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King Felix – It Never Gets Old

Over the weekend, the Seattle Mariners improved their record from 11-17 to 14-17 with a three game sweep of the Oakland A’s. Capping off the sweep was another brilliant performance from Felix Hernandez. Hernandez became the first pitcher in the AL this year to win 6 games and, on a more historical note, became the […]

Nelson Cruz

No, It’s Not Time To Panic, Seattle Mariners Fans

Coming off a 4-6 road trip that was lowlighted by being swept by the Houston Astros, the Seattle Mariners, with an 11-17 overall record, return home tonight to face the Oakland A’s.  Given the high expectations for this season after the acquisition of Nelson Cruz to fill the much needed role of big right handed […]

Robinson Cano

Seattle Mariners – Chicken Little Served With Garlic Fries

The sky is not actually falling, Seattle Mariners fans. Despite the early cries of “Same old Mariners!” echoing from the corners of Dave and Edgar, all is not as it seems. A slow start has been a shock to the systems of M’s fans far too eager to buy into the World Series hype the […]

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Room For Improvement – The Seattle Mariners After 15 Games

Fifteen games down, 147 to go. I wrote something similar last season when the Seattle Mariners got off to a slow start in April. Had the Mariners gone 6-9 in any stretch during, say, mid June, no one would even notice. But the freshness of the season and the high expectations surrounding this ball club […]

Seth Smith

Get Well Soon, Seth Smith

Seth Smith sat out the Seattle Mariners’ 5-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday due to tightness in his groin. He’s currently listed as day to day. His absence from the lineup forced manager Lloyd McClendon to make some moves Mariners fans should hope he doesn’t have to make often, namely playing Nelson […]

Kyle Seager

Kyle Seager Can Lead The Seattle Mariners To The Postseason

In 2009, the Seattle Mariners selected Dustin Ackley with the second overall pick in the MLB draft.  Looking back with the benefit of hindsight, one could question the logic of selecting Ackley ahead of arguably the best player in baseball, a 5-tool stud in Mike Trout. But that would be unfair. Several teams passed on […]

Joey Cora

Seattle Mariners Don’t Disappoint On Opening Day

Yesterday was another Opening Day in the books.  Though I’ve been to my fair share, there was something certainly different about this particular afternoon game.  The Seattle Mariners have made big moves before, acquiring big names and generating talk about a future in October, but the buzz this year looks to be more legitimate than […]

Rickie Weeks

In New Digs, Rickie Weeks Looks To Make Most Of Chance With Seattle Mariners

Not many baseball players in this day and age stick around with one team for very long. Ever since free-agency leaped into the forefront, baseball has been largely built around high turnover with very few players donning one cap for the duration of their careers, let alone three or four years. The Philadelphia Phillies have multiple players […]

Felix Hernandez

Seattle Mariners Spring Training Preview – Outfielders And Pitchers

Left Field: Projected Starter: Dustin Ackley/Rickie Weeks Projected Backup: Justin Ruggiano Dark Horse: Alex Jackson The plan in left field is a platoon of two former top prospects.  Ackley struggled defensively at second base, and his average dropped off a cliff at the start of the year, ending at .245.  It is encouraging that he […]

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Seattle Mariners Spring Training Preview – Infield Position Players

Catcher: Projected Starter: Mike Zunino Projected Backup: John Hicks Dark Horse: John Baker Zunino is the future for the Seattle Mariners behind the plate.  Ranked by Baseball America as Seattle’s second best player under the age of 25, his spot is virtually assured.  Seattle fans would like to see him hit over .200 for a […]

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Seattle Mariners Search For Their Own 12th Man

It is often said that the home support at any sporting event can help tip the balance for the home team, giving them an advantage over their opponents. This phenomenon is widely known as the “12th man” effect—equating the crowd to having an extra player on the field. In Seattle, supporters of the Seahawks in […]

Rickie Weeks

Rickie Weeks – Another Platoon Piece For The Seattle Mariners

Last week, the Seattle Mariners added another right handed bat in former Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks. The Mariners and Weeks agreed to a club friendly $2 million / one year deal, with built in incentives in the unlikely event he’s used as more than a platoon against left handed pitching at the corner […]

Robinson Cano

In Lineup Bolstered By Offseason Moves, Robinson Cano Can Take Seattle Mariners To New Heights

Last offseason, Robinson Cano stunned the baseball world by choosing to sign with the Seattle Mariners over re-signing with the New York Yankees. In doing so, he left the hallowed Yankees scrambling for the franchise’s new face following Derek Jeter’s impending farewell season and changed coasts relishing in the chance to bring the Mariners their first World […]

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