Justin Verlander’s Astros Deal Still Not Official

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Major League Baseball is at the beginning of what could be a long lockout. During a lockout, teams cannot talk to players or make any major league signings. This means that deals that were not made official before the lockout cannot be completed until after it is over. Overall, this is not a big deal […] READ MORE


Three Astros Offseason Questions

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2021 was another great season for the Houston Astros, even if they fell short of the ultimate goal of a World Series Championship. Fortunately for Houston, they have the majority of their core intact as they head into the offseason. They have already addressed some of the questions that were surrounding the team this offseason. […] READ MORE


Toro’s Grand Slam Gives Mariners Win

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SEATTLE, August 31st- Abraham Toro lead the Seattle Mariners to a grand slam win over the Houston Astros Tuesday night. “Abra-slam” as the Mariners called it, hit a timely grand slam in the eighth inning to give the Mariners their only runs of the game. Mariners Have Unproductive Day at the Plate The Mariners had another unproductive day […] READ MORE


Mariners Chemistry Since The Trade Deadline

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After the MLB trade deadline, the chemistry of every team changes. Whether it is welcoming new players to make a run at the postseason or saying goodbye to beloved teammates. The deadline can be a time of excitement for some and dismay for others. The Seattle Mariners have gone 3-7 since the July 30th deadline. […] READ MORE


Astros Address Bullpen Needs at Trade Deadline

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The 2021 Trade Deadline turned out to be one of the most exciting Trade Deadlines to the history of the game. Deals were flying around the news feed and there were blockbusters aplenty. The Houston Astros were not a part of any blockbusters at the Trade Deadline, but they definitely addressed their most important need: […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners Comeback Win Stuns Astros

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When the Houston Astros put up a six-run frame in the first inning, things were not looking good for the Seattle Mariners. A pivotal division series matchup was going array before it had even started. Fans in T-Mobile Park, excited a mere hour earlier, were now disappointed in what was looking to be a guaranteed loss. […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners Trade for Pitcher Tyler Anderson

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The Seattle Mariners trade for pitcher Tyler Anderson from the Pittsburgh Pirates. In return, Pittsburgh gets two prospect in catcher Carter Bins and right-handed pitcher Joaquin Tejada.  Welcome to Seattle, Tyler Anderson! We have acquired the LHP in exchange for minor leaguers C Carter Bins and RHP Joaquin Tejada. 📰 https://t.co/u0fl6PKkax pic.twitter.com/bLFWdDfVRG — Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) July 28, […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners First Half Season Review

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On the eve of the All-Star break ending and the second half beginning, teams around the league review what they did good in the first half and what they need to improve on. The Seattle Mariners look to assess as a team as well. Seattle ended the first half with a 48-43 record. This puts […] READ MORE


Reliever Rankings, May 22

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Reliever Rankings — Saturday, May 22 Here are the inaugural Reliever Rankings for 2021, up to and including Saturday, May 22. Teams are ranked by league in the following categories: inherited runners scored percentage (IS%), ERA-minus (ERA–), WHIP, strikeouts per walk (K/BB), Goose Egg percentage (GE%), Broken Egg percentage (BE%), and GE per BE (GE/BE). […] READ MORE


Three Consecutive Walk-Off Wins May Ignite Oakland

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The Games Saturday, May 6 Things looked grim for the Oakland Athletics in the fifth inning on Saturday. With the team down 5-2 against the Detroit Tigers, disappointed fans flocked to the Shibe Park Tavern to watch the Warriors take on the Utah Jazz. When the A’s put two runs on the board in the […] READ MORE