Posted May 11, 2012 on
An index with links to the 14 SeattleClubhouse interviews from the past eight months with Seattle Mariners prospects and Player Development staff members.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Seattle Mariners snapped their seven game losing streak over the weekend, and they came back to take two straight from the Twins. Seattle was able to keep their hot play going by taking two of three games from the A.L. Central preseason favorite, the Detroit Tigers. The Mariners seem to have the Tigers number this season, going 5-1 against them. Overall, the Mariners went 4-2...
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Insider Steve brings us a good piece on the M’s today. First baseman and Goose Creek, South Carolina native Justin Smoak is under the spotlight. Justin Smoak is not comfortable in a MLB batter's box. For the first time in his life, he is not excelling at the one thing that brought him joy.
On The Road Again…
May 11 – May 13
The Seattle Mariners are taking on the Yankees this weekend