The Seattle Mariners are all but done with the roster, but questions about their playoff hopes still remain.
The Seattle Mariners don’t have the farm system they would like at this point, but there are a few players who have a chance to make an impact in the near future.
The Seattle Mariners have high hopes for the upcoming season, but unless Robinson Cano can live up to his monstrous contract, the team will continue to underwhelm.
Injuries were a major concern for the Seattle Mariners in 2015. If they have any hope at the playoffs, these key players need to stay healthy in 2016.
The Seattle Mariners were the top team to land Marcell Ozuna in November. Even with recent outfield acquisitions, the Mariners should take another look.
The Mariners looked at bit foolish on Thursday, releasing a player they acquired less than two months ago, but they quickly tried to remedy the problem with the signing of Ryan Cook.
With Ken Griffey Jr’s induction into Cooperstown and Edgar Martinez stuck at 43.4 percent of the vote, Ichiro Suzuki is most likely to be the next Mariner inducted into Cooperstown.
There are three voters that left Ken Griffey Jr. off their Hall of Fame ballots and they should be punished for their actions.
Nelson Cruz was one of the few bright spots on the Seattle Mariners in 2015, but it would be foolish to think he can repeat that performance next season.
With all of the moves made by the Seattle Mariners this offseason, the 2016 lineup is better than the 2015 version in every way.