Mike Leake won his first start for the Seattle Mariners, who need their new starting pitcher to do it again against the Angels.
Mike Leake won his first start for the Seattle Mariners, who need their new starting pitcher to do it again against the Angels. Ted S. Warren AP
Mike Leake won his first start for the Seattle Mariners, who need their new starting pitcher to do it again against the Angels. Ted S. Warren AP

Mariners need their new pitcher to be an ace against Angels

September 07, 2017 02:36 PM

More Videos

  • In 90 Seconds: Who is Shohei Ohtani?

    With 174 strikeouts pitched and and 22 home runs batted in 2016, Japanese baseball player Shohei Ohtani is exceptional on both sides of the ball. Learn more about Ohtani before he signs his MLB contract and brings his talents stateside.