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Casey Sadler earned the hold on Thursday against Oakland, allowing one hit over two shutout innings with two strikeouts.
Sadler extended his current scoreless streak out of the Mariners bullpen to 22.2 innings. He has been a consistent and underrated part of a very strong Mariners bullpen all season. The last run he allowed was on July 25 against the Athletics.
Casey Sadler earned his third hold of the season Friday against the Angels, tossing a quick 1-2-3 seventh inning.
Sadler is boasting a 1.64 ERA so far this season, proving to be a very reliable asset in the middle innings for a Mariners bullpen that continues to be one of the best units in the league early on this year.
Casey Sadler earned his second hold of the season Wednesday against Houston, recording the final out of the sixth inning.
Sadler entered the game with a runner on second base and two outs. He surrendered an RBI single to Carlos Correa, but that run was charged to Justin Dunn.
Casey Sadler allowed one run on two hits in one inning of relief Thursday against Boston.
Sadler entered the game out of the bullpen in the seventh inning. After Enrique Herndandez opened up the inning with a triple, Sadler was able to strike out Alex Verdugo for the first out of the inning. He was able to get ahead 0-2 quickly against J.D. Martinez before a wild pitch by Sadler allowed Rodriguez to score.
Casey Sadler recorded two outs in the seventh inning Sunday against Houston, earning his first hold of the season.
Sadler has been part of a Mariners bullpen that has been rock solid as of late.