Mariner Runs Come Feast or Famine The Seattle Mariners are off to a reasonably good start at 7-6. I use the term “reasonably good” because while I’m sure you’d like to see them at 13-0 I think you have to consider this a team that has been above the .500 level since 2009 when they […]
Switch-Hitting Franklin back with M’s This morning Nick Franklin tweeted that he was flying to Texas, presumably to join the Mariners as they face off with the Rangers again. And it couldn’t come at a better time for the Mariners who have been streaky on offense. Where will Franklin fit in? Brad Miller, the man […]
Seattle Mariners post by Brian Scott. Randy Wolf pitched well enough to make this 2014 Mariners. In my opinion. It’s definitely not happening now as Wolf was granted his release. Following his release, Wolf stated to the media that after the M’s informed him he had made the team AND they wanted him to sign a 45 day advance release consent form. Bogus move.
Tough calls for McClendon coming in just over a week. I think it’s fair to say that there has been more intrigue in this year’s Seattle Mariner’s Spring Training Camp than any other for some time. With 2 starting positions up for grabs and a plethora of rotation spots to fill, some decisions will be […]
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Jordin Ereth talks about Brad Miller as the future of the short stop position for the M’s. This offseason, manager Lloyd McClendon made it clear that both Miller and Nick Franklin would compete for the starting short stop position. So far, Franklin has been underwhelming while Miller has shown signs of MLB stardom.
NWSB Insider Brian Scott gives us a look at the situation brewing for the Seattle Mariners involving Dustin Ackley and Justin Smoak. If the two don’t perform in the early part of the 2013-14 MLB season, Scott postulates that he’ll be writing about who the M’s can get at the trade deadline opposed to how well they’ve played up to that point.
NWSB Insider and Washington sports blogger Brian Scott breaks down what the Seattle Mariners’ situation looks like at catcher following the 2014 MLB offseason. Entering the new season, Mike Zunino and John Buck are featured, as their presence has gotten lost in the shuffle behind Robinson Cano, Logan Morrison, Corey Hart, and Fernando Rodney.