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Here is the 2011 Seattle Mariners and NWSportsBeat.com Last-Minute Holiday gift ideas. Danny Ferguson our Mariners blogger has five things that the Mariners are hoping to find under their tree this Christmas. A broom, a princess, Chone Figgins, moving the outfield walls, and more items make the list.
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Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson debunks they rumors that the M's are looking to trade away King Felix Hernandez. If we're talking about a Curtis Granderson, Robinson Cano, and Mark Texeria trade there may be more of a stirring. Despite all the speculation to the contrary the Mariners are not considering, and will not consider trading Felix.
The Mariners have signed catcher John Jaso and reliever George Sherrill, but it’s difficult to believe general manager Jack Zduriencik is ready for spring training. Here’s a list of some additional moves the team should make before reconvening in Peoria in February. Some are common sense, while others are a bit less likely. But one [...]
Jack Zduriencik knew why I had called before I even asked a question.
Depending upon your perspective, it's either good or bad that Jack Z is reading my mind.
I say good, because Jack Z is always pleasant about it, and maybe he and I can one day take our act on the road.
"Trade Felix," I say.
"No," Jack Z replies.
Now before Mariners fans get all upset...
Back in July, Bleacher Report put out an article citing their reasons why they believed Felix Hernandez would not be traded in 2011. Well, technically it’s still 2011, and now Andrew Marchand of ESPN is writing blogs about ‘How the Yankees can acquire King Felix.
I’ve been monitoring this situation closely, and I can give you 5 reasons why the Yankees and Mariners will make...
Looking for a place to sign a big free agent contract this offseason? Go West, young man! The Mariners must feel left out after seeing their division rival Angels and Rangers make big free agent splashes, so they may be trying to join in on the fun. Seattle has reportedly made an offer to first baseman Prince Fielder, according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman. According to Heyman,...
The line to sign Prince Fielder may start in Seattle. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported Tuesday that the Mariners have made Fielder an offer to continue his career in the American League West.
The Mariners have made an offer to free-agent first baseman Prince Fielder, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweeted Tuesday. “mariners made prince fielder an offer (or at least told him what they’d pay). seattle people love him but said to have $ limits,” Heyman tweeted, sounding lukewarm as to whether the team can actually afford the [...]
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik said the team has made no formal offers to any non-pitching free agents. But he says the team has continued discussions that began at the winter meetings.
Mariners minority owner Chris Larson had a final ruling delivered in his divorce case this morning. In it, King County Superior Court Judge William Downing concluded that, based on evidence presented at trial, the Mariners have a total franchise value of $641 million.
Forbes magazine back in March had estimated the franchise to be worth $449 million.
Two appraisals done prior to...
The Mariners were valued at $641 million by the King County Superior Court judge who ruled in the divorce trial of Chris Larson, who owns 30.6 percent of the team.