Can enough things go right to save 2011 for the Mariners?
The farm systems for Seattle and Texas battle it out.
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Chronicling the changes to the point of his 17-strikeout, one-hit performance.
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Did the Texas Rangers give up too much for the rights to Cliff Lee?
A look at the ultimate crafty lefty.
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Seattle needed Chone in a bad, bad way.
The Seattle Times’ Larry Stone thinks that the Mariners should bring Ken Griffey Jr. back. There are many words, but it essentially boils down to this: I believe Griffey still has something to offer. He can tickle Ichiro, bring laughter to the clubhouse, hit an occasional bomb and take one more crack at October. Sounds […]
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Five starters have had outstanding seasons in the American League. But only one can win the Cy Young Award.
It’s sometimes helpful to remember, as we apply our very adult judgments and our very adult values to the game of baseball, that it’s essentially being played by people who are about as mature as my four year-old son: Mike Sweeney screamed from the Seattle Mariners training room Thursday, issuing what amounted to an all-points-bulletin. […]
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Joe Hamrahi tweets: The Royals have acquired SS Yuniesky Betancourt and cash from the Mariners for minor league pitchers Danny Cortes and Derrick Saito! The Royals are probably the only team to which Betancourt could have gone and represented an upgrade at short. How much of that contract is going to be paid by the […]
After last night’s game, Mariners’ manager Ken Wakamatsu criticized his putative ace, Felix Hernandez: “Sometimes you’ve got to ask guys to step up. I didn’t think he stepped up today.” This afternoon, the Seattle Times’ Geoff Baker lays down the serious artillary fire. After an extended recap of Roy Halladay’s career arc and an assertion […]