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The Seattle Mariners announced Wednesday that the coaching staff will return unchanged in 2012.
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The Seattle Mariners are a perfect example of the failed plans of mice and men. They were built around pitching, speed and defense. Two out of three aren’t bad I guess. They have good speed in the lineup with Ichiro and Chone Figgins (when he actually gets on base). Felix Hernandez and Michael Pineda form a formidable one-two punch in the rotation. Somewhere along...
The Seattle Mariners will bring back their entire coaching staff next season following a last-place finish in the AL West.
Manager Eric Wedge made the announcement Wednesday. The young Mariners went 67-95 during Wedge's first season in Seattle.
The returning coaches are: Robby Thompson (bench coach), Carl Willis (pitching coach), Chris Chambliss (hitting coach), Mike Brumley...
Potential stars that could carry the Seattle Mariners as early as next year include Mike Carp, Dustin Ackley, Kyle Seager, Alex Liddi, Michael Pineda, now the Seattle coaching staff has been retained as well. Manager Eric Wedge has a plan for his young team and is sticking to it.
When Eric Wedge took over as manager of the Mariners last year, one of his first stated goals was to stop the revolving door on the club's coaching staff. Turns out, that mission was accomplished.
If the Mariners sign just one veteran this offseason, Dave Cameron of U.S.S. Mariner has a suggestion. Sign Jamie Moyer. Yes, that Jamie Moyer. The almost-49-year-old free agent coming off Tommy John surgery. Larry LaRue of the News Tribune talked to Moyer recently, and the former Mariner said he just wants a chance to crack [...]
Several Mariners prospects are getting their work in during Winter League play, with varying results.
Now that the Mariners have done what most people knew they were going to do and retained their entire coaching staff -- which was announced today -- it's time to get manager Eric Wedge and company a better team.
Yeah, you can sit around and hope to develop every young player who passed through Seattle like it was conducting an open casting call for extras in a movie. Or, you...
The Mariners will retain the entire coaching staff of manager Eric Wedge for the 2012 season.