Mariners Ride Offense on Five-Game Win Streak

June 8, 2017 Connor 0

I’m as surprised as anyone. After years of futility, the Mariner offense has turned a new leaf and raked the whole yard, too. After the departure of Ken Griffey Jr. and the end of the 2001 season, offense has been at an absolute premium in the thick Puget Sound air …[Full Article]

Game 57: Mariners 9, Rays 2

June 4, 2017 Connor 0

I don’t think any of the Mariners will be able to give blood for a while, because they clearly brought something back with them from their road trip. It’s called offense, and it’s all but unheard of in the Pacific Northwest, at least until this season. Mike Zunino ended a …[Full Article]

Game 45: White Sox 8, Mariners 1

May 24, 2017 Connor 0

Apparently the White Sox have the greatest offense in the history of baseball. I mean, there’s always the possibility that the Mariners are just having another Mariners kind of year (or month) and can’t handle a team that can hit the ball. Heston came out for his first Mariner start …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Eighteen: Mariners 7, White Sox 6

March 14, 2017 Connor 0

After roster cuts and a humiliating loss over the last few days, the M’s came into today’s matchup with Chicago with hopes to prove their worth, and they didn’t disappoint. James Paxton went for four innings and showed us exactly what we’ve wanted to see out of the Canadian left-hander; …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Eleven: Mariners 9, Rangers 0

March 6, 2017 Connor 0

Boy, oh boy is it great to see the M’s dominate an AL West opponent, particularly a perennial contender like the Rangers. Mike Zunino stole the show today, banging out a double and a home run and DRAWING A WALK while driving in three runs. He’s batting .308 so far …[Full Article]