Mariners Spring Training Games 9 & 10: Double-Header

March 5, 2017 Connor 0

Athletics 5, Mariners 4 Felix’s last start of the Spring was surprising on several fronts. He allowed four hits and two runs, but came out of nowhere to strike out five. I’m hoping this isn’t just a Spring fluke and I can eat my words about him being on the …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Eight: Mariners 4, Rockies 3

March 4, 2017 Connor 0

The Mariners provided a proper send-off for their twelve players participating in the World Baseball Classic on Saturday, coming away with a 4-3 win over the Colorado Rockies. We got a look at two members of this year’s starting rotation: Yovani Gallardo and James Paxton. Gallardo looked much sharper over …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Seven: Rangers 8, Mariners 2

March 3, 2017 Connor 0

Friday was the M’s second to last day with many of their star players, as Felix Hernandez, Robinson Canó and 10 others head off to represent their respective countries in the World Baseball Classic next week. Unfortunately, Seattle’s first AL West matchup of the preseason didn’t end up being a …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Five: Mariners 7, Indians 4

March 1, 2017 Connor 0

Simply put, the Mariners are the hit parade this Spring. Their lowest hit total has been nine through the first five games of Spring Training, and they’re averaging thirteen hits per game thus far. Leonys Martin hopped in as Grand Marshall of the parade for today, ending with three hits, …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Four: Mariners 8, White Sox 1

February 28, 2017 Connor 0

Guillermo Heredia is having the time of his life right now, and the Mariner outfield is looking more and more impressive every day. Granted, they won’t be swinging against AAA pitchers all season long, but what we’re seeing is run production and good at-bats from a young and inexperienced outfield. …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Three: Royals 14, Mariners 3

February 27, 2017 Connor 0

My lack of competitive nature has been one of my greatest and worst traits throughout my life. When I was about ten years old, my baseball team was playing a pretty close game. I don’t remember the score, I just remember our coach trying to pump up the team to …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Two: Mariners 13, Padres 2

February 26, 2017 Connor 0

The Mariners have assembled what is likely to be the most amazing group of mall-walkers in the history of consumerism. Mark my words, the first post-retirement purchase of Robinson Canó will be a flashy tracksuit that he’ll rock while pacing the floors of the mall nearest to his home. In …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game One: Mariners 13, Padres 3

February 26, 2017 Connor 0

Let’s spare the speculation for a bit and enjoy the fact that Mariner baseball is back. It’s just Spring Training, but a win is a win, everyone played their part and fulfilled their assignments, and the M’s looked pretty darn good. They broke out their Opening Day starting lineup, which …[Full Article]

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