Game 42: Mariners 5, White Sox 4

May 19, 2017 Connor 0

Someone has been setting MLB highlights to “My Heart Will Go On” from Titanic and there’s nothing better.   GUILLERMO HEREDIA HITS A WALK OFF SINGLE AND THE MARINERS BEAT THE WHITE SOX!!! IT’S EVEN BETTER WITH TITANIC MUSIC!!! @Mariners pic.twitter.com/Ukg0xOsKWw — TheRenderMLB (@TheRenderMLB) May 19, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Also, my …[Full Article]

Game 28: Mariners 8, Angels 7

May 4, 2017 Connor 0

It’s always good to take one away from the Angels. With Mike Trout keeping baseball boring, Kole Calhoun bat flipping on flyouts, and Mike Scioscia always being Mike Scioscia, it’s kind of like taking candy from the entitled children of a candy factory owner. And the candy factory owner’s name …[Full Article]

Game 22: Mariners 8, Tigers 0

April 27, 2017 Connor 0

That’s more like it. I’ll have to reluctantly adhere to the nickname “Big Maple” for Canadian James Paxton, but with how he’s been pitching I’d call him just about anything. After Tuesday’s bloodbath, the M’s put up 15 hits against van-dweller Daniel Norris and Co. and shut out the Tigers. …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Thirty-One: Mariners 7, Reds 6

March 26, 2017 Connor 0

The State of Ohio needs to hold a meeting. In this meeting, they should discuss the naming of their professional sports teams, specifically the Browns and the Reds. Perhaps the names stay the same out of respect for history, but these names have to be some of the poorest examples …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Six: Mariners 6, Brewers 2

March 2, 2017 Connor 0

Guillermo Heredia, you need to knock it off. We get it, you can hit the cover off the ball. You can play all the outfield positions. You’re wicked fast. We just need you to save this for another month or so. I’m worried the curse will continue and Heredia’s dominant …[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]