Posted March 12, 2013 on
The Mariners extended a rather low-profile non-roster invitation to veteran right-handed reliever Kameron Loe before Spring Training got underway this year. He has performed great so far in Peoria, but it is his past track record that really intrigued Seattle. We show you why that is and what Loe offers that the rest of the Seattle bullpen doesn’t inside.
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The 2013 commercials are finally OUT.
We look forward to baseball season every single year. And one event that lets us Seattle Mariners die-hard fans know the season is right around the corner is the Mariners releasing their commercials.
The M’s unveiled their ads Tuesday morning.
The newest season features Dustin Ackley wearing his love for fans...
Michael Saunders the Mariners outfielder absolutely destroyed pitches over the weekend in Phoenix, earning the top player award for round one. How sweet is it to say that eh? Mariners fans?
The World Baseball Classic may have been criticized or downgraded in previous years, but the competition appears ready to stay. Although the WBC is not doing well for television...
He could probably talk to a Buffalo too!
The young 3B has been ahead of schedule his entire career; Mariners fans are looking forward to year three.
At the ripe age of 25, 3B Kyle Seager is heading into his third season with the Seattle Mariners, his second complete season. Called up in 2011, Seager surprised both fans and experts by arriving at the show only a month after 2B Dustin...
The Seattle Mariners received disappointing news over the weekend. They will be without their right-handed reliever Josh Kinney for several weeks. The five-year veteran was diagnosed with an issue in his rib cage and will have to miss time says Greg Johns of MLB.com.
Reliever Josh Kinney has stress reaction in left side and will be out several weeks, according to Mariners...
Our third piece checking the depth of the Seattle Mariners focuses on the middle infield, an area that has become a strength of the organization under the current front office. This collection of second basemen and shortstops offers a little bit of everything on both offense and defense. We break down who ranks where among this talented group inside.
Despite losing the opening charity game, the Seattle Mariners are playing well, sporting an 11-4 record. Still, the best news to report from Mariners camp at Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona, was that Jay Buhner, Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez and Dan Wilson were all present—signing autographs, and possibly sharing their expertise and advice with the current players.
Ace. Workhorse. Unhittable. King. Venezuelan. Those are just five of many words you can use to describe Felix Hernandez, who has been one of baseball’s most consistent pitchers since he burst onto the scene as a 20-year-old in 2006. He has especially taken off in the last four years averaging 238 innings pitched and 224 [...]
It’s safe to say there’s general acceptance that using a small sample in data sets has the potential to result in spurious correlations or unreliable conclusions. Yet every Spring, there’s a long list of reclamation projects who will no doubt be judged on a very small sample size of data. Just ask Kelvim Escobar who found himself looking for a new team after two-thirds of a...
Felix Hernandez struck out three in three innings of his second spring training start, but the Seattle Mariners lost to an Arizona Diamondbacks split squad 5-4 Tuesday.
Hernandez, who became the highest-paid pitcher in baseball when he signed a seven-year, $175 million contract in February, walked one and gave up one hit - a solo home run to Eric Hinske.
In two spring appearances...