Mariners fans did the thing, and ya boy Jean Segura is now going to the All-Star game in Washington, D.C.! Congrats to Seattle’s plucky little shortstop on his second All-Star … Continue Reading The BS Show: Jean Segura is gold, only AL All-Stars break the mold
Despite a bummer of a loss on recording day, the Mariners have won six games since we last recorded, and are 23 games over .500! That’s pretty dang good, you … Continue Reading The BS Show: The M’s are still good, and that’s too many hot dogs
We’re back with another bitchin’ new intro provided by friend of the show Adam Fisher! Hope you liked that. We’ve got four more for ya in the coming weeks. So, … Continue Reading The BS Show: Bad teams suck, which is #good for the Mariners
And how is he so good?
Tough walk-off loss today, but luckily for the mood of the podcast, that hadn’t happened before we recorded! The Mariners went 2-3 between recordings, but since games were against Boston … Continue Reading The BS Show: Keep your arms and legs inside the bandwagon at all times
Following a stretch where every game seemed to be decided by a single run, the Mariners lost their second straight lopsided game against an American League East team, getting walloped … Continue Reading Mariners get whhhhuuuupped in the Bronx
JA Happ is about to be the hottest commodity on the trade market.
The Nationals bought a rental player for three highly regarded prospects.
Mike Leake has had a crazy season, so let’s take a closer look.
Meet your new god M’s fans.
Throw some dirt on ’em, everyone. Did this three game series feel backwards to anyone else? Unlike previous seasons, when the Mariners would either never how up, or take early … Continue Reading The BS Show: They’re called the Angels because they’re dead
Mitch Haniger and Jean Segura managed to get Luis Valbuena out on a single into the corner.
Jerry Dipoto made a quote that makes sense. But it doesn’t mean that’s the club’s plan going forward.
Steven Wright showed off the beauty of the knuckleball tonight. Please take a moment to admire it.
The veteran catcher has played a major role in Atlanta’s surprisingly hot start.
The Houston Astros’ offense is not nearly as productive as it was last season. But that’s not the same thing as struggling.