Game 41: Mariners 4, A’s 0

May 19, 2017 Connor 0

Christian Bergman had a pretty decent game, in case you hadn’t heard. The bullpen has been stretched thin lately, to say the absolute least, and Bergman’s game gave them the rest they needed. Segura Continues Hitting Streak Jean Segura is really good at hitting baseballs.  He’s also really good at …[Full Article]

Game 39: Mariners 6, A’s 5

May 16, 2017 Connor 0

Let’s never go on the road again, ok? Ok. The M’s rebounded from a four-game series sweep in Toronto by coming home and pulling one out against the ugliest uniforms in the majors, the A’s. Also, why does Kyle Seager keep hitting home runs to that same exact spot? Gallardo …[Full Article]

Game 20: Mariners 11, A’s 1

April 23, 2017 Connor 0

Taylor Motter’s “sneaky power” isn’t so sneaky anymore. If you didn’t get excited when he came to the plate with the bases loaded, you either 1. are too visually impaired to see his hair or 2. haven’t followed the M’s at all this year. Motter provided the Coliseum with rye …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Twenty-Five: Athletics 8, Mariners 5

March 21, 2017 Connor 0

The Mariners returned to nearly full strength on Tuesday, now only missing closer Edwin Jackson as he competes with Puerto Rico in the final round of the World Baseball Classic. Despite an excellent performance from Robinson Canó and two walks from Nelson Cruz, they fell to Oakland 8-5. Haniger Continues …[Full Article]

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]