Meanwhile, down in Peoria, Arizona…
What started as “wishful thinking” for the Mariner faithful has become a reality: Robinson Cano will sign with Seattle.
Dodgers third base coach Tim Wallach has become the third known finalist to become the next Seattle Mariners manager.
The Seattle Mariners’ 2013 campaign is in the books after a 71-91 finish. And, the offseason starts with an all-too-familiar managerial hunt.
Former Mariners outfielder Wladimir Balentien hit a solo home run Wednesday to move within four of tying Japanese baseball’s season record of 55.
The Mariners’ recent play makes it hard to say whether the team should push for a playoff spot by buying or build for the future by selling…or stay the course and not do anything at all.
It’s that time of the year when we, Mariners fans, wonder who’s going to be shipped away for a handful of prospects. Excited?! Vote now!
If Raul Ibanez continues his hot streak and the Mariners cannot miraculously climb into contention, the 41-year-old will more than likely be dealt at the trade deadline at the end of the month.
Despite taking two out of three from the A’s (in Oakland), the future for the Mariners looks grim.
Chris Ray, who was at one time expected to be the Orioles’ “closer of the future,” now runs Center of the Universe Brewing Company of Ashland, Virginia with his brother Phil.