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Prospect-Palooza Hitter Heatmap

== Bundling up on prospect stuff ==

You may have noticed that we are letting the daily coverage slip in order to provide more in-depth articles.  693 more words


Brayan Hernandez taking batting practice with M's prior to Thursday's game

This will be a quick, twitter-like post. Venezuelan 16-year-old free agent Brayan Hernandez was seen taking batting practice with the Mariners prior to their game Thursday against the Orioles. 127 more words


A tale of record men and the history of the industry

L. Kent Wolgamott interviews Gareth Murphy, author of the recently released Cowboys & Indies book:

In 1927, 104 million records were sold in the United States.

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Game 92 + Minors Rewind: Bartender Can't Mix Up a Win

== But not really a discouraging loss ==

The much-vaunted “bullpen game” ended up not being too much different from most recent Mariners games.  Good pitching gave the M’s a chance to win, and the outcome depended on whether the offense could put runs on the board.  583 more words


Game 84 + Minors Rewind: Run Total is Astronomical

== Iwakuma is back, and the team is looking innnnterrrrresting ==

For two consecutive starts, Hisashi Iwakuma looked like not quite his real self, and the Brooks Baseball charts confirmed that his famed splitter or “shuuto” was not getting quite the usual “bite” or vertical movement.  477 more words


Automated Payment Transaction Tax (APT) - Level the playing field

Tax policy in New Zealand seems to be a perpetual game of fiddle and tweak by the two major parties, with one unintended consequence after another as various forms of income are taxed at different rates (or not at all). 1,198 more words

New Zealand Politics

Mariners Minors Squalls + Rewind 06/27/14: Traffic Jam

== The freeway on-ramp is running out of room ==

With the promotion of D.J. Peterson, the Mariners have moved pretty much all of their advanced hitting prospects to AA or AAA, and it’s going to be hard to get playing time for everyone. 786 more words