m. Eastern) and will be streamed live on ESPN+, which is available for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. NESN and ROOT Sports Northwest will broadcast the game on a regional basis.
A glimpse of what’s happening around the majors today:
Dansby Swanson and the Braves will be looking for their 10th straight win when they host Pittsburgh. Atlanta is already on the longest winning streak in the National League this season.
Bryce Harper, Kyle Schwarber and the Phillies are aiming for their ninth consecutive victory against Arizona. Philadelphia is 7-0 under interim coach Rob Thomson — he’s the first coach to win his first seven games since Joe Morgan won 12 in a row with the Boston Red Sox in 1988.
The Athletics, meanwhile, lost 10 straight after Cleveland rallied for three runs late in the ninth for a 3-2 win.
The A’s are hit in their first double-digit skid since 2011 and were outscored 60-20 during the streak. Oakland has the worst record in the American League at 20-40.
Clint Frazier’s turbulent career took another turn when he was cut by the Chicago Cubs.
The 27-year-old outfielder was slated for assignment following a surprise decision by the team. He was at Yankee Stadium Friday afternoon for the start of the Chicago-New York series and his Cubs uniform was hanging in his locker.
“He was upset. Emotional would be a good word,” manager David Ross said. “I think he likes it a lot here. I think he believes in his baseball skills, which we do too. But it’s just one of those really tough decisions that we have to make sometimes.
Frazier, 27, once a highly regarded prospect, received just 37 at-bats by the Cubs after his difficult tenure with the Yankees. Signed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract, he was batting .216 with three doubles, an RBI and a stolen base in 19 games. He missed over a month due to an appendectomy.
The Cubs have seven days to trade, release or send him directly to minors if he clears the waivers.
THE BENEFITS OF SURGERY
Tampa Bay reliever Andrew Kittredge and Detroit starter Casey Mize are both heading for Tommy John surgery.
Kittredge, an All-Star last season, is the latest Rays reliever to be waived. He joined Nick Anderson, JT Chargois, Pete Fairbanks and JP Feyereisen as key late-inning options who are currently on the injured list.
The 32-year-old right-hander had just returned five days ago from a 17-game absence due to lower back strain. He has five saves in eight attempts and a 3.15 ERA in 17 games.
Mize, the No. 1 pick in the June 2018 draft, is 7-13 with a 4.29 ERA in 39 major league appearances, all starting for the Tigers. The 25-year-old has been on the injured list with a sprained right elbow since April 15 after making two starts this season.
OTTO A NO GO
Rangers rookie Glenn Otto has been placed on the COVID-19 injured list, putting his streak of successful starts on hold.
The 26-year-old right-hander was scheduled to pitch Friday night against the White Sox in Chicago.
Otto is 4-2 with a 4.24 ERA in eight starts. He’s won his last three starts with a 2.25 ERA in the span.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.