NWSB Insider and part-time Seattle Mariners blogger C-Mac weighs in today with his essential 2012 Mariners Tokyo Japan todo list for travelling players and fans of MLB baseball. He spent five great years living in Tokyo, and can offer these suggestions to anyone who wants to find something to do while in the world’s most populated city. Justin Smoak your tour guides are Ichiro Suzuki, Munenori Kawasaki, and Hisashi Iwakuma
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us a look at what many Seattle Mariners fans took for granted in the Adrian Beltre era…power numbers. Looking back at the 2 dismal seasons since Beltre left the Mariners, he has flourished while Seattle has bombed in absolutely every way offensively. Looking back, Beltre’s production would be well received with today’s team.
Seattle Mariners blogger Insider Steve is going on a rant. He’s back to tell us he understands what the Mariners are trying to do. When your franchise bottoms out, it takes time in the rebuilding process. He’s calling out Ownership. Jack Zduriencik is the only one that seems to have a direction, that’s asinine he says. Ownership is supposed to be the one leading by example. They’re not.
Our Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson knows your looking for Michael Pineda + Jesus Montero MLB Trade Analysis. The depth at catcher in the M’s organization is practically nil. Miguel Olivo has been serving as place holder. Jesus Montero could be the next Jay Buhner or Edgar Martinez in a M’s uniform.
Our man on the Mariners beat Danny Ferguson breaks down the Rule 5 draft in this piece. What could it mean for the Seattle Mariners? They protected Carlos Triunfel, Francisco Martinez and Chih-Hsien Chiang from it, so they must think highly of them! The success rate of this move is practically nil, but then again Jack Z could find the next Josh Hamilton that way.
Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson brings us some Seattle Mariners breaking news today. Today the M’s bid fair well to veteran closer David Aardsma. Aardsma has indicated that he would be interested in playing for the Mariners again in the future, but is excited to see what opportunities are ahead of him in the MLB.