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Excitement and Expectations High in Seattle

Every Monday, I’ve been doing a Mariners Monday post in which I round up news and links from the big league club. For the most part, the pieces have been from local media concerning the minutiae of Spring Training for the M’s. 573 more words


Logan Morrison, Breakout Candidate 2015

Logan Morrison had a bizarre 2014. He joined the Mariners during the off-season, fresh off two knee surgeries. Coming to Seattle, there was no clear position for him. 489 more words

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Seager, Cruz Homer Against Gallardo In Mariners' Win

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — Yovani Gallardo allowed three-run homers to Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 8-0 Sunday. 669 more words


Seattle Mariners 2015 Season Preview

This is one of a series of posts in which I will be breaking down every team in baseball. I am by no means a credible source—merely a casual fan who knows a little about baseball and would like to share my observations. 679 more words

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2015 Mariners Commercials: 'Hawt Corner'

Gold Glove third baseman Kyle Seager is a bit embarrassed when an ‘80s “hair band” is inspired to celebrate his fielding prowess in song. Turns out bullpen mates Charlie Furbush and Tom Wilhelmsen are not only huge fans of Kyle’s, they’re “Hawt Corner’s” biggest fans, too. 101 more words


Churchill: Impact Of Mariners' Depth

Via most reputable dictionaries, ‘Optimal’ is defined as ‘most desirable.’

Not only are the 2015 Seattle Mariners a solid team on paper with enough talent to warrant expectations up to and perhaps past 90 victories, but thanks to the additions over the past nine months, GM Jack Zduriencik and company may have greatly improved their chances for an extended window of opportunity, beyond 2015 and 2016, to achieve something special, something the city of Seattle never has experienced in 39 years of Major League Baseball.

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