Top Seattle Mariners pitching prospects not ready…yet

Taijuan Walker

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson weighs in today with his thoughts on M’s young pitching arms. He says the M’s are doing the right thing in waiting for the future to arrive instead of trying to time travel there immediately.
Time travel always ends up resulting in mind blowing problems anyway. James Paxton, Danny Hultzen, and Taijuan Walker your time will come.

2012 Seattle Mariners commercials have been released

Casper Wells

NWSB Managing Editor and Seattle Mariners blogger “Q” tells us today that the Mariners released their 2012 commercials. Not only did they bring back Larry Bernandez which is a classic, but manager Eric Wedge shows off his comedic timing to perfection. Dustin Ackley reluctantly takes on a new trainer. “A Seattle Welcome.” to Jesus Montero. “Impressions.” with Brendan Ryan and Ichiro Suzuki and more.

MLB Inkling: What Adam Moore’s injury tells the Seattle Mariners…

Adam Moore

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us Catcher Adam Moore arrived at the M’s camp this morning with a brace, not a cast, on his right wrist and said a hand specialist told him the ‘break’ was not as serious as everyone thought. Good news, But Danny still provides analysis on what this injury means to John Jaso, and the M’s 2012 lineup.

Question to Seattle Mariners fans: Does John Jaso still exist?

John Jaso

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us even though he wrote an article about this trade back in November 5 Reasons to like the Seattle Mariners Trade For John Jaso he is actually having problems remembering that it ever happened. Already Jesus Montero is dominating the news reports. Eric Wedge says Jaso is a baseball rat. Whatever that means?

Mariners escalate response to Gutierrez pectoral injury.

Franklin Gutierrez

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us today at M’s spring training practice outfielder Franklin Gutierrez suffered a pectoral injury this week. Gutierrez’s injury has escalated to what Manager Eric Wedge has described as “Considerable Concern” and has been flown to Seattle for more extensive examinations with the team doctors.

The Round Up! What we’ve learned about the Mariners in spring training

Mariners Spring Training Analysis

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us what we all want to know. The Mariners are a couple of weeks into Spring Training, offensive efforts have been embarrassing to fans over the past few years but the middle of the order is looking much more solid than last season and there has yet to be a single pitch thrown. Ichiro Suzuki and Felix Hernandez are leading this team along with Eric Wedge.

Mariners outfielder Franklin Gutierrez suffers pectoral injury

Franklin Gutierrez

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us today at M’s spring training practice outfielder Franklin Gutierrez suffered a pectoral injury. Gutierrez appeared in only 92 games for the Mariners last season and hit only a single home run and hit a measly .224 although his bat was starting to heat up toward the end of the year, before he was strained an oblique after swinging his bat too hard.

Seattle Mariners Baseball: Top 10 Players Since 2002

Felix Hernandez

A lot of incredible MLB baseball players to roll thru Seattle and play for the Seattle Mariners since the turn of the millennium. Our Moments in time points out they didn’t all play at the same time. NWSB M’s blogger Danny Ferguson wonders if we compiled a list of every player to wear a uniform for at least one full season from 2002-2012 who would have given the team the best chance at a winning season?

Seattle Mariners spring training brings up uncomfortable infield questions

Dustin Ackley

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson tells us during 2012 MLB spring training that the M’s are likely trying to play a different type of ball where players have more versatility and therefore more value within the organization. He asks do we really know where Dustin Ackley, Mike Carp, Justin Smoak, Kyle Seager, Chone Figgins, Carlos Guillen, Alex Liddi and Francesco Martinez should be playing come opening day?

Trayvon Robinson’s vision problems gives Mariners offense new hope

Trayvon Robinson

NWSB insider Danny Ferguson tells us Seattle Mariners outfielder Trayvon Robinson has worn contact lenses at times over the past two years, has opted for a new approach this winter and plans to wear his new glasses while playing. Remember the moment from that iconic baseball movie Major League where Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn’s control issues were solved when he was given a pair of glasses?

The five players I wish still played for my Seattle Mariners

Mariners Legends

NWSB insider Danny Ferguson tells us If the Mariners ever need to dip into the PAST to grab an all-star team, he would choose these 5 guys. Randy Johnson, Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez, Alvin Davis, and Jay Buhner. He wishes some of them were still a part of the team, in their prime – ready to play. So to do the Seattle Mariners of 2012.

Memo to Seattle Mariners ownership: Stop selling us mediocrity

Jack Z

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.