Posted November 15, 2012 on
The Mariners desperately need an infusion of offense this Winter, and they reportedly have payroll room to spare. But with an unprotected 1st round draft pick in 2013, does signing one of the top available Free Agents make sense for the club?
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At the beginning of the 2012 season, a group of reporters were gathered trying to figure out what the best slogan for the Mariners franchise would be to capture the direction the club was going.
There were a lot of pretentious and sarcastic remarks fueled from a decade long dry spell of offensive production.
However, as the conversation progressed...
Fresh off another losing season — 7 out of the last 9, for those counting at home — the Seattle Mariners did what any franchise would do following such a run of ineptness: raise season ticket prices without telling anyone. It was the latest installment of the never-ending comedy of errors to trickle out of the Mariners’ front office. But ultimately, the question was why were...
The Seattle Mariners, looking to bolster their hitting in 2013, are interested in slugging outfielder Josh Hamilton. Mariners president Chuck Armstrong told CBSSports.com that the team, led by general manager Jack Zduriencik, is still setting its course for free agency. "We are going to have more money to spend," Armstrong said. "And we do need offense." ...
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