Chicago Cubs Off-Season Needs

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The Chicago Cubs are in a very complicated spot this off-season. Most of their key players have been included in trade rumors since the season ended. On paper, there aren’t many spots that need to be filled, but there is always room for improvement. Their needs may be much different in the coming months, especially […] READ MORE



Seattle Mariners Set MLB Record

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The Seattle Mariners have set a new MLB record by homering in their 15th consecutive game to start the season. The record-breaking home run was hit by Dee Gordon in the sixth inning against the Kansas City Royals. All the dingers! The @Mariners have the record to themselves. pic.twitter.com/odHTSjWKYl — MLB Stats (@MLBStats) April 11, […] READ MORE



2018 MLB All-Stars: From Washington to Washington (D.C.)

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As we approach the mid-summer classic, the Seattle Mariners find themselves in a spot they are unfamiliar with. Sitting 23 games over .500, they are well on their way to making the playoffs. With that record, they have a number of players who are deserving of an All-Star nod. Let’s dive in and look at […] READ MORE


2018 will be the Year the Seattle Mariners Playoff Drought Ends

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After having their record-setting 116-win season in 2001 ended abruptly in the ALDS, the Seattle Mariners haven’t seen the postseason since. Suffice to say, it’s been a long 16 years for baseball fans in the pacific northwest. But entering 2018, there is a strong reason to believe that playoff drought could be coming to an […] READ MORE


Seattle Acquires Dee Gordon

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The offseason is beginning to heat up, and no, it’s not all about the Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes. According to reports, the Seattle Mariners have acquired second basemen Dee Gordon from the Miami Marlins. #Mariners acquire two-time All-Star Dee Gordon and international slot money from Miami in exchange for minor leaguers Robert Dugger, Nick Neidert and […] READ MORE



Miami Marlins 2016 Season Recap

Despite falling short of the postseason, the Miami Marlins (79-82) made substantial gains in the 2016 season. First year manager, Don Mattingly, referred to the season as a "stepping stone," with several of its core players taking significant steps forward, including position players - Christian Yelich, J.T. Realmuto, Marcel Ozuna as well as pitchers Adam Conley and Kyle Barraclough. READ MORE


Miami Marlins Fire Barry Bonds

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2016 was a season the Miami Marlins would rather forget – a season that began like a roller coaster climbing toward the apex of the hill, but ended up speeding down the other side. The fish went into the All-Star break six games over .500 and had a legitimate shot at the playoffs. But playing […] READ MORE