NWSB writer and Seattle Mariners insider, Brian Scott, discusses the concerns about Felix Hernandez’s sub par spring training– Should we be worried about the King? The fact that Hernandez is so good with his changeup gives you hope as he enters what has to be considered the 2nd half of his career– the over 30 years old part. It’s baseball scout rule #1 folks– arms get slower as they get older.
Brian Scott our Mariners blogger tells us its time to get ready to honor one of the Mariners all time greats. No other skipper in Seattle Mariners history has had the success that “Sweet” Lou enjoyed through most of the ’90s and into the early 2000s. To celebrate, he’ll remind you of a few of his favorite Lou Piniella stories.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott takes us on a trip down memory lane, as the M’s have announced that Lou Piniella, long-time manager in the Pacific Northwest, will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame. Scott recaps a favorite memory involving Sweet Lou and Jamie Moyer while also recognizing the skipper’s flaws. Next step? Cooperstown.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Alex McPhee is back again, this time taking a look at the top 13 Seattle Mariners players of all time. The top of this list is a no-brainer, as are a lot of the other ones, but the one that may surprise many of you could be the first player on this list. Though Alex has a great point for including him, his stat line. Read this piece immediately, and argue your points for why your favorite Mariners isn’t included in the comments below.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Erin Acacio was at the M’s opening night game versus the Houston Astros. Kendrys Morales had no problem adjusting to his new home in Seattle. Morales capped out his home debut by going 2-for-3 with two RBI’s. With the rate that he’s going, he will be a huge factor for the Mariners and will become a fan favorite, fast. Five things I loved about this year’s home opener…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jeff Budke reports on game number eight this season Monday night’s home opener versus the Houston Astro’s. Kendrys Morales is in need of some props for his performances since the Oakland series. In his last 4 games, Morales is 8-16 and hitting extremely well with RISP, adding a HR and 5 RBI for the M’s. Was Joe Saunders’ performance a sing of things to come? M’s Opening Night is always a GREAT time.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson reports on the Mariners Interleague series matchup between the Seattle Mariners vs. Colorado Rockies. Tonight at Coors Field its Game 41 Kevin Millwood versus Alex White. It seems that the Mariners are trying to lose. Maybe there is someone awesome in the draft they are hoping get. Danny’s just bitter. (Lifelong M’s fan)