The Houston Astros were easily the worst team in baseball last season. Their 55-107 record is something to behold and I don’t mean that in a good way; after all … Continue Reading Taking A Look At The AL West’s Newest Member, The Houston Astros.
The Seattle Mariners are in the midst of a decade long playoff drought. This drought has driven fans away in droves as attendance has plummeted to its lowest levels since … Continue Reading Examining Three Possible Free Agent Hitters For The Mariners
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The 2012 Mariners season has drawn to a close. General Manager Jack Zduriencik has come under a lot of pressure in the last couple of years as the club he … Continue Reading Analyzing the Jack Z Era: Taking a Look at the Win-Loss Records
The 2013 Walls are in black From a fan experience perspective Safeco Field is one of the best ballparks in the Majors, it’s a gem; from a pitchers perspective Safeco … Continue Reading Mariners Shock No One in Announcing Altercations to Safeco Field’s Outfield Walls
Monarchy and the United States usually don’t mix, considering the history of this country. But on August 15th, Mariner’s fans would have most likely welcomed one king in particular to … Continue Reading Royalty in Seatlle: Felix Hernandez Delivers a Crowning Moment in Mariners Baseball
Until August 15th, 2012 only one Mariner pitcher had made a serious (past 7 innings of perfect ball) bid at a Perfect Game. That pitcher’s name was Bob Holman and … Continue Reading He’s Ours and You Can’t Have Him; Felix Hernandez Throws a Perfect Game
So raise your hands if you saw the Mariners trading Ichiro before the Trading Deadline. Okay now keep your hands raised if you saw the Mariners going 8-2 after the … Continue Reading Winning Streaks and Positive Run Differentials
It’s hard to digest the fact that Ichiro is no longer a Mariner. It is even harder to understand that he is now a Yankee. The team that the majority … Continue Reading Some Thoughts on the Ichiro Trade
Sorry for the blurriness. I was really excited. I’ve watched my share no hitters on the TV before. I decided to watch Randy pitch against the Braves in 2004 because … Continue Reading I Was There! The Mariners Throw the 10th Combined No-Hitter in MLB History.
Courtesy of Lookout Landing Game Thread Who else is having trouble digesting what happened last night? The Mariners absolutely crunched the Rangers and I mean absolutely crunched. In fact the … Continue Reading Mariners Show Rangers What it’s Like to Not be the Rangers
#4) Fantasy Baseball and Spilled Beer, April 2nd, 2007 The 2007 season was a rather exciting for me. I was entering my inaugural fantasy baseball season and I had drafted … Continue Reading Count Down to Opening Day
My obsession with Mariners Baseball started on April 6th, 1993. At the ripe old age of four months I attended my first Mariners’ Home Opener. Every year since then, my … Continue Reading Count Down to Opening Day
Meet the newest Marinres For those of you who follow me on Twitter, it became infinitely clear that I was angry with the idea of trading Pineda. If the Mariners … Continue Reading Pineda wearing Pinstrips and Montero wearing Mariner blue
You will be seeing a lot more of this symbol Major League Baseball managed to accomplish something that the National Basketball Association and National Football League could not. A … Continue Reading Major League Baseball’s playoff expansion is a win-win-win
These are fun, unless you are a head coach The coaching carousel is in full swing in the world of sports. With firings and hiring’s occurring throughout the sports land … Continue Reading The Coaching Carousel; the top five addition