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5 Bold Mariners Predictions

The Mariners are on the mend. Early 2015 hadn’t gone as well as planned, but .500 is here at last. And the team looks to be figuring out its weaknesses. 484 more words

Seattle Mariners

Fernando Rodney’s arrow not as high as his ERA

Fernando Rodney has blown another save for the Mariners. Should Seattle make a change at the closer spot, or keep Rodney as closer and hope for the best? 11 more words


Seager's Grand Slam, Extra Innings Home Run Save Mariners

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Kyle Seager’s grand slam put the Seattle Mariners up by three runs in the eighth inning Tuesday night. It turned out it wasn’t quite enough. 696 more words


BLOW-PEN REPORT: Fernando Rodney and His Broken Arrow

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For me personally, as an Angels fan, I grew to hate current Mariners closer Fernando Rodney because of his erratic control and inability to close out games cleanly as he converted just 17 of 28 save opportunities with a 4.32 ERA, 1.59 WHIP, and 79 K/63 BB in 100 IP with the Angels from 2010-11.   810 more words

Fantasy Baseball

Seattle navigates to victory in Baltimore: Mariners at Orioles 5.20.15

The last time I was at Camden Yards, it was August of 2007 and Johan Santana pitched for the Minnesota Twins as the reigning American League Cy Young Award winner. 1,507 more words


Pictures: Mariners at Orioles 5.20.15

The Mariners were in town for my first game at Camden Yards in eight seasons. Justin Ruggiano, a former Marlin, homered in the game, propelling Seattle to a 4-2 victory. 132 more words

Games I Attended

Elias Earns First Win Of The Season As Mariners Top Orioles

BALTIMORE (AP) — Roenis Elias didn’t do anything much differently in his fifth start of the season for the Seattle Mariners.

As usual, the left-hander displayed solid control, stifled the opposing offense and kept his team in the game. 710 more words