Found December 23, 2011 on
Mike Carp has always known the importance of friends and family, especially around the holidays. But this year, that perspective hits home a little harder for the Mariners outfielder.
BEST OF MAXIM
Patience has become the keyword for Mariners fans this off season. We are near the end of the year, two months away from Spring Training, and playing the waiting game. The Mariners still need to upgrade their offense if they are going to compete in the A.L. West in 2012. It is a little far-fetched to think this offense can rebound to do enough after back-to-back last place...
LET'S GO TROLLING!
Seattle Mariners think they had received some of the best news, that their ownership spent a ton of money to get the power bat that their lineup needs. The newsbreaker of this huge MLB Hot Stove scoop: Logan Morrison. The ending results, Prince Fielder is not a singer. More Information
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.
The Angels have signed 31-year old lefty swinging outfielder Ryan Langerhans to a minor league deal. He played in 19 games for the Mariners last year and he was 9 for 52 (.173 avg, .664 OPS) with 6 runs scored, 3 homers an 6 RBIs. Langerhans has now played in 591 games in his first 9 years in the majors and he is 280 of 1,238 (.226 avg, .705 OPS) with 174 runs scored, 33 homers...