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Alvin Davis Checks In With MLB Network's Hot Stove

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Mr. Mariner Alvin Davis checked in this morning with Harold Reynolds and Matt Vasgersian on MLB Network’s Hot Stove. 49 more words

Alvin Davis Honored for Community Service

Former Mariners first baseman Alvin Davis has been named the recipient of the 2015 Moose Clausen Community Service Award.

The award is bestowed each fall by the Seattle Mariners RBI Club, a group of active Mariners season ticket holders, to a member of the Mariners organization (active or retired) for significant contributions to the community. 192 more words

The Brains Behind A Fan Favorite Kids Toy Passes Away

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — This past week saw the death of a local man who was the brains behind a toy that became a kids favorite all over the world, the Super Soaker. 120 more words


Seattle Mariners' All-Time Team: First Base

With Dan Wilson being named the Mariners best all-time catcher, we move on to first base.

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Why saying thank you to Mariners Alvin Davis was important

Though my parents brought me up to say thank you and your welcome at appropriate times, I could never master ‘please.’ It sounds too much like begging to me so I never use the word; in fact, I can’t remember the last time I heard anyone say ‘please.’ But thank you is important as this lesson will illustrate. 410 more words


Yes I bought a Seattle Mariner tee-shirt for my monkey

I bought a tee-shirt for my monkey many years ago at a souvenir stand in the Kingdome. It has long blue sleeves, otherwise is white, with a star on the front and the Mariners trident over the star. 411 more words


Emotional Griffey Honored By Seattle Mariners

SEATTLE (AP) — Ken Griffey Jr. kept telling stories, continued to acknowledge his appreciation to the fans and reminisced about his career, even as the scheduled game time came and went. 801 more words

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