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During Sunday afternoon's Red Sox broadcast, you might have heard Jerry Remy complain about the epidemic problem of dancing grounds crew members around Major League Baseball, of which he was clearly not a fan. Well, it may be in the job description of newly hired grounds crew members, but dancing skills certainly aren't expected of the players on the diamond. Howeverm, Seattle Mariners shortstop Munenori Kawasaki may be having some extracurricular fun, anyway, taking a few moments in Saturday's game to do his best Michael Jackson (or Usher, whichever reference your generation prefers) impression in the team's dugout. As it...
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Seattle Mariners infielder Munenori Kawasaki watched most of Sunday's game against the Boston Red Sox from the dugout, but he kept himself loose with some dance moves.
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Cameras caught Kawasaki getting down multiple times, including the end of the third inning and again at the end of the sixth inning, giving a good laugh to his teammates...
There might not be a more energetic Major League Baseball player than Seattle Mariners shortstop Munenori Kawasaki.
During Sunday's Mariners/Red Sox affair, dugout cameras caught Kawasaki cutting a rug and showing off his smooth moves:
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Munenori Kawasaki dances in the dugout during the game because … uh … yeah. Plus, he lies on teammate Casper Wells slowly, awkwardly, and in the most homoerotic way possible
I recently took a two-day trip up the I-5 North to the Emerald City to catch a Mariners’ game or two with my dad and older brother. Since Portland no longer has any type of baseball thanks to our losing soccer team, a three-hour drive was needed to cure my baseball withdrawals. Funny how America's pastime took a backseat to almost every other country in the world'...
The lone all star
The Lone Ranger spent his life with his trusty steed Silver and his faithful friend Tonto traveling from village to village solving the problems that no one was capable of solving for themselves.
I bet there were times when he was riding off into the sunset he would lean over to his travel companion and complain about how lazy people were and how he had to do all...
Is it over yet?
Welcome to the State of the Seattle Mariners update for the 2012 regular season. In these weekly updates you will find all the information and news regarding the Seattle Mariners Baseball Franchise.
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The M’s finish up their home stand against the Baltimore Orioles for a 3 game set, including a special Holiday home game on the 4th of July. ...
The Seattle Mariners have signed first-round draft pick catcher Mike Zunino, who was taken with the No. 3 overall selection in June's amateur draft.
The Mariners announced Zunino's signing on Monday evening. He was to be introduced at a news conference on Tuesday afternoon.
Zunino, from Florida, was considered the best college position player available in the draft. Zunino...
Mariners starter Erasmo Ramirez left Saturday night's game against Boston in the third inning with an undisclosed injury after retiring the first eight batters.
With two outs in the inning, Ramirez threw a first-pitch strike to Boston's No. 9 hitter Mike Aviles. After throwing the pitch, Ramirez signaled for Seattle catcher Miguel Olivo. When Olivo got to the mound, he signaled...
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The Seattle Mariners are a team begging to get beat. They came into Saturday's game at Safeco Field hitting .197 at home and averaging 2.8 runs a game.
True to form, they...
David Ortiz hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 for a split of the four-game series.
Ryan Kalish, pinch-hitting for Brent Lillibridge, hit a one-out double off the right-center field wall against Seattle reliever Brandon League in the 10th. Dustin Pedroia followed with a single to right, putting runners at the corners.
Apparently Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe and I are thinking on the same wave length. Well, to be honest this idea has probably been floating around for a lot longer than I had it in my head. This idea you ask? The Red Sox need to trade for Seattle Mariners ace “King” Felix Hernandez. [...]
SEATTLE - The Boston Red Sox came into a four-game series in Seattle one of the hottest teams in baseball, having won nine of 11. They came out of the weekend against the Mariners happy to have gotten a split of the series, thanks to their first extra-inning win of the year, a 2-1 victory provided by David Ortiz's 10th-inning sacrifice fly on Sunday. Newly acquired Brent...
A sacrifice fly by David Ortiz in the top of the 10th inning drove home Ryan Kalish with what proved to be the winning run as the Red Sox topped the Seattle Mariners 2-1 to earn a split of their 4-game series at Safeco Field.Mariners starter Jason Vargas stifled the Red Sox for 8 innings allowing one run on an 8th-inning solo home run by Dustin Pedroia (pictured), one of just 5...
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Red Sox (41-37)
Pitching: LHP Felix Doubront (8-4, 4.54)
Pitching: LHP Jason Vargas (7-7, 4.54)