Category: MLB

Analyzing the Jack Z Era: Taking a Look at the Win-Loss Records

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 has assembled has failed to win and win consistently. There are calls of firing the man who was […]

Some Thoughts on the Ichiro Trade

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 of Mariners’ fans love to hate, actually the team that the majority of the MLB fan base loves […]

Count Down to Opening Day

#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 six Mariners for my roster and I was rearing to go. The Mariners looked to be a better […]

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 family and I would hop in the car and head on down to South Downtown (SoDo) District to […]