Call The Mariners Maid Service — It’s Time To Clean House

AL Manager Of They Year?  Why not!

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, looks at possible managerial replacements for Jack and Lloyd once they are bounced out of Seattle– The thing nice about Cora is he’s a Seattle hero. Few longtime M’s fans will have forgotten Joey Cora weeping when the M’s were finally eliminated in the ALCS of 1995. If Cora could be convinced to come on and retain his pal Edgar Martinez as hitting coach you’d really have quite the cast of former M’s stars down in that dugout. Heck, maybe his little brother Alex could coach third too.

The 2015 Mariners Are Feeling A Lot Like 1995 Mariners

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NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, makes comparisons of the 1995 Seattle Mariners to the 2015 Seattle Mariners. Are these two teams separated by 20 years actually more similar than not? Closer Fernando Rodney hasn’t been perfect but I’m not ready to call him a Bobby Ayala just yet either.

2014 Seattle Mariners managerial candidates

Joey Cora would obviously be a popular choice in Seattle.

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott discusses the train wreck (yes another one) that is the Mariners skipper situation. He throws out some possible names to replace Eric Wedge. Joey Cora, Bryan Price, and Robby Thompson could be in the running. He says when the dust settles, I believe the Mariners are going to go with Robby Thompson as their new manager. An obvious choice, but a smart choice.

*My* top five Edgar Martinez moments in a Mariners jersey

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Edgar Martinez, his favorite player in Seattle sport’s history. Over the course of his career, Edgar was a statistical monster. He played in a total of 2,055 games, collecting 2,247 hits in 7,213 at-bats while crushing 309 home runs and accounting for 514 doubles. Edgar also drove home 1,261 runs and even collected 15 triples and 49 stolen bases during his younger days.

Mariners History – Ranking The Best On Second

Mariners History – Ranking The Best On Second

In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Danny Ferguson weighs in with his take on the Seattle Mariners best first second basemen thru the years.

The Mariners’ 1995 Playoff Run

95 Mariners - 79-66, Finished 1st in AL West

In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Matt Larkin weighs in with his take on the 1995 Seattle Mariners run to the World Series.

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