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 […]
Expectations for Seattle Mariners’ Upcoming Road Trip
The Seattle Mariners (7-5) just began an upcoming seven-game road trip yesterday evening to open the third week of their 2014 MLB campaign. The Mariners are set to resume things with the Texas Rangers (6-7) this evening. There are three remaining games of the four-game set […]
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Seattle Mariners Ace Felix Hernandez Remains a Dominant Force
Pitcher Felix Hernandez has proven to be a model of consistency and excellence over the course of his career with the Seattle Mariners. This season appears to be more of the same, with Hernandez pitching 8 1-3 innings of one-run […]
Justin Smoak Gives Seattle Mariners Encouraging Sign On Opening Day
The Seattle Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million contract this offseason, and he is expected to anchor the Mariners lineup; but beyond him there were a lot of questions. One of the biggest questions for the Mariners […]
Seattle Mariners’ Robinson Cano Makes Decent Spring Debut
The new-look Seattle Mariners were in action today in the Cactus League, as they took on the San Diego Padres in both team’s first Spring Training game. It would be the first time second baseman Robinson Cano would step onto […]