Ty France secured the Mariners 90th win of the 2022 season with a bases loaded, walk off single in the bottom of the ninth inning of the final regular season game.
The Mariners offensive production out of the outfield held them back in 2021. Jerry Dipoto needs to address that this off season.
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.
We’re back for another week of BS, and this time, we both have laptops to record on! So the sounds quality is the best it’s been in weeks! As for the content, we suppose that’s for you to decide. But we’ll tell you what to decide: it’s good. […]
We’ve both braved the elements to bring you another episode of the BS Show! Aren’t you lucky? We think you are. Baseball players have reported for Spring Training, so we’re mostly talking about that. Even though they won’t play a game until later this week, they’re at least […]
Robinson Cano is finally back, and not a moment too soon! The superstar infielder has come back and immediately looked like himself, going 3-9 in his first two games, while playing good defense at first and second base. Will he save the Mariners’ season? Who knows! But he […]
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 game appearance, and first for the American League. Outside of that, the Mariners had an up-and-down week, winning […]
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 leads only to watch Mike Trout and the Angels slowly, annoyingly, chip away and steal games, well, the […]
Mitch Haniger and Jean Segura managed to get Luis Valbuena out on a single into the corner.