You gotta be kidding me

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Who else watched the Mariners come back from a 4th inning 7-0 deficit against the Astros to win 8-11 on a 2 out grand slam by Dylan Moore in the bottom of the 8th?

The Mariners have won four straight come from behind divisional games and are a game out of the wild card spot at 9 games over .500. What is going on in Seattle. These kids are so young but they are fighting for every game. The M’s have seen 53 players on their 26-man roster this year due to injury after injury and somehow they are still in the hunt for the playoffs.

What a ballgame. This is why I love baseball.

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Ugh… Yeah, that was quite the ballgame, indeed. I never trust any lead and those M’s just kept chippin’! 😕
Super weird game. Baseball is crazy!

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I saw them twice when they came through Texas back in May and they looked like a AA team (so did the Rangers, to be fair). I remember looking at the scoreboard and I think their #5-#9 guys all had an OPS under .600. So good for them if some of their kids have figured it out. If I'm not mistaken, Taylor Trammell was about 100 points shy of the Mendoza line lol.

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LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOO

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@gmoney-1234_psn said in You gotta be kidding me:

Who else watched the Mariners come back from a 4th inning 7-0 deficit against the Astros to win 8-11 on a 2 out grand slam by Dylan Moore in the bottom of the 8th?

The Mariners have won four straight come from behind divisional games and are a game out of the wild card spot at 9 games over .500. What is going on in Seattle. These kids are so young but they are fighting for every game. The M’s have seen 53 players on their 26-man roster this year due to injury after injury and somehow they are still in the hunt for the playoffs.

What a ballgame. This is why I love baseball.

I don’t really consider the game against the A’s on Saturday a come from behind win. They were leading the game way longer than the A’s ever did. But still is an amazing run!

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It's the only major sport where a massive comeback is always possible, because there's no clock. Basketball, hockey, football, soccer... at some point you simply cannot come back to win if there's not enough time to make up enough points or goals. Baseball? You just never know. (Well, until the third out.)