Do the M’s have more talent ready to come up? The Seattle Mariners offense was off to a quick start turned inconsistent at best. Mix that in with a bunch of injuries to their starting pitchers, one might think the Mariners have already called up any reserve talent in the minors that might be lurking […]
Seattle Mariners post by Brian Scott. Randy Wolf pitched well enough to make this 2014 Mariners. In my opinion. It’s definitely not happening now as Wolf was granted his release. Following his release, Wolf stated to the media that after the M’s informed him he had made the team AND they wanted him to sign a 45 day advance release consent form. Bogus move.
Tough calls for McClendon coming in just over a week. I think it’s fair to say that there has been more intrigue in this year’s Seattle Mariner’s Spring Training Camp than any other for some time. With 2 starting positions up for grabs and a plethora of rotation spots to fill, some decisions will be […]
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Jordin Ereth talks about Brad Miller as the future of the short stop position for the M’s. This offseason, manager Lloyd McClendon made it clear that both Miller and Nick Franklin would compete for the starting short stop position. So far, Franklin has been underwhelming while Miller has shown signs of MLB stardom.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott breaks down the team’s newcomers, giving us a look at both their upsides and their potential concerns. Seeing how the 2014 MLB offseason was busy for the the M’s, Robinson Cano, Logan Morrison, Scott Baker, Fernando Rodney and Corey Hart are all covered.
NWSB Insider Brian Scott gives us his reason the Seattle Mariners should start two rookie pitchers: Taijuan Walker and James Paxton. If you listen to the scuttle out there, it appears the M’s are far more interested in signing another bat (ie Nelson Cruz) rather than another starting pitcher. But if the M’s use their rookies in the rotation, that leaves just one spot.