Voting a Pitcher for MVP is the Right Call

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When you look throughout the history of the MVP award, the winners are mostly hitters. The American league has handed it out to two pitchers since 1986, Roger Clemens in 1986, and Justin Verlander in 2010. The National League has had it happen twice in 50 years, with Bob Gibson in 1968, and Clayton Kershaw […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners Put Winning Second

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The Seattle Mariners have had some interesting promotions this year. Four different Bark at the Park nights. They had a wine stopper night. There was a blanket hoodie night, a fanny pack night, and Ben Gamel Cap night, long hair included. There is a flannel night, and a Mike Zunino lunch bag night. They had […] READ MORE


The Seattle Mariners Have Collapsed

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The Seattle Mariners, for all intents and purposes, have collapsed. Yes, the team is still 16 games above .500. Yes, they still have an outside shot at making the playoffs. Fivethirtyeight still gives them a 4% chance to make the playoffs. The wins the team piled up early on in the year hides what has […] READ MORE


Christian Yelich’s Historic Night

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Christian Yelich’s historic night can be broken down by the number of people who have met his accomplishment. There aren’t a lot of players that can say they have hit for the cycle, its happened 321 times. Even fewer can say they have had six hits in a game, that feat’s been accomplished 166 times. […] READ MORE


The NL Central Playoff Race is Heating up

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Although the Pittsburgh Pirates tried at the trade deadline to be involved in the conversation, this has turned into a three horse race. With around one month left, the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, and Milwaukee Brewers find themselves only 3 games apart. The race is tight, and important as well. Whoever wins the division […] READ MORE



Fixing the Seattle Mariners Starting Rotation

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The Seattle Mariners recently moved Felix Hernandez to the bullpen for the first time in his career. Taking the spot recently vacated by Sam Tuivailala, who is on the DL with an achilles injury. After posting a 5.73 ERA through 23 starts, something needed to change. With the Mariners pushing for the playoffs, the team […] READ MORE


The 2018 Seattle Mariners Offense Continues to Struggle

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As July went along, the baseball gods seemed to focus in on the Seattle Mariners. For the first three months of the season, luck went their way. Yes, the team is better than in the past, and good teams usually create luck based on their skill. Whenever you looked at the team, it seemed like […] READ MORE



What to Do About Robinson Cano

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The Seattle Mariners find themselves in a place they aren’t used to being. Sitting 20 games above .500, they are mostly in control of their own destiny. A playoff berth is in reach with 60 games left in the year, and they are about to get a huge piece back. Robinson Cano is set it […] READ MORE