Furbush Recovering Slowly Opens Door For Mike Montgomery

NWSB writer and Seattle Mariners insider, Brian Scott, looks at the M’s situation as they try to find a second lefty for their bullpen– It’s hard to believe that a guy who less than one year ago threw back to back, complete game shutouts for the Seattle Mariners could be headed out of Seattle. It was exactly the writing that appeared to be on the wall for M’s starter Mike Montgomery just a few days ago.

The 2016 Seattle Mariners Starting Rotation Possibilities

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, predicts the Seattle Mariners starting five come April– Felix may not have had his best year by his lofty standards in 2015, but he still won 18 games and threw 200+ innings. That’s the eighth consecutive season Hernandez has thrown 200+ innings. He also has had an ERA less than 4.00 in his last nine consecutive seasons. Argument over! Felix throws on opening day.

Break Time — Seattle Mariners First Half Report Card

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, gives us his grades and thoughts on the first half of the Mariners 2015 season– The Mariners are going to need a phenomenal run in the second half of this season if they are going to do what most people expect them to do– go to the playoffs. It’s the kind of run the M’s have not made since 1995.

Young Guns — Taijuan Walker and Mike Montgomery

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott discusses the rise of Taijuan Walker and MIke Montogomery in the M’s rotation– Montgomery is not old but he is 26 and that’s fairly old for a rookie. One wonders why it took so long for someone who everyone regarded as talented to get the light turned on. Whatever the reason for that, I’m thankful he somehow did it after he came to the Mariners and for practically nothing.

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