Seattle Mariners All-Time Tournament Team

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After 45 years in Major League Baseball, it is worth taking a trip down memory lane and seeing who deserves to be on the Seattle Mariner’s all-time team. Joining the MLB through expansion in 1977, the Mariners have not yet found the ultimate success of winning a World Series. However, many notable names have worn the […] READ MORE


Is Jon Lester a Hall of Famer?

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Former Red Sox hurler Jon Lester made headlines when he announced his retirement after a 16-year career. Throughout his career, Lester won three World Series titles (two with the Boston Red Sox), amassed 200 wins, and made five All-Star teams. 2021 wasn’t the best swan song, as a 5.29 ERA isn’t the ideal way to […] READ MORE


Mariners Home Game Ties Stadium Record

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On August 27th, the Seattle Mariners played their 1,755th regular-season home game at T-Mobile Park, tying an organization record. This is the same amount of games that were played at the original home of the Mariners, the iconic Kingdome. History of the Kingdome The Kingdome, a staple structure in Seattle’s industrial district, was home to the Mariners […] READ MORE


Paging Doctor Baseball

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Paging Doctor Baseball Earning a P.H.D Welcome to the wonderful world of deceit. Where pitches aren’t what they seem and the laws of physics are challenged by saliva, K-Y jelly, Vaseline, fishing line wax, pine tar, rosin, sweat, emery boards, and nail files. That’s right, folks, we are talking about the art of doctoring a […] READ MORE


More MLB Players Opt Out of 2020 Season

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David Price Officially Opts Out of the 2020 Season On Saturday, two more players officially announced that they will opt out of the 2020 regular season. The first notable name was Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher David Price. First with the news regarding Price, was Price himself on his personal Twitter account. pic.twitter.com/eqQNi8FE29 — David […] READ MORE


Felix Hernandez Making a Clear Case to Make Braves Starting Rotation

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King Felix is Shining Bright This Spring Prior to the start of Spring Training, the Atlanta Braves made a very under-the-radar move. That move came when the team officially announced that it had come to terms with former Seattle Mariners starting pitcher, Felix Hernandez. Hernandez, who is heading into his age 34 season, signed a […] READ MORE


Félix Hernández Looking to Win a Spot in the Atlanta Braves Rotation

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“Frustrating” would be an understatement if you were describing Félix Hernández‘s 2019 season. Hernández, 33, had spent the entirety of his 15-year career with the Seattle Mariners before being signed by the Atlanta Braves this offseason. He was beloved by everyone in Seattle, earning him the nickname “King Félix.” He even had his own personal […] READ MORE


Felix Hernandez Signs Minor League Contract With Atlanta

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Felix Hernandez Signs Minor League Contract With Atlanta The historic career of Felix Hernandez continues on as he officially inked a minor league contract with the Atlanta Braves. Per Jon Heyman, the six-time All-Star signed his contract worth $1 million and included an invitation to spring training. The invitation will be a chance to prove […] READ MORE


The Legacy of Roy “Doc” Halladay

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The Doc is IN — Cooperstown that is.  Roy “Doc” Halladay finally accompanies the other greats of the game in the Hall of Fame. He joins former Toronto Blue Jays in Cooperstown such as Paul Molitor, Roberto Alomar, Dave Winfield, Phil Niekro, Rickey Henderson, and Jack Morris. After a 16 year career, Halladay possesses a […] 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