Should Los Angeles Angels Give Tommy Hanson A Second Chance In 2014?
Given all of the ups and downs that a given MLB player will go through their career, it not exactly difficult to understand the idea that no player is truly ‘done’ before 30. This should go doubly true for 27-year [...]
Robinson Cano Makes Terrible Mistake By Leaving New York Yankees for Seattle Mariners
Robinson Cano is leaving the New York Yankees for a struggling Seattle Mariners organization and is making a huge mistake by doing so. From a financial standpoint, Cano did the right thing by leaving New York. The second baseman earned [...]
Seattle Mariners Need More Than Robinson Cano to Contend Next Season
The Seattle Mariners have finally landed the impact bat they were looking for this offseason. Seattle has reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal with former New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano who will instantly become the team’s [...]
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Seattle Mariners Work Not Done; Must Surround Robinson Cano With Talent
Robinson Cano‘s decision to leave the bright lights of New York is a complete shock in and of itself. However, the fact that Cano ditched the powerful New York Yankees for the 71-91 Seattle Mariners is one of the biggest [...]
Seattle Mariners Overpay For Robinson Cano
We’ve heard the chatter for a couple of days now, but many wrote it off as just that. However, it looks like there was some merit to the Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners rumors after all. The second baseman has [...]
Mariners Eye Nelson Cruz, Carlos Beltran; Seattle Must Make Great Pitch
The Seattle Mariners are probably sick of looking at the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics‘ rears. However, the Mariners aren’t the type of franchise to “wow” free agents like some other teams. Therefore, the Mariners need to get creative when [...]
Kendrys Morales Would Be Wise To Accept Qualifying Offer, Stay In Seattle
MLB free agents who are represented by Scott Boras usually wind up disappointed by the end of the offseason. As good as Boras is at his job, he oftentimes leads his clients down the wrong path. For instance, Michael Bourn was [...]
Seattle Mariners’ Answer to First Base Problems Already on Roster?
The Seattle Mariners are rumored to be interested in an upgrade at first base. Justin Smoak continues to struggle and as he enters his age-27 season, Smoak looks more and more like a bust and less like the top [...]
Seattle Mariners Smart to Decline Option on Joe Saunders
The Seattle Mariners declined the option of veteran starting pitcher Joe Saunders, which was absolutely the right move. There is no way Seattle is going to make any progress next season if they pay the right-hander $8.3 million, especially if [...]