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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
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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.
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 [...]
Former Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez, who resigned from his post last June, questioned why the Marlins would sign an All-Star shortstop in Jose Reyes when they already had one in Hanley Ramirez. Rodriguez offered his observations during an interview with MLB Network Radio Wednesday with Jim Memolo and Todd Hollandsworth.
“I think it’s going to be [a] very interesting situation...
MIAMI — With Mike Stanton and Logan Morrison regarded as “off limits,” the Marlins are finding it difficult to trade for frontline starting pitching.
Miami pursued Gio Gonzalez for more than a month, but Oakland’s asking price always included either Stanton or Morrison.
Becauses the Marlins are not willing to part with either, they are finding it difficult to lure in a legitimate...
The Huskies dominated Cal State Northridge last night at Hec Ed. N'Diaye was back in action after missing two game, he added 11 points and eight rebounds in 16 minutes. UW starts conference play next Thursday against the Beavers.
Florida Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison had fun on Twitter tricking some people (including me) into thinking Prince Fielder was signing with...
MIAMI — Former Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez offered some interesting comments and observations on Wednesday on MLB Network Radio.
A guest of Jeff Nelson and Jim Memolo, Rodriguez questioned why Miami would sign Jose Reyes when they already had an All-Star shortstop in Hanley Ramirez. But the former manager added that if Ramirez buys into the move, he and Reyes could form one...
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...