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Ups and Downs

I’ve gone a few days without catching even a sliver of a game, but I read that last night Edwin Diaz had a perfect inning… 94 more words

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Bob Galasso

It was the spring of 1981 and I was in the sixth grade. We were out playing basketball during our lunch hour when I heard the taunting begin. 571 more words

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They Grow Up...and Then They're Gone

Note: I began drafting this post last month and decided I had better finish it after hearing the news yesterday that Toys R Us has decided to shutter its stores. 432 more words

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Sliding into an Opening Day Spot

Mariners’ pitcher, Ariel Miranda, hoped to gain a starting rotation spot on opening day.

Miranda a left-handed pitcher that worked hard on perfecting his slider is competing for the fifth spot in the starting pitching rotation for opening day. 148 more words

Top Five Dark Horse MLB Contenders For 2018

Every year, there is a team that you didn’t expect to make the postseason. For example, the Minnesota Twins shocked the baseball world by making the playoffs and actually took an early lead against the New York Yankees in the Wild Card round. 311 more words


1998 Upper Deck Pepsi Seattle Mariners


For the second consecutive year, Upper Deck produced a regional set, sponsored by Pepsi, for the Seattle Mariners. The 1998 Upper Deck Pepsi Seattle Mariners cards were individually wrapped and available in stores and Seattle-area restaurants. 734 more words

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Seattle Mariners: Will Ryan Cook ever fulfill his potential?

After recovering from Tommy John surgery, Ryan Cook is hoping to finally justify why the Seattle Mariners signed him in 2016.

With spring training well underway for the… 467 more words

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