Looking Back: Mariners vs. Cardinals series rewind

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson recaps Seattle’s series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Playing a team who is battling for supremacy in their division, don’t let Sunday’s outcome fool you, the Mariners played a good series. Dropping the first game in extra innings, Seattle received a day two boost from James Paxton before an embarrassing loss on Sunday.

Memory lane: The Mariners top 5 memories from the first half

The home opener is always one of the best memories of the year (The Columbian).

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his top 5 favorite memories from Seattle’s first half of their 2013 MLB season. Citing the home opener as the first memory of the season, he then runs through some impressive individual efforts and great team efforts that helped see the Mariners to victory. With the All Star break quickly coming to a close, he wants to reflect one last time on what was the Mariners’ 2013 first half and prove that the team wasn’t as bleak as they may have seemed at times.

Could we be seeing the last of one, or all of these Mariners?

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell brings us a piece on the expectations of the upcoming MLB trade deadline. Five names are on his watch list of players who will probably be questioned about by other teams. Michael Morse, Raul Ibanez, Kendrys Morales, Brendan Ryan, and Oliver Perez. Three of those players are must keeps for the M’s if they want to sustain any sort of pace this year according to Clinton. We will see at the end of the month who stays or goes.

Medina quickly stepping into new role for the M’s

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the Mariners’ bullpen and how Yoervis Medina figures into its future. Making his debut on April 16 against Detroit in an outing that saw him come in for 1 1/3 innings while surrendering no runs, he has been absolutely stellar since getting his first shot. Currently boasting a 2-2 record in 25 appearances with a 2.70 ERA, Medina looks like the closer of the future in Seattle, especially with the struggles of Tom Wilhelmsen and the rest of the crew.

Mariners lose to Astros again, still have chance to take series

Carlos Peguero

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger Jeff Budke talks about the Seattle Mariners tough game 2 loss to the Astros on Monday night. The good. Oliver Perez hasn’t given up a run since April 9, which has been his only allowed run in 2013. He has 10 K’s in 10 innings and deserves respect solidifying the bullpen after the M’s lost Stephen Pryor to the DL. The bad. After Kendrys Morales gave hope in the 8th, the Mariners went down quickly.

Seattle Mariners playing in the 2013 World baseball classic

Michael Saunders

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Brandon Choate reminds us that the World Baseball Classic is upon us and the Mariners will be well represented in the tournament. Besides Michael Saunders, Alex Liddi and Oliver Perez, the Mariners are sending 4 young players and a grizzled veteran in Brian Sweeney. Luiz Gohara, Kalian Sams, Thyago Vieirs, and Pedro Okuda are all looking to show the Mariners they have what it takes to advance in their system while trying to propel their home countries to a tournament win.

Seattle Mariners news: M’s in on Josh Hamilton

Josh Hamilton

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jonathan Irwin reports on the MLB rumors that the M’s are a suitor for Josh Hamilton. Hamilton is arguably the best hitter on the free agent market. And while the move wouldn’t make Seattle instant contenders, it gets them a lot closer. It’s speculated that he’s seeking a seven-year deal worth $175 million.

Seattle Mariners resign reliever Oliver Perez

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jonathan Irwin reports on the MLB breaking news this week on the resigning of reliever Oliver Perez. The left-handed relieve returns on a one-year deal worth $1.5 million, with an extra $600K in bonuses. It’s another lateral move by Jack-Z, designed to retain his solid pitching staff from 2012.

State of the Mariners – Weekly Notebook | August 16

Dave Neihaus

Mariners insider Danny Ferguson brings us the Weekly Seattle Mariners notebook. Mike Carp is down with injury again as is Franklin Gutierrez who is struggling with side effects of a concussion he suffered weeks ago. Felix Hernandez threw the first perfect game in Seattle Mariners history against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Moments in time…The Seattle Mariners week that was

Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with another M’s Week That Was. Intended to be a fun column, with lots of laughs and other good stuff. Normally it will be a top 10 list, a la David Letterman style. The return of Franklin Gutierrez was the highlight of the week. Newsworthy Optioned down to AAA Tacoma Rainiers were Blake Beavan and Alex Liddi. Also Seattle was swept by the San Diego Padres, but bounced back.

Konnichiwa MLB season: Mariners take on A’s in Japan to open 2012 season

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us let’s not forget the real reason why we are all turning our attention to Japan. Opening day! The happiest day of the year! And for us Mariners fans, especially of late, a chance to relish the thought of not trailing the Angels and Rangers, even if it is short lived. A homecoming in order for Ichiro Suzuki, Hishashi Iwakuma, and Munenori Kawasaki.

Mariners make second round of 2012 roster cuts

Trayvon Robinson, Seattle Mariners

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us Aaron Heilman, Matt Fox, Sean Henn, Josh Kinney, Jeff Marquez, Oliver Perez, and Trayvon Robinson were roster cuts casualties today for the M’s 2012 roster. For the guys sent down on Saturday, they will have to wait for their shot to be on a big league club again. Maybe mid season call ups, maybe next season.

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