NWSB insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Brian Scott tells us whats next for the Mariners playoff chances. The obvious. The Mariners have been flat out awful at home. They are 38-40 when playing at Safeco Field for some inexplicable reason. Can they do it? Of course Brian doesn’t know. He can’t wait to watch and find out though. Felix Hernandez deserves this shot.
Brian Scott our NWSB insider and Seattle Mariners blogger weighs in with some predictions for the M’s should they make the postseason in MLB. The need for a 5th starter just doesn’t happen in the post season. With Roenis Elias shutdown for the rest of the year anyway and Taijuan Walker much too green to pitch in the post season it really doesn’t make sense to move him to the pen.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Brian Scott weighs in on the 2014 M’s playoff chances. He points out the pennant chase is on, it’s real and it’s going down to the wire. Since his arrival via trade in July, Austin Jackson has been a pretty steady guy batting in the .260-.270 range. Brian says continue to look for Lloyd McClendon to find a way to keep Endy Chavez’s bat in the lineup, especially against rightys.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Brian Scott weighs in on DJ Peterson. Brian points out heading into spring of 2016, if they haven’t already, the M’s will have to decide between keeping Justin Smoak or Logan Morrison as D.J. Peterson is likely going to be given a legit shot to make the team out of spring training that spring.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott takes a look at the 2014 Mariners, specifically the 2014 September call ups. Brian points out Justin Smoak who is on a tear, Corey Hart, Humberto Quintero, Stefen Romero, James Jones, Erasmo Ramirez, Taijuan Walker, Lucas Luetge, Blake Beavan could all see action soon on the M’s.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott takes a look at the 2014 Mariners, specifically Dustin Ackley. The first Brian notices when he looks at this is that Ackley seems to start out ok but it’s like he hits a wall in May. It’s very similar to what we see from starting pitchers who sometimes get a dead arm about that same time of year.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott breaks down current events in the Pacific Northwest, MLB edition. The 2014 Ms arefull of surprises. After giving their GM, Jack Zduriencik, a “do or die” one-year deal preceding the season, the team brass has now apparently seen enough to be satisfied.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Brian Scott composes a letter to the newest MLB commissioner, Rob Manfred, from the perspective of an Ms fan. As Scott says, “Transparency on how the rules are being applied and decided will give your umpiring crews even more credibility and integrity.” Welcome aboard, Mr. Manfred.
Brian Scott our Mariners blogger says he just don’t get people. This is certainly a more exciting M’s team than the 2007 team that collapsed in early August which is the closest the Mariners have been to the playoffs in more than a decade. Take a look at what’s going on here. Mike Zunino, Robinson Cano, and Felix Hernandez are leading the comeback.
Brian Scott our Mariners blogger tells us its time to get ready to honor one of the Mariners all time greats. No other skipper in Seattle Mariners history has had the success that “Sweet” Lou enjoyed through most of the ’90s and into the early 2000s. To celebrate, he’ll remind you of a few of his favorite Lou Piniella stories.
M’s Make Two Deadline Deals As a whole, the 2014 MLB trade deadline will likely be talked about as one of the most active days of trading in baseball history. Several teams like the A’s and Tigers went into “All In” mode and made some serious waves with their acquisitions. The Seattle Mariners, on the […]
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Brian Scott weighs in at the halfway point of the 2014 MLB Season on M’s skipper Lloyd McClendon. Brian thinks it’s time we pay some attention to the skipper, the moves he’s made and the other decisions that surround his role on the club and give him some praise and scrutiny where both are deserved.