Found February 09, 2012 on
Here is a nice story about Danny Hultzen donating $100,000 to the University of Virginia baseball program.
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I usually try to avoid writing about subject(s) matter that tends to cut a little too close to the vest. In the case of of the Seattle Mariners ownership, It’s extremely hard to keep a straight face.
No matter how deep seeded my allegiance lays, (I’ve stayed loyal to this team for over 20 years and that will never change), it becomes extremely hard to keep...
When Eric Wedge said the idea of removing Ichiro from the leadoff spot has "as much to do with his teammates as it has to do with him," the Seattle Mariners manager might as well have screamed Chone Figgins' name.
Wedge has yet to commit to dropping Ichiro or returning Figgins to the top of the order, where he excelled with the Los Angeles Angels before signing with...
The Seattle Mariners have released their 40-man roster ahead of Spring Training, and there aren’t really any surprises. Everything newsworthy has already been covered. But it’s nice to know for sure what Eric Wedge and his coaching staff are thinking. For instance, Chone Figgins is still occupying a spot. Mike Carp and Justin Smoak will [...]
The Seattle Mariners organization is loaded with high-ceiling pitching arms and could field one of the most potent pitching staffs in the game within the next two to three years. The club has done a great job of building an organizational strength that will thrive in its home environment. The front office spent time this past off-season answering questions about its future offense...
We've been on this subject for a while, but a USA Today story published online last night by reporter Bob Nightengale provides an all-encompassing look at how the Mariners and a select handful of teams are about to win a local television lottery in just a couple of years.
The Mariners just started a 10-year, $450-million deal with ROOT Sports last season that was negotiated way...
Colleague Keith Law released his top 100 prospects list today, and this includes a whole bunch of youngsters who won't reach the big leagues until lat...
The Associated Press reports: “Right around the first of the year, Eric Wedge placed a call to a select number of Seattle Mariners telling them to get to the Pacific Northwest in the dead of winter. Wedge wanted to see firsthand if this group had followed through during the offseason in getting themselves ready for [...]
Some readers in the comments thread of the last post brought up some very intelligent points about where the future of this whole regional sports network (RSN) cash giveaway could be leading.
One of them stated that if all teams cash in on new deals, that will simply lead to inflation and keep the status quo with players merely earning higher salaries.
Yes, that would be true if...
Right around the first of the year, Eric Wedge placed a call to a select number of Seattle Mariners telling them to get to the Pacific Northwest in the dead of winter. Wedge wanted to see firsthand if this group had followed through during the offseason in getting themselves ready for the upcoming season in the way Wedge and his staff asked.