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Trade for Ryan Braun, Future Mariners First Baseman

Warning, this article is going to test the limits of your imagination.

Whoa boy!

Before we get specific, let’s look at the larger picture: The Mariners need more offense. 803 more words

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The Man Who Would Be King Felix

When he collected his first strikeout, as a 19 year-old in 2005—it was Pudge Rodriguez—Hernandez was all braun, firing fastballs like unguided ordnance. He’s since become a fair bit brainier, and notably more virtuosic; Hernandez seemed, for the bulk of last season’s 248 strikeouts, to be several strategic steps ahead of every unfortunate facing him from in the box.

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2015 Seattle Mariners Top Prospects: #2 D.J. Peterson

2014 was a breakout year for the Seattle Mariners, but an array of intriguing prospects could mean the best is yet to come.

3. D.J. Peterson… 297 more words

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Josh Hamilton is starting in left field and batting fifth for the Rangers today

Josh Hamilton is making his return to the Rangers today, starting in left field and batting fifth against the Indians in Cleveland.

In returning from both shoulder surgery and relapses in substance abuse it’ll be Hamilton’s first MLB game action since last October and his first start for the Rangers since the 2012 playoffs. 78 more words

Churchill: Fixing The Mariners

The Seattle Mariners are big business. Yes, they’re a Major League Baseball team, but it’s a $9 billion industry and the M’s are a business. That business has invested heavily in the product in the form of Robinson Cano’s $240 million contract, the $175 million value of King Felix’s deal and the $58 million guaranteed handed out to Nelson Cruz this past winter. 2,081 more words

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Mariners Improve to Mediocre: Week #7 Review

Robinson Cano… sigh…

Record:  20-23 (3-3);  3rd in AL West, 8 GB

Who’s hot

Kyle Seager is back! The Mariners’ All-Star, Gold Glove, super awesome third baseman has a ten game hitting streak that includes three home runs. 311 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays beat Seattle Mariners without Jose Bautista in the lineup after he opts for a cortisone injection to mend shoulder

TORONTO – In the morning, before the Blue Jays beat the Mariners 8-2, sore-shouldered Jose Bautista gave a smile of apparent resignation when asked how his daily throwing sessions were going. 1,016 more words

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