Kyle Seager’s career in Seattle has probably come to an end. He’s a shoe in for the clubs hall of fame.
Mitch Haniger knocked in five runs, and Kyle Seager played add on as the club’s two vets are looking at another meaningful game 162.
Hello darkness my old friend.
The Seattle Mariners have a young and promising lineup heading into 2020. Let’s take a look at it
Kyle Seager needs to beat the shift, and himself, to improve heading into 2019.
Holy crap, the Mariners are good. Like, really good, at least so far. They’ve won 9 of their last 11 games, and are 5-2 since the last time we recorded. And they made an awesome trade, sending RHP Andrew Moore and RHP Tommy Romero to Tampa Bay in […]
All-in-all, it was a pretty good day for the Mariners. They split their double-header with the Tigers, the pitching was…acceptable…and the hitting was pretty good. You’ll find this recap isn’t negative overall, but to begin with anything else would be burying the lede: Manny Acta messed up today, […]
By Shane Lantz The BS Show Oh Canada. What a series this was. From a historic night of bedlam under a domed sky in the Great White North, to an offensive explosion that saw a ball be sent toward its dreams of powered flight, the three-game series the […]
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 threw a no-hitter in the Mariners’ 5-0 win over Toronto. No-hitters are neat, right? I’m never sure what’s […]
What a difference an inning can make, huh? The final score of 6-2 certainly didn’t reflect the fact that through six innings, tonight’s Mariners game was as frustrating as any that came in the five previous days, if not more so, because they were actually putting runners on […]