Seattle Mariners

Jerry Dipoto
Justin Merrlles - Dec 11, 2022

Jerry Dipoto served as the manager of the Seattle Mariners from 2015-2022. Dipoto is the architect behind the Mariners ending their 21-year playoff drought. While the climb to contention was not easy, the rise came from the Mariners’ front office. The average fan may not know how frequently the 54-year-old trades players, who has overseen […]

Home Run Leaders

The home run leaders since 2017 are surprising at best. Each player’s home run is enough for people to witness one of the most thrilling moments in a baseball game. The all-time home run record in a season is 73, held by Barry Bonds in 2001. But before Bonds, there was a home run chase […]

Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo and the Seattle Mariners agreed on a five-year extension. According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, the deal is worth $108 million with a full no-trade clause for the 2023 to 2025 seasons. There’s a $1 million assignment bonus if the right-hander is moved following that. In addition, a sixth-year vesting option can take […]

2022 MLB Rookie

The 2022 MLB Rookie of the Year race is coming to a close. With two weeks left of the season, these rookie players have performed best as part of a strong first-year class. Both leagues feature a few up-and-comers who have the potential to be future stars of the game. Here’s a final look at […]

J-Rod extension
Lewis Masella - Aug 31, 2022

The Seattle Mariners made a big commitment to their future last week. The team announced they were signing rookie sensation Julio Rodriguez to a massive extension. The intricate deal guarantees Rodriguez at least $210 million, and could range up to a record $470 million. The extension should keep J-Rod in Seattle for at least the […]

Paul Sewald
Jim Marshall - Aug 24, 2022

Paul Sewald is becoming a bullpen specialist for the Seattle Mariners. His durability, and his willingness to enter the game as a middle relief, and set-up pitcher has made it less of a challenge for manager Scott Servais when deciding what reliever to bring in for specific situations.  He is a big reason why this […]

Ryleigh Mulvihill - Aug 15, 2022

Felix Hernandez Perfect Game Anniversary Felix Hernandez’s perfect game anniversary is today. On August 15th, 2012, Hernandez pitched the game of his life. Felix Hernandez’s perfect game anniversary brings fond memories to Seattle Mariners fans, as well as baseball fans around the world. Hernandez, on a beautiful Wednesday summer afternoon in 2012, threw the 23rd […]

Luis Castillo
Drew Lutts - Jul 29, 2022

Reds Ship Luis Castillo to Mariners for Prospect Haul Cue the fire sale in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Reds have traded right handed pitcher Luis Castillo to the Seattle Mariners for a huge haul of prospects. Castillo’s name has been a hot one on the market with multiple teams in the mix all year long. The […]

Rookie of the Year
Christopher Lyke - Jul 18, 2022

Rookie of the Year Watch: 2022 American League at the Break We have reached the mid-point of the 2022 season and now the American League Rookie of the Year watch is on. There are clear favorites and contenders. Who are the candidates for the award at season’s end? The breakdown will be done in tiers […]

Jim Marshall - May 30, 2022

Seattle Mariners Logan Gilbert’s success has been noted of late. Gilbert has shown everyone he might be what the Mariners need, a reliable pitcher who can come out every fifth day and make good. This past Sunday’s games, he was 5-2 with a league-leading 10 games started. He also has a 2.29 ERA with 60 […]

Defending Champions
Caleb Begley - Apr 30, 2022

The life of defending champions, in any sport, is never easy. This is especially true at the beginning of the next season. Either one begins said campaign hotter than the surface of the sun or colder than the Arctic Ocean. There are very few middling or even mediocre starts to seasons right after winning major […]

Jackie Robinson Day Started
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Apr 14, 2022

Thankful does not even begin to describe what baseball feels towards Jackie Robinson. Quite simply, the game would not be the same if he had not stepped onto Ebbets Field for the Brooklyn Dodgers that day 75 years ago. It was one of the most important moments in baseball history.  Sports would not be the […]

