Seattle Mariners probable pitchers & starting lineups vs. Cincinnati Reds, April 16

Can the Mariners pick up their first series win in game 2 against the Reds?
Cincinnati Reds v Seattle Mariners
Cincinnati Reds v Seattle Mariners / Steph Chambers/GettyImages

The Mariners put together their most complete game of the season in yesterday's 9-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds. George Kirby was back to his normal self, and the offense exploded for nine runs in this one. It seemed like everyone contributed, with all players other than J.P. Crawford getting a hit. Can the Mariners keep it going in Game 2 and win their first series of the year?

Probable Starting Pitchers

  • Logan Gilbert will be on the bump for the Mariners, as he looks to continue to his dominant start to the season. Gilbert has struck out seven or more batter in his first three starts. He was the main reason the Mariners came home with a win in the Toronto series. Gilbert should give the Mariners a fantastic shot to win their first series of the year.
  • The Reds will turn to the hard-throwing Hunter Greene, who struck out nine in his last start against the Brewers, but was also lit up for six runs in what amounted to his worst start of the season. He also gave up two homers. Only three current Mariners have faced Greene: Jorge Polanco, Josh Rojas and Luis Urias. Urias is the only one of the three with a hit against him, homering twice off Greene.

Seattle Mariners starting lineup, April 16

1. J.P. Crawford, SS
2. Julio Rodríguez, CF
3. Jorge Polanco, 2B
4. Mitch Haniger, RF
5. Cal Raleigh, C
6. Mitch Garver, DH
7. Luke Raley, 1B
8. Jonatan Clase, LF
9. Josh Rojas, 3B

Cincinnati Reds starting lineup, April 16

1. Jonathan India, 2B
2. Will Benson, LF
3. Christian Encarnacion-Strand, 1B
4. Spencer Steer, DH
5. Jake Fraley, RF
6. Elly De La Cruz, SS
7. Stuart Fairchild, CF
8. Santiago Espinal, 3B
9. Luke Maile, C

Jeimer Candelario was a late scratch at third, in favor of Espinal, with an illness.

Where can I watch the Seattle Mariners game tonight?

First pitch is at 640 PM PT and can be watched on Root Sports NW for local coverage.

Where can I listen to the Seattle Mariners game tonight?

The radio broadcast will be on KIRO 710 for all fans in the Seattle area with the broadcast signal.