The Seattle Mariners have played four official Spring Training games, and one unofficial Sprint Training game. That one unofficial game is their only loss and does not affect where they … Continue Reading Spring Training is Underway, And the Mariners Are Hitting More Dingers
Kevin Millwood’s one-year tenure in Seattle saw him take two no-hitters into the sixth inning; the first no-hit bid last season ended in the seventh, and the second one actually … Continue Reading Replacing Kevin Millwood Isn’t Going to Be As Easy As You Guys Think
Felix Hernandez loves the Mariners and the Mariners love him. Today their love was proven as the M’s inked the ace to a seven-year, $175 million deal. In case you’re wondering that’s … Continue Reading Felix Hernandez To Make Ridiculous Amount of Monies The Next Seven Years
West Coast Bias author Brett Miller (who is also the host of West Coast Bias on Air) and I both are not the biggest fan of the decision to trade John Jaso for Mike … Continue Reading The Mike Morse Trade; A Discussion Between West Coast Bias and Sports with Neil
Stan Musial was one of the greatest players, and human beings, ever to grace the game of baseball; on January 19th, he passed away at the age of 92. During … Continue Reading Major League Baseball Has Lost Two of Its Legends
The offseason is a time filled with hope for baseball fans. There are young teams on the verge of bursting onto the scene; then there are old teams on the … Continue Reading Projecting the 2013 MLB Season; What Are Our Criteria?
Someone was going to have to move, something was going to have to give. And that something was Kendrys Morales. The Los Angels Angles of Anaheim and the Seattle Mariners … Continue Reading Angels Signing of Josh Hamilton Immediately Benefits Mariners
Mariner fans and Ranger fans have something in common, they are both angry that their club’s respective Front Offices didn’t bring home Josh Hamilton. The Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim … Continue Reading Angles Signing of Josh Hamilton Might Be A Blessing In Disguise For The AL West
The Kansas City Royals have languished at, or near, the bottom of the AL Central for a couple of decades. Their fans have suffered for a long time and nothing … Continue Reading Royals and Rays Make A Trade; Baseball World LOLs
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