Seattle Mariners Potential Trade Deadline Moves

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The July 30th MLB Trade Deadline is approaching quickly. By 4 p.m ET on Friday, teams will have decided to be buyers or sellers for the remainder of the 2021 season. For many teams, it is clear on what side they are on. For the Seattle Mariners, however, there is no clear indication of what the […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners 2020 Season Review

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2020 In Review: Seattle Mariners The Seattle Mariners concluded the 2020 season with a 27-33 record or a .450 winning percentage. Among the rest of the American League West, that put Seattle third overall. In comparison, the Oakland Athletics who won the division finished the regular season nine games ahead of the Mariners. Under the […] READ MORE


This Week In Home Runs: Week of 8/17 Padres Are Grand

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We had another crazy week of home runs with 267 bombs hit in total. That was one off from the previous week. The players are still adjusting to some games getting postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests. For those who love to watch the game, we have seen more doubleheaders this year than in any […] READ MORE


Fantasy Baseball Waiver Targets: Dakota Hudson Leads the Pack

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Last Word on Baseball is back with your fantasy baseball waiver targets of the week. At the bottom, see how last week’s targets have fared. For the sake of continuity, ESPN leagues are the baseline, and for a player to make this list, they must be rostered on no more than 50% of teams across […] 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


The 2018 Seattle Mariners Offense Continues to Struggle

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As July went along, the baseball gods seemed to focus in on the Seattle Mariners. For the first three months of the season, luck went their way. Yes, the team is better than in the past, and good teams usually create luck based on their skill. Whenever you looked at the team, it seemed like […] READ MORE


Nolan Gorman 2018 Draft Profile

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The first round of the MLB draft will be held on June 4th. For the teams that have an early pick on day one, it is essential for them to get a player who can help them. While drafting a player is not an exact science, teams do their best to ensure they are getting […] READ MORE


Top 5 American League Third Basemen

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These five players have the tough task of managing the hot corner day in and day out. They do so with ease and some have put together Hall of Fame worthy careers, while another is one of the leagues brightest up and coming stars. In 2016 this group combined for 172 home runs and 496 […] READ MORE


Most Captivating MLB Players Of 2016: Part 2

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As the 2016 calendar year comes to an end, the LWOS MC50 series captures the 50 most captivating athletes from 2016 in each sport. LWOB takes a look at the 50 MLB players who drew headlines this past year, whether it be for on-field accomplishments, off-season drama, or happenings away from the ballpark. Most Captivating […] READ MORE


Seattle Mariners 2016 Offseason Needs

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The Seattle Mariners finished the 2016 season with a ten-game improvement over their 2015 campaign (86-76). However, they were still three games shy of gaining a Wild Card berth, continuing MLB‘s longest playoff drought. Seattle finished with one of the best offenses in baseball, driving in 700+ runs and finishing behind only the Boston Red Sox […] READ MORE