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Mariners' Jack Larsen: Fracture will require surgery
Larsen's fractured hamate bone will require surgery, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Larsen was playing well as a non-roster invitee in camp and had a slim chance of winning one of the backup spots on the Seattle bench for Opening day. When he returns, it will now all but assuredly be at Triple-A Tacoma.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: Has hamate bone injury
Larsen is dealing with a hamate bone injury, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports.
It's an injury which usually requires surgery, although that hasn't been confirmed yet. Larsen is in camp as a non-roster invitee and is likely slated for Triple-A Tacoma once healthy.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: Remains in organization
Larsen cleared waivers and was outrighted to Double-A Arkansas on Thursday.
Larsen was designated for assignment by Seattle earlier this week but will stick in the organization after passing through waivers unclaimed. The 27-year-old made his MLB debut last weekend and struck out in his lone plate appearance.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: DFA'd by Seattle
Larsen was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Tuesday.
Larsen was optioned to Double-A Arkansas earlier Tuesday and has now lost his spot on the 40-man roster. He made his big-league debut Sunday and struck out in his lone plate appearance.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: Headed back to Double-A
The Mariners optioned Larsen to Double-A Arkansas on Tuesday.
Two days after getting his first call to the majors and starting in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Astros, Larsen will return to Double-A. The Mariners' outfield depth is still being tested by a multitude of injuries, but waiver pickup Travis Jankowski was added to the active roster Tuesday and will give Seattle a more experienced backup option than Larsen.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: Logs one plate appearance in debut
Larsen, promoted from Double-A Arkansas earlier in the day, struck out in his only plate appearance before being replaced as part of a double switch in the fifth inning of Sunday's extra-inning loss to the Astros.
The rookie is making the jump to the majors without the benefit of even a single plate appearance at the Triple-A level, so he could certainly have an uphill battle for whatever time he's up with the big-league club. The current absences of Julio Rodriguez (wrist), Dylan Moore (back) and Mitch Haniger (ankle) have rendered Seattle particularly thin in the outfield, meaning Larsen should have at least a handful more opportunities to get exposure to big-league arms before he heads back to the minors.... See More ... See Less
Mariners' Jack Larsen: Called up, starting in MLB debut
The Mariners selected Larsen's contract from Double-A Arkansas on Sunday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. He'll start in right field and bat ninth in his MLB debut in Houston.
Seattle brought Larsen and Jarred Kelenic aboard from the minors to serve as replacements in the outfield for Julio Rodriguez (wrist) and Dylan Moore (back) after both were placed on the 10-day injured list ahead of Sunday's series finale. Though Larsen -- who slashed .260/.367/.405 with six home runs and six steals in 360 plate appearances at Arkansas -- is getting the start in the outfield Sunday alongside Jesse Winker and Adam Frazier, Kelenic is the likelier candidate to fill in for Rodriguez as a lineup regular. The decision to start Larsen in Houston is likely a result of Kelenic not being scheduled to arrive at the ballpark until after first pitch, according to Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-1, 195 lbs|
|Birthplace: Newport Beach, CA|
|Bats/Throws: L, L|