Thursday Podcast: Mariners preview on ESPN Radio!

Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

With Phil Naessens waiting for Comcast to drive out to Greece and fix his connection, Alex Hall goes on ESPN Radio Seattle with Gary Hill to preview the Mariners series.

Good morning, Athletics Nation! When I went to get breakfast this morning, I noticed that the refrigerator door was still open because Jim Johnson apparently failed to close it last night.

Phil Naessens is doing some technical upgrades and his internet connection is out of service for a couple of days, so I'll be back on his show next week. In the meantime, I caught up with Gary Hill of 710 ESPN Seattle, and he asked me some questions about the A's as we prepare for a four-game set against the Mariners. My segment begins around 25:00 and goes for 12 minutes. Note: I'm doing it over the phone instead of Skype, so it sounds a bit different than normal, but Gary does a fantastic job producing and editing. Also, keep listening immediately after I'm done to hear the late, legendary Dave Niehaus read the classic poem Casey At The Bat!

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