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Mariners vs. Mets 7.22.14 Lineups, Pre-game Notes: Walker named starter for Wednesday

We are another day closer to the July 31 trading deadline (leaving nine but who’s counting anyways?), yet still no decisive movement on the Mariners’ front. 869 more words


Can the Mariners Keep Being Good?

By Murphy Powell

In a word, probably. In a few more words, yes, I think they can, but really the season is up in the air at this point. 862 more words


Whether 'tis Nobler in the Mind to Suffer the Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune, or Just to Act Like an A-Hole Closer

At his very best, Fernando Rodney is ludicrous. His pre-scripted bow-and-arrow routine following saves—during which he pulls an imaginary arrow from an imaginary quiver and shoots it with his imaginary bow—is one of the sorriest sights in the sport. 403 more words

Don't Showboat

Joe Smith: 'If You Want To Wake Up Our Lineup, Good Luck'

Fernando Rodney had it coming.

The Seattle closer entered Sunday’s game with a 5-4 lead against the Angels. After getting out of the eighth inning unscathed, Rodney performed his bow-and-arrow routine, sending a phantom arrow to the heart of the Angels’ dugout. 548 more words


Game 98 + Minors Rewind: Broken Arrow

== Failure to launch … ==

Say this about Fernando Rodney: what you see is what you get.

The crooked hat, the bow-and-arrow bit, the inordinate number of baserunners, the occasional blown save. 376 more words


Rodney Is Not Robin Hood

What makes baseball the national pastime? Perhaps it’s its history that spans for more than a century? Maybe it’s the crack of the bat and the slap of leather against a ball? 372 more words

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