Mills pitched at 1-2-3 inning for the Mariners on Saturday. On Monday he spoke to the media about the role both Gonzaga and Spokane played in his debut.
SEATTLE — If there’s anyone who’s through and through Washington, it’s Wyatt Mills.
The Spokane native grew up cheering for the Mariners, then went to Gonzaga, then got drafted by the M’s. The dream he’d had since he was a little boy became a reality on Saturday night.
“Hopefully, I can just help this team win. That’s all I want, is the Mariners to win for the Northwest,” said Mills in a Monday media availability.
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