The Future May Be Closer Than The Seattle Mariners’ Young Players Think

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After a very impressive first week, the Seattle Mariners front office has to be wondering if the future is now for several of the team’s highly touted prospects.  Pitchers Tajuan Walker and James Paxton have shown their continued maturity as […]

The Seattle Mariners Provide Some Unexpected Thunder in the Desert

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After four straight seasons of historically low offense of output, the Seattle Mariners are certainly raising some eyebrows during the first week of the Cactus League season. Not only is the team enjoying a seven-game win streak, but they are showing […]

Justin Smoak Seems Up to the Pressure in 2013 After A Blazing First Week for Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners definitely like what they’re seeing out of their team so far in spring training especially that of Justin Smoak.  Coming into the season Smoak was told that he would be the first baseman of the team going […]

The Mariners Youth and Vets Have an Impressive Spring Start

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Two games into spring training (three if you count the charity game), and some interesting things have developed for the Seattle Mariners.  Now, I know it’s early, but at this point in the game debates can be made as to […]

Snow Shakes Up The Cactus League

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With the unusual arrival of snow in the Valley of the Sun, many teams have had to resort to drastic measures to get their scheduled workouts in ahead of this weekends Cactus League openers. Long a haven for frozen fans […]

Arizona Diamondbacks Add Speed With A Trade For Tony Campana

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The Arizona Diamondbacks are about to embark on their first season without outfielder Justin Upton.  While the team and the fans likely won’t miss his inconsistency in recent years, or his sulking behavior.  They are likely to miss his power […]

Kendry Morales and Mike Morse Flash Some Power For The Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners were greeted with a rather pleasant although rare sight and sounds the other day with the arrivals of Kendry Morales and Michael Morse.   Fans, teammates, and assembled onlookers were treated to an impressive display of power that included […]

Is Felix Hernandez The Last Of His Kind

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Unless you’ve been living in a cave, it’s likely by now that you’ve heard of Felix Fernandez signing a record contract extension with the Seattle Mariners.  Rather than go over the numbers, risks, and merits of said extension I thought […]

Hope Springs Eternal For The Seattle Mariners in 2013

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Despite the cold and overcast weather, pitchers and catchers have arrived in Arizona for the start of the Cactus League season. For seasoned vets, it is a time to get into shape for the long grind of the upcoming season, […]

What Signing Felix Hernandez Means To the Seattle Mariners’ Future

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    The Seattle Mariners gave their long-suffering fans a much-needed shot in the arm with the announced seven-year signing of Felix Hernandez.  As a long time fan of the team, I grew up watching ownership trade away players for […]

Are The Seattle Mariners Being Sold?

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Much news has rightfully been made about the Seattle Mariners extending Felix Hernandez services with a seven-year $175 million extension.  While this certainly bodes well for the future the team, one intriguing possibility needs to be explored and that is a potential sale of […]

What Baseball Should Do About the New PED Scandal

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Fresh from not having any players inducted into the MLB Hall of fame, another scandal has rocked the baseball world. As if the first year of no living inductees since 1965 was not bad enough for our national pastime, a […]