The Mariners recalled Kellenick from Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. He would not start in the Astros vs. Mariners series finale.
Kellenic has been busy straightening out his mechanics in Triple-A since mid-May, scoring an impressive .289/.355/.551 slash line with 34 extra-base hits (20 doubles, three triples, 11 home runs). has been constructed. ) and 37 RBI in 248 plate appearances. The production .140/.219/.291 line is in stark contrast to the Kellenic, which originated in more than 30 games before being demoted by the Mariners, and saw the 23-year-old reduce his strike rate by 23.8 percent during his time there. Gave. On the farm after going down on strike at a 37.5 percent clip during his time with the big league club. 710 ESPN Seattle’s Shannon Dreyer reports that Kellenick is unlikely to arrive shortly before Sunday’s 2:10 p.m. ET first pitch in Houston, meaning he’ll only be pinch-hit for the series finale against the Astros. Available in capacity.