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Mariners have a problem with lineup

I intended the other day to blog about the Mariners top three hitters and why their should be some juggling at the top. Having your best on-base hitters batting number one and two improves your chances of getting on base for the sluggers-if you have any. 403 more words


Players to Know for 2014

SS Brad Miller, Seattle Mariners

He is a fairly tall, athletic shortstop.  He’s good all-around on offense but his glove is the question mark.  He could be a Jed Lowrie type player, although Miller is bigger.   629 more words

The losses that kill and haunt you

Every team has agonizing losses, games that should have been won, yet slipped away by a ball hitting a pebble, one slight bobble, or one light little blooper. 481 more words


Felix's Brilliance Wasted In 9th

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The ace pitchers were out of the game, and the Seattle Mariners had the lead with two outs in the ninth inning. 715 more words


Game 14 + Minors Rewind: Rodney Danger

== Highly flammable 9th inning in Arlington ==

Let’s hope that Fernando Rodney and Brad Miller don’t make a habit of this.

Because it was all going according to plan. 530 more words


Mariners set to call up Nick Franklin from Triple-A

Second baseman Nick Franklin lost his job when the Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a monster contract and then predictably failed to beat out Brad Miller for the shortstop gig during spring training, at which point the Mariners sent him back to Triple-A. 112 more words

Robinson Cano is a Small Sample Size Survivor

The Mariner’s offense is off to an odd start. Some nights looking like the 1927 New York Yankees, while looking pitiful on others.

Most (if not all) would attest this to the extremely high K%, both by the team and by individuals. 617 more words

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