206 Clicks: Mariners Losing Streak Continues, Seahawks Draft Analysis

Seattle 1, Tampa Bay 3 [box]: Will the Mariners be playing meaningful games in June? Here's a better question. Will Michael Saunders still be leading the team in home runs? Saunders jacked a solo shot on Tuesday — and that was the only highlight. Jeff Sullivan brings out some positives from the loss at Lookout Landing. Seattle (11-14) vs. Tampa Bay (16-8), 4:10 p.m. PT, ROOT Sports, 6.5 games back


Read more Seattle sports links after the jump.

Tuesday's Tweet of the Night:

  • Alex Akita from Seattle Sportsnet compares Bruce Irvin and Aaron Curry. There's a lesson to be learned on how we form expectations as fans.
  • Art Thiel from Sports Press NW writes that the Seahawks made their draft decisions not caring or thinking of what everyone else's reaction would be. This is a comforting feeling. I'd much rather have Pete Carroll and John Schneider calling the shots for the Seahawks than Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr.
  • The Slipper Still Fits is getting giddy about recruiting season. Read about Gonzaga's latest targets here.
  • Jerry Brewer talks sports journalism with Hawkblogger in a podcast. The Seattle Times columnist drops some great advice for any aspiring sports writers out there.
  • Ted Miller from ESPN lists the Pac-12's 2013 NFL Draft prospects — no Huskies make the list.

SB Nation hands out NFC West Draft Grades:

2012 NFL Draft Grades and Analysis: NFC West Edition (via sbnation)

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