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]

Game 15: Marlins 5, Mariners 0

April 19, 2017 Connor 0

This is the second time since Spring Training I’ve been put in this spot– writing about your team when they get dominated by pitching. Luckily, Mitch Haniger is still good at baseball and broke up the no-hitter in the bottom of the ninth. Yovani Gallardo struggled, Chen dominated on the …[Full Article]

Mariners Spring Training Game Thirty-Two: Padres 12, Mariners 2

March 27, 2017 Connor 0

C’mon, Gallardo, it’s the PADRES, for crying out loud. Their arms are likely still recovering from egging the crap out of Qualcomm Stadium, but they still got the best of the M’s today. Gallardo Stumbles  Yovani Gallardo made what is likely his last start of the Spring, and let’s hope …[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]