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As promised a while ago, here’s some video from my recent trip to Jackson, Tenn., which I finally learned how to post. Now there’s going to be no stopping me. I apologize in advance — it’s a little shaky, particularly at first, but I learned some things that hopefully will serve me well in the future. There are also annoying wind sounds, but I’m not sure how to prevent that.
I also have video of a few players in action that might interest you that I’ll post soon. For now, here’s a video that I hope gives a little flavor of what it’s like to watch the Jackson Generals — perhaps the most talked-about team in all of minor-league baseball — in action at Pringles Park.
Oh, and here’s today’s Mariners minor-league report, along with
Taijuan Walker was lifted from his start yesterday with two outs in the third inning because of injury. Relax, it’s not his golden arm. The word I’m getting is that Walker turned his ankle covering first base and that it doesn’t appear serious. More like a day-to-day thing with the ballclub not taking any chances with one of their top prospects. Farm director Chris Gwynn told me in an e-mail this morning that Walker “should be fine.” So everyone can get off the ledge.