Lloyd McClendon Says “Relax” To Seattle Mariners Fans

AL Manager Of They Year?  Why not!

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, responds to Lloyd McClendon’s statement that fans need to relax– This team has played more than 70 games on the year and finds themselves in fourth place in the division. Having lost so many games so early means the Mariners are going to have to win nearly 60 of their remaining 89 games to wind up with a 90+ win season, something everyone thought the team could and should do this year.

Hot and Cold, Night and Day — The Seattle Mariners of 2015

Lloyd finally boils over.  It's about time.

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, examines the M’s on and off 2015 season– If I didn’t know better I’d swear we were watching a completely different team from night to night. Multiple players and pitchers just seem to turn it on and off from night to night as easily as you or I flip through the channels on the TV– Click, Click.

Seattle Mariners’ Kyle Seager Continues To Impress

Can Seager and the M's get back on track and stay there in the 2nd half?

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariner’s Insider, Brian Scott, spotlights the brilliant, young career of Kyle Seager– I’ll one up the opinions on that deal. Right now, $100 million seems like a steal especially when you consider this is a guy who had not played 3rd base much at all prior to his call up in 2011. Oh, and he plays 3rd defensively at an All-Star level as well.

Nelson Cruz: Better Than Advertised But M’s Still Need Help

Cruz was the recipient of the M's latest, big check.

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, addresses Nelson Cruz’s success and more changes the Mariners need to make– Cruz has mashed 14 homers already and we are just barely into May. I suppose it’s fool hardy to think that Cruz can maintain this kind of torrid power pace but it’s entirely possible he could be the first player in nearly 20 years to hit 40 homers while wearing Mariner blue and teal.

What In The World Is Wrong With The Seattle Mariners?

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NWSB writer and Seattle Mariners insider, Brian Scott, ponders what is wrong with the Seattle Mariners in 2015? After 15 games the Mariners are in last place in the AL West with a not so pretty record of 6-9. That record leaves many wondering if the Mariners really are the contenders everyone predicted they would be in 2015.

The Much Too Early Seattle Mariners 2015 Report Card

Zobrist for this guy?  Not gonna happen folks.

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, gives us a much too early report card for the 2015 Seattle Mariners– Seth Smith had to be considered the afterthought in all of the M’s moves that were made prior to the 2015 season in an attempt to improve the offense. Smith was just a guy the M’s brought in to replace Michael Saunders as the left handed half of a right field platoon. Well, if Saunders had ever been able to hit like this, he’d probably still be wearing teal and blue.

No Guts, No Glory!  My 5 Bold Predictions For the 2015 Seattle Mariners

King's Court, Safeco Field, Seattle

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider Brian Scott gives us his five bold M’s predictions for 2015– It’s true. The M’s are the sexy pick to win the AL West in 2015. When is the last time anyone thought that? 2002, maybe? Think about it for a minute. Their pitching is as good if not better than last year in terms of the rotation and the bullpen. Adding Nelson Cruz, Seth Smith, Rickie Weeks, and Justin Ruggiano offensive has to buy at least few more runs and eventual wins than the package we had last year, right?

Which Seattle Mariners Breakout With Big Seasons In 2015?

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NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners writer Brian Scott gives us a look at which M’s will breakout in the 2015 season. I always look for guys coming into a contract year to have a big year. There is just something about playing for a big, new contract that tends to motivate players in those situations. Nelson Cruz and his 40 homers last year are a perfect example of just that very thing.

Are the 2015 Seattle Mariners A Complete Team?

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NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider Brian Scott dives into the Seattle Mariners roster. Who will make the 25? Are the M’s a complete roster at this point? You have to have a backup catcher. It’s a given and Sucre is getting the nod. Bloomquist is healthy, under contract and is a wonderful bench player so I think his spot is safe. With the platoon situations in right field and at short you wind up with a four man bench.

Are The Seattle Mariners Done Adding For 2015?

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NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider breaks down the M’s off season moves so far and what likely lies ahead for their roster. Seriously, if you won’t trade Walker or Paxton for Kemp or Upton why would you give either of them up for Zobrist? It makes no sense to make this deal if you are the Mariners unless the price is significantly less than giving up Walker or Paxton.

Mariners Quest For A Full Time Right Fielder May Come Up Empty

Give McClendon credit for the James Jones move.

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider Brian Scott gives us the latest on the M’s search for a right fielder. I really think that filling this role from within is exactly where this right field situation is headed for the Mariners. The good news is that they do have options, options that I prefer to signing a guy who is finished, or over paying for a guy who is not, via trade.

The Seattle Mariners Hot Stove Keeps Cranking

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NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider Brian Scott takes a look at the M’s next potential acquisition, Melky Cabrera. Next up for big Jack appears to be Melky Cabrera. While nothing official has been reported or announced, Cabrera would be a great fit in the M’s new-look batting order while playing right field. Will the M’s stop there?

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