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Justin Smoak will be pulling for the Rangers to win it all this year as they face the Cardinals in their return trip to the Fall Classic, having played with many of their players during his time in Texas before being traded to Seattle a year and a half ago.
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NWSB insider Matt Larkin explains how the Seattle Mariners are looking to pursue Grady Sizemore. Would it be a good move to make for the Mariners? The bigger concern with Sizemore: he’s a Seattle boy, born and raised. That means that the Mariners might be tempted to sign him.
Matt weighs in with another post on ex-Seattle Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley. The hothead is in the news again. Bradley’s wife, Monique, field a restraining order against Milton after a heated argument on September 27. She said that Milton also threatened to kill her last January, oh my...
Mariners catcher Adam Moore, coming off a knee injury that wiped out his 2011 season, is playing in the Arizona Fall League. He worked with Ted Simmons, who told him he needs to work on his defensive game.
Danny Hultzen, the second-overall pick in the 2011 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, has made two starts for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League. In his professional debut against the Surprise Saguaros, a team loaded with prospects like Tim Beckham, Wil Myers, and Matt Dominguez, the left-hander allowed one run on three hits while issuing a walk and fanning two over...
Former Reds owner Carl Linder died Monday:
He took over control of the Reds from controversial owner Marge Schott and was mostly known for completing the deal for Ken Griffey Jr. from the Seattle Mariners in 2000, even picking Griffey up at the airport from his own private jet in his Rolls-Royce.
The Griffey deal looked like a bargain at the time, but injuries lessened Ken’s effectiveness...
Danny Hultzen, the Mariners' first-round pick last June, completed four no-hit innings in Peoria's 6-3 victory in Phoenix on Wednesday afternoon.
Milton Bradley’s baseball career has come to abrupt end and it has become crystal clear that he is arguably the angriest man in sports. His path of self-destruction can only be quenched by finding another passion and this is one dude who enjoys a good confrontation. Sure, he could try to box Jose Canseco or Mike Tyson,