Category Archives: Mariners

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

Are you ready to RUMBLE?

I’ve been ignoring this blog for quite a while now, and about 8 months ago I wrote a post saying how I was going to start writing more posts and since then I’ve written exactly one post, which I am … Continue reading

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Mariners Lose a Few, Still Damn Good

I was going to write this post yesterday, but my internet completely decided to take a shit on itself, and I was unable to do so. Anyway, long story short, my internet is so bad that I was unable to … Continue reading

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Damn We’re Good

The Mariners are the hottest team in Spring Training. Franklin Gutierrez hit yet another homerun in yesterday’s contest against the Dodgers, and added a two-run double for good measure. Many other Mariners are having hot springs (bad pun) too. There … Continue reading

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Mariners Get Off to Hot Start

Since the horrendous charity game against the Padres to start the Spring, the Mariners have been on a roll. They’ve won four in a row, and each Smoak and Gutierrez dinger raises my expectations for the coming season a little more. The … Continue reading

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Who is Danny Hultzen? 2013 Predictions

Danny Hultzen, the Mariners first-round draft choice in 2011, had an up and down year in 2012. He performed outstandingly at Double-A Jackson, however, he struggled after being promoted to Triple-A. The major decrease in effectiveness is likely due to … Continue reading

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Mariners Trade Carp for Next to Nothing

When Mike Carp was Designated for Assignment a few days ago, it became common lore that Carp would be traded. This was confirmed when Jack Zduriencik said a couple of days ago that a deal involving Carp would be completed … Continue reading

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Dustin Ackley and the Junior Breakout

At one point, many people believed Dustin Ackley was the future of the Mariners. After Ackley’s 2012 campaign, only a rare breed of statistical curmudgeons still held that belief. I am one of those rare statistical curmudgeons. Last year, Ackley suffered from … Continue reading

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