Robinson Cano’s broken hand will test the Mariners lack of MLB mirror depth for the next month or so.
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, […]
Welcome back to another week of the BS Show, and in this one Shane is feeling particularly nude for reasons that are revealed at the very beginning. Don’t worry, we don’t bury the lede on the BS Show. But we also don’t spoil it in the description. We […]
It wasn’t a dominant performance. It wasn’t really even that good of a performance…but it wasn’t that bad, at least. I’m talking, of course, about Felix Hernandez’s 5.2 inning, 3 run, 6 hit, 1 walk, 3 strikeout performance against the Kansas City Royals tonight. After his last start […]
The Seattle Mariners open up the 2018 season following a disappointing off season.
As we head into the second half of the baseball season, here is what Mariners fans need to watch out for.
Without home field advantage in the World Series on the line, the All Star game was fun again.
Robinson Cano’s two home run night kept the M’s within two games of the second wildcard spot.
Houston’s trip to Seatle has a lot riding on it for both teams.
After slogging through the toughest part of their schedule in June and early July, the Mariners seemed like they were dead in the water; they were 5.5 games out of the wildcard and had dropped to third place in the AL West. Since then, the M’s have been […]