James Paxton threw a no-hitter last night. That, obviously, takes up a majority of the show. We’re both huge Paxton fans, and we gush over how great Big Maple is. … Continue Reading The BS Show: Obviously about James Paxton’s no-hitter
Mike Trout has had a better start through the first eight seasons his career than anyone else to ever play the game.
I don’t want to go too crazy with what happened tonight, but I’m going to be bold here and say that what James Paxton did tonight was pretty neat. He … Continue Reading From the BS Show: James Paxton throws a gosh-darned no-hitter in his home and native land of Canada
Paxton became the second Canadian and sixth Mariner to throw a no-hitter on Tuesday night.
Johnny Cueto has rediscovered his dominant side in San Francisco. But he’s going to miss some time do to a shoulder injury.
Ohtani has shown flashes of dominance from the mound, so let’s take a look at what makes him tick.
New first baseman Ryon Healy earned his first walk-off win as Seattle Mariner Saturday night. The team’s social media team had a little fun with it on 90’s night.
Gerrit Cole has already been worth 2.5 wins for the defending World Champs. Let’s take a look at how he got their.
The Mariners pitching staff has struggled with home runs this year. We take a look at if that’s going to continue.
Well, posting this after the Mariners game tonight is kind of a bummer. So why not cheer up by listening to a decidedly more optimistic podcast? We still feel good … Continue Reading The BS Show: Remembering back to a happier time before the M’s blew it
Dan Snyder’s risque handling of the cheerleading squad has come out…and it’s a problem across the league.
Despite winning their first match of the regular season, Seattle is still in last place in the West.
The BS Show, with Brett and Shane By Shane Lantz The end of April is nigh, and it’s time to look back on this unexpected month of Mariners joy. From … Continue Reading Mariners MVPs and LVPs
Justin Verlander is defying the odds to have a one of the best April’s of his career.
Seattle’s City Council is on track for a September vote on whether or not to approve the third renovation of the Key Arena.