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Mariners Vodcast: Catching up with players and more during shutdown Shannon Drayer has you covered, catching up with two Mariners, Mariners Radio man Gary Hill and MLB's Melanie LeGrande.
Mariners' Sheffield on how a 'reset' at Double-A led to surge in confidence Justus Sheffield was a bright spot at Mariners spring training, due in large part to a demotion to Double-A last year, which helped get him back on track.
The History of the Seattle Mariners, Part 2 This was a group of guys, serving their time together before being scattered to the winds, leaving behind nothing but the odd prank and the vague stench of misery. Now the trajectory of the Seattle Mariners changes from sketch comedy to actual, bonafide narrative.
Why Jerry Dipoto is my "Ride or Die" for Seattle Mariners Rebuild The Seattle Mariners are rebuilding. Not pretending to be or trying to convince us that 81 wins are "good enough" to avoid a true tear down. Seattle has been bad for most of the past 18 years, but they haven't actually rebuilt. At least, not until 2018.
From Ichiro to Felix to LEGOs: A look at two decades of Mariners season previews Normally, it would baseball season already. In the spirit of that, here are some highlights of Seattle Times Mariners previews in the paper over the past 20 years.
The Mariners Might've Struck DFA Gold No, not that Austin Adams from Detroit / Minnesota. The one who pitched with Washington / Seattle in 2019. With all due respect to Minnesota / Detroit Austin Adams, it's the Seattle version that particularly intrigues to this onlooker.
Mariners 'preview': Looking at the 1990 team before Johnson's no-hitter Harold Reynolds, 2B Henry Cotto, LF Alvin Davis, 1B Jeffrey Leonard, DH Ken Griffey Jr., CF Edgar Martinez, 3B Jay Buhner, RF Scott Bradley, C Mike Brumley, SS. Randy Johnson, P. Tigers. Tony Phillips, 2B Alan Trammell, SS Gary Ward, LF Cecil Fielder, 1B Chet Lemon, RF Mike Heath, C Tracy Jones, DH Ed Romero, 3B Ken Williams, CF.
Classic Mariners Games: Randy Johnson's No-Hitter The defense playing behind Johnson was a who's who of Mariners legends, including future Baseball Hall of Famers Ken Griffey Junior and Edgar Martinez. Harold Reynolds scored the first run of the game in the bottom of the 1st on Jeffrey Leonard's RBI-groundout.
On This Date: Ken Griffey Jr. Makes Major League Debut It was 31 years ago today at the Oakland-Alameda Coliseum that Ken Griffey Junior made his Major League debut at the age of 19, less than two years after being selected 1st overall by the Mariners in the 1987 Draft.
FanPost Friday: How'd that first week of the season go? Copy and paste the template below into the comment section and give us your best guesses on results and the Mariners players with the highest / lowest WPA for each game. All right, let's hear it!
On this day in 1989: Mariners' Ken Griffey Jr. starts Hall of Fame career with double in first MLB at-bat "You want to win, but the signs were good, strong. Intensity like that is what we were talking about all spring, what we were shooting for.
Sporcle Friday: Mariners Opening Day Starters I learned that the mariners have played the twins a lot on opening day.
Re-grading Jerry Dipoto's trades as Mariners GM: Trade #1 Jerry Dipoto was hired as the GM of the Seattle Mariners just before the end of the 2015 season and in that time, he's made more than 100 trades. How did t…
Drayer: Mariners' Dipoto, Servais share updates on how team is operating Both Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais made appearances Thursday on 710 ESPN Seattle, with Dipoto joining Danny and Gallant from his home in Seattle and Servais calling into Tom, Jake and Stacy from Colorado. Mariners Check-In: How Marco Gonzales is handling unexpected off-time.
Lone Star Ball Rewatch Thread - Texas Rangers @ Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers @ Seattle Mariners. Wednesday, May 29, 2019. T-Mobile Park. RHP Jose Leclerc vs RHP Wade LeBlanc. Back in the final days of May last season, the Rangers were in Seattle and teetering back and forth on the.500 line.
Classic Mariners: Ichiro returns, last Félix opening day start in 2018 The Mariners' 2018 season opener. The start to the final season before the big tear down, step back, re-imagination, rebuild - whatever you want to call it.
Mariners Release Cody Anderson The Mariners have released righty Cody Anderson, as per the roundup of pre-roster freeze transactions from Chris Hilburn-Trenkle of Baseball America. He had been in camp as a non-roster player. Anderson joined the Seattle organization in mid-February, representing his first time with another club after nine years in the Indians system.
On this day in 2001: Ichiro translates to season-opening win for Mariners in legend's MLB debut When Ichiro perfectly dragged the ball down the first-base line after Carlos Guillen drew a leadoff walk, the ball's placement and the batter's speed to first led to a throwing error by A's pitcher Jim Mecir that let Guillen advance to third.
Checking in with Marco Gonzales Since joining the Mariners via trade in 2017, Marco Gonzales has been a model of consistency, quietly ranking among the most productive starting pitchers in the American League.
Trade Retrospective: How the Mariners lost Juan Gonzalez Sometimes it is nice to think about the road not traveled. But the Mariners road not traveled is often filled with potential gold mines.
How the Seattle Mariners' Lineup Dynasty Was Assembled When Ken Griffey Junior made his major league debut on Opening Day 1989, the Seattle Mariners had yet to put together a winning season in the 12 years since they'd joined the league as an expansion team. And while there was hope that "The Kid" would be the savior, it wasn't clear if they had the in-house talent to become a perennial contender.
Lookout Landing Podcast 108: Killing Time with Nick Stillman Multiple epidemiologists from highly respected universities are saying this podcast rules.
Mariners Moose Tracks, 4/2/20: Sam Delaplane, Shin-Soo Choo, and Griffin Canning Some links to get your Thursday started.
Transaction Retrospection: An Arizona-Seattle Blockbuster MLBTR's Steve Adams just recapped the notable trades that Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto has made dating back to his hiring late in the 2015 season. That was an unenviable task when you consider the eye-popping amount of deals that Trader Jerry has swung since he arrived in Seattle.
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