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Oh, So Close – The Seattle Mariners Miss the Playoffs

The long arduous baseball season came to an end Sunday afternoon for the Seattle Mariners when they would receive no more help from the lowly Texas Rangers. Behind stellar pitching from Sonny Gray, the Oakland Athletics pulled the rip cord on their free fall in the standings and ensured at least one more game against […]

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The Seattle Mariners, In Heartbreaking Fashion, Miss the Playoffs

The Seattle Mariners’ 2014 season is a wrap. It took 162 games to eliminate the Mariners from post-season for the 13th consecutive year. They did everything they could to push the Oakland Athletics to a one-game playoff for the second wild card spot. Unfortunately for the Mariners, they needed help from the Texas Rangers and […]

Hisashi Iwakuma

Can The Seattle Mariners Pitching Staff Last Another Week Or Two?

With 10 games left in the season the pennant race has turned into a sprint for the two Wild Card spots in the American League. The Seattle Mariners have found themselves in unfamiliar territory. They trail the Oakland Athletics and the Kansas City Royals by a game for the second wild card spot and have […]

Felix Hernandez

How (Un)Lucky Have The Seattle Mariners Been?

In the throes of the NFL season and endless scandals, many Seattle Mariners fans can be forgiven if they didn’t actually see Fernando Rodney walk four hitters in the 10th to lose the game to the Oakland A’s over the weekend. Although it is pretty difficult to walk four batters in one inning, Rodney hasn’t […]

Kendrys Morales

It’s Time To Pull The Plug On Kendrys Morales

All hands on deck for the Seattle Mariners, as they will be facing off against the Oakland Athletics this weekend for a pivotal three game series at Safeco Field. There are 17 games left in the regular season and there is no room for errors. This includes the woeful play of Kendrys Morales. The Mariners […]

Robinson Cano

Seattle Mariners With Toughest Remaining Schedule

With three weeks remaining in the Major League Baseball season, the Seattle Mariners are right in the thick of the AL wild card race, with heavy competition from within their own division and from the AL Central. The Oakland Athletics, Seattle Mariners, and Detroit Tigers (or Kansas City Royals – which ever one doesn’t win […]

Chris Young

Will Seattle Mariners Pitcher Chris Young’s Comeback Year Take A Hit?

Seattle Mariners’ Chris Young might be getting bounced from the rotation. The 6’10 right-hander has pitched poorly recently and could be facing the hook from Manager Lloyd McClendon. The comeback-player of the year candidate has fallen on hard times. On Tuesday, Young didn’t get out of the first inning against the Oakland Athletics. In fact, […]

Robinson Cano

Award Season Coming Up For The Seattle Mariners

The Seattle Mariners are playing winning baseball and are in the thick of a pennant race. Many Mariners are having career years and breakout seasons. Looking at their roster and the numbers they’re accumulating, there’s a good chance that several Mariners players have a chance to take home some regular season hardware. The MVP, CY […]

Felix Hernandez

Why Felix Hernandez Should Win Both The Cy Young And MVP

Over the weekend, Felix Hernandez’s record setting streak of 16 consecutive games pitching at least 7 innings and allowing 2 or fewer runs came to an end when he was taken out after 5 innings in a loss to the Detroit Tigers. The 2 runs he allowed in 5 innings raised his ERA for the […]

Fernando Rodney

A Historic Year For The Seattle Mariners Bullpen

The Mariners pitching staff has been phenomenal this season, with a Major League leading 2.95 ERA that is greatly suppressed by Felix Hernandez’s 180.1 innings and 1.95 ERA. To put this staff’s performance in perspective, the AL average ERA is 3.86, or almost a full run per game higher than the Mariners. This has allowed […]

Kyle Seager

Can The Seattle Mariners Deliver In September?

It’s mid-August and the Seattle Mariners are still relevant. With six weeks left to play, the Mariners are a half game out of the second wild card spot. If they reach the postseason, it will end a drought of 13 years. This is the fun time to be a Mariners fan. Every game matters and […]

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