Longest Standing MLB Records That Were Broken

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The longest-standing MLB records have either been broken or will never be reached. For instance, Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961, surpassing Babe Ruth’s long-standing record of 60. Maris remained the record holder until 1998, when Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa hammered their way into baseball’s record books. That home run chase, in […] READ MORE


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


Ten Greatest Comebacks in MLB History: #5

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Sometimes, comebacks have far reaching implications. A team that has dominated throughout the season can find itself in a very familiar position: up late in the contest. Then, their opponent, for some reason or another, finds a way to roar back and defeat them. Perhaps they are truly emulating the biblical hero David, slaying the […] 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


Ichiro’s Rookie Season Was Like None Other In Baseball

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Ichiro’s rookie season was one of the best in MLB history. Before anyone witnessed his spectacular season, we have to go back to the mid-nineties. Ichiro, a 22-year old at the time, went on his first trip to the United States in 1995. He wasn’t even playing in the majors as he was playing for […] READ MORE


Derek Jeter’s Road to Cooperstown

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Derek Jeter Early Career Derek Jeter had mixed scouting reports coming out of High School. Legend has it that some scouts, while acknowledging his talents, believed the young shortstop from Kalamazoo, MI, to be too scrawny for Major League Baseball. The New York Yankees decided to take a chance and drafted Derek Jeter as the […] READ MORE


MLB All-21st-Century Team Through 2019

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As the 2010s decade comes to a close, the 21st Century is now one-fifth complete. With that being said, it is fun to look back at the remarkable MLB careers that have taken place so far this century. While it is impossible to speculate who, in the next 80 years, will garner recognition of the […] READ MORE



Ichiro Suzuki to Join the Seattle Mariners Front Office

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After a long and illustrious career with Nippon Professional Baseball and Major League Baseball, it was announced today that Ichiro Suzuki will join the Seattle Mariners front office as the special assistant to the chairman. Ichiro Suzuki to Join the Seattle Mariners Front Office #Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki is transitioning to the role of Special […] READ MORE


Ichiro Suzuki back in Seattle, One Last Time

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Ichiro, an Indelible Mark on Mariners History “This is my home.” – Ichiro Suzuki Wednesday, April 19, 2017 could possibly be the final game played by Ichiro Suzuki at SafeCo Field. The Seattle Mariners played a three-game set with the Miami Marlins this week, going 2-1, and gradually put the first week of the season […] READ MORE