M’s update

  • Thursday, July 6, 2006 9:00pm
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Opponent: Detroit Tigers

When: 7:05 p.m. Friday, 7:05 p.m. Saturday, 1:05 p.m. Sunday.

Where: Safeco Field

TV: KSTW (Ch. 11), Friday; FSN (cable), Saturday and Sunday.

Radio: KOMO (1000 AM), all three games.

Probable starting pitchers:

Friday – Seattle right-hander Joel Pineiro (6-7, 5.86 earned run average) vs. right-hander Jeremy Bonderman (7-4, 3.65)

Saturday – Left-hander Jarrod Washburn (4-8, 4.75) vs. right-hander Zach Miner (5-1, 2.68)

Sunday – Right-hander Felix Hernandez (8-8, 4.95) vs. left-hander Nate Robertson (8-4, 3.35).

Successful surgeries

Center fielder Jeremy Reed had a metal plate attached to his broken right thumb Thursday morning, and doctors called the surgery a success.

Dr. Carleton Keck, a hand specialist, operated on Reed. His recovery period is expected to be eight weeks.

Later Thursday, infielder/outfielder Mike Morse had a torn meniscus in his right knee surgically repaired by Dr. Edward Khalfayan, the team orthopedist. Morse, optioned to Class AAA Tacoma after the Mariners acquired Eduardo Perez, injured the knee Sunday while playing for the Rainiers.

Of note: The Mariners have been shut out 10 times this season, most in the American League, and no pitcher has been a victim of the slim run support than Jamie Moyer. The M’s have been shut out in five of the games he has started. … Moyer has pitched at least seven innings in his past four starts. … Tonight’s starter for the Tigers, Jeremy Bonderman, is a Pasco native.

Kirby Arnold, Herald Writer

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