Before sports, Brett has a #VeryImportant rant to go on about a game show, and a total jamoke who blew it on said game show. So be ready for that before the sports. Hope you wanted a baseball-centric episode! To borrow a line from Major League…who are these fuckin’ guys? […]
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 […]
So…the best thing we can say about the week that was, is it means Robinson Cano is now only one week away from coming back! When we record next week, he’ll already have played his first game back with the Mariners. Shane talks about seeing his first rehab […]
Robinson Cano comes back in two weeks, and boy do the M’s ever need him. Where’s he going to play? Scott Servais has said it will be “fun” to find where he fits, which isn’t the word we’d use, but we do try to figure out where he’ll […]
Brent dropped in to record another WSU Podcast at Brett’s house, but while he was over, we were talking so much about the Mariners that we decided to turn the microphones on. Brent is not as optimistic as Shane and Brett regarding the roster or the GM, but […]
The Mariners have been playing ok baseball lately, going 16-16 in their last 32 games. The A’s, unfortunately, have gone something like 37-0 in their last 12 games, though, closing the gap to just two games at the time this description is being written. Is it time to […]
Let’s just get this out of the way now: Jean Segura deserved the All-Star Game MVP. Now that that’s out of the way, we get into a few problems facing the struggling Mariners. Dee Gordon has been bad since mid-May, and Ryon Healy has been bad for most […]
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 […]
Jerry Dipoto made a quote that makes sense. But it doesn’t mean that’s the club’s plan going forward.
With the Mariners on pace for 102-win season, let’s take a moment to try and predict how many wins they’ll actually wind up with.