Mariners J.P. Crawford

Seattle Mariners J.P. Crawford will be the team’s shortstop for the next five years. According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, Crawford agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $51 million. He previously agreed to a one-year, $4.85 million deal for 2022. Instead, the deal starts this year, and it buys out the rest of the […]

Young MLB stars

Young MLB stars are ready to make an impact. Bobby Witt Jr., the top prospect in baseball, came up huge to help the Kansas City Royals defeat the Cleveland Guardians 3-1. Witt Jr. was hitless in his first three at-bats; he hit a double to deep left field to score Michael Taylor. Andrew Benintendi drove in it Witt […]

2022 seattle mariners preview
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Apr 7, 2022

The time is finally here. Well, almost. Due to the weather, Opening Day for the Seattle Mariners is now Friday, April 8. However, a day more wait will seem like nothing for fans who have eagerly waited the long offseason for the 2022 Mariners to take the field. It would not be a Mariners 2022 […]

Cincinnati Reds
Drew Lutts - Mar 14, 2022

Cincinnati Reds Ship Winker, Suarez to Seattle Mariners Cue the fire sale for the Cincinnati Reds. After giving away Wade Miley on waivers, trading defensive stalwart Tucker Barnhart and offboarding Sonny Gray, the Reds have struck another deal. In somewhat surprising news, they have now traded Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez to the Seattle Mariners. […]

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Jeremy Breland - Mar 14, 2022

Thirty-one-year-old right-hander Michael Wacha is arguably the best free agent starting pitcher remaining in free agency. Wacha has pitched 10 seasons in the big leagues, compiling 1,153 2/3 innings with a 4.05 ERA and 4.07 FIP. He has spent much of his career as a mid-to-bottom of-the-rotation starter. After all, Wacha has only three seasons […]

Brandon Willman - Mar 14, 2022

Former All-Star outfielder and World Series champion Dexter Fowler announced his retirement via social media Tuesday, ending his 15-year career.  “It’s here. I’m hanging up my cleats. From an 18-year-old draft pick in Colorado to a “vet” in Anaheim – there are a few things I will never forget.” Fowler wrote. “I’m mostly proud to […]

Chad Green

Chad Green is signing a two-year, $8.5 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. Michael Marino of Fantrax was the first to report on the deal, including options for 2025 and 2026. The 31-year-old spent his entire career with the New York Yankees since 2016. Tommy John surgery but an abrupt halt to Green’s 2022 […]

Justin Merrlles - Mar 14, 2022

The Kansas City Royals have re-signed starting pitcher Zack Greinke. He will return for his twentieth season in the majors and his ninth season with the Royals. Greinke has signed a 1-year deal. Greinke in 2022 After leaving the Royals in 2010, Greinke returned with Kansas City in 2022. After pitching on contenders like the […]

Adrian Beltre
Jeremy Breland - Mar 14, 2022

On Tuesday, third baseman Scott Rolen was finally inducted into the Hall of Fame. Rolen will be sharing the stage in Cooperstown in July along with Veterans Committee elect Fred McGriff. It was a big day for baseball as the writers avoided a shutout for the second time in three years. Rolen garnered 76.3% of […]

Shohei Ohtani
Ryan Shaw - Mar 14, 2022

Shohei Ohtani’s 2021 season may not only be the greatest MVP campaign in baseball history but also one of the most unique displays of athleticism in all of sports. Ohtani proved for the first time in his career that he could play a full season as both a hitter and a pitcher. While playing one […]

Red Sox Playoffs
Ryan Feyre - Mar 14, 2022

The Boston Red Sox playoff hopes for 2023 are an enigma. The organization continues to face the ire of fans head-on, especially last weekend during the team’s Winter Weekend event. Owner John Henry, CEO Sam Kennedy, and chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom were welcomed with boos upon entering the MassMutual Center in Springfield. The jeers […]

Jeff McNeil
Lewis Masella - Mar 14, 2022

The New York Mets signed second baseman Jeff McNeil to a four-year, $50 million extension Friday, according to reports. Jeff Passan of ESPN was first on the news. The deal keeps McNeil in Queens long-term. He was set to go to an arbitration trial with the Mets, but that is not the issue now. “The […]