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Best of 2015 baseball photos take a bow

My end-of-year photo blog post started off including all sports, but being as I shot 54 baseball games (nearly doubling my previous record of 28), I simply had too many photos for it to make a gallery that didn’t glaze over viewers eyes – or my own for that matter. 1,309 more words

Mariners Sign Iannetta To A One Year Deal

By: Joey Segur

The Seattle Mariners and Jerry Dipoto sign Chris Iannetta to a one year deal earlier yesterday giving him the potential starting job while Zunino works some things out. 230 more words

AL West

Mariners Sign Chris Iannetta, Baseball Community Says "Meh"

The first free agent signing of Jerry Dipoto‘s new regime in Seattle seemed to be the most obvious one:

#Mariners sign catcher Chris Iannetta to one-year deal.

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Seattle Mariners

Will Mariners new GM Dipoto trade Nelson Cruz

Jerry Dipoto, the Mariners new GM, has a massive overhaul ahead of him. And his options are limited. Here are the problems he faces. Only two starting pitchers, a bullpen best known as an arson squad, no outfielders, no catching depth, and who’s on first. 521 more words

Baseball

Zunino and Taylor Looking to Improve in Arizona

By: Joey Segur

With the season wrapping up for the Tacoma Rainiers, Mike Zunino, and Chris Taylor head to Arizona for the Instructional League to work on their offense. 222 more words

MLB

Seattle Mariners Trade P Fernando Rodney, Fire GM Jack Zduriencik, and Demote C Mike Zunino

Christmas arrived early for Mariners fans everywhere, as the club traded much-maligned pitcher Fernando Rodney on Thursday, and then headed into the weekend by firing General Manager Jack Zduriencik after 7 years, and promptly demoted Mike Zunino, one of the worst hitters in baseball. 332 more words

Sports

Mariners Fire GM Zduriencik

By: Nathan Douglas

It is official. The once highly anticipated 2015 Mariners have hit rock bottom. Friday morning marked the end of an era for Seattle baseball, as GM Jack Zduriencik was relieved of his duties with the Seattle Mariners. 273 more words

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