Category Archives: Mariners

All posts pertaining to the Mariners, and how ow-shum they are.

Tanaka To Be Posted

Masahiro Tanaka, the Japanese pitching phenom, is going to be posted by his Japanese baseball club the Rakuten Golden Eagles. All clubs that plan to bid for him will post the maximum $20 million pay-to-play fee, and only the team … Continue reading

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Rangers Sign Choo, M’s Next Big Move

It was announced today that the Texas Rangers signed OF Shin Soo Choo for 7 years and $130 million. This is a good signing for the Rangers. Choo’s projected value over the next 7 years is about $125 million, so … Continue reading

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Mariners Resign Franklin Gutierrez, Avoid Arbitration with Furbush

The M’s made two good moves yesterday. They avoided a possible arbitration situation with Charlie Furbush by signing him to a one year deal worth $750,000. This is $246,000 more than last season. The M’s also signed Franklin Gutierrez, even … Continue reading

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Santana, Garza, Jimenez, Oh My!

The three marquee pitchers left on the free agent market are Ervin Santana, Matt Garza, and Ubaldo Jimenez. All three are good pitchers: all three posted positive WARs and had at least nine wins each in 2013. According to multiple … Continue reading

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M’s Acquire Corey Hart and Logan Morrison

Today the Mariners signed outfielder/first basemen/DH Corey Hart and traded reliever Carter Capps to the Miami Marlins for outfielder/first basemen/DH Logan Morrison. Corey Hart did not play in 2013 due to surgeries on both of his knees before the season. … Continue reading

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Why the Mariners Should Trade For Matt Kemp

This offseason, the Dodgers are looking to trade Matt Kemp. Their outfield is very crowded. They have Yasiel Puig, Andre Ethier, and Carl Crawford out there. Matt Kemp is dispensible to them. They also need cash for when they shell … Continue reading

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Remaining Free Agents Who Will Help the Mariners

The Mariners signed Robinson Cano, but that signing alone will not make them contenders in the AL West…yet. The M’s still have a ways to go in order to be legitimate contenders, as the A’s and Rangers are looking like … Continue reading

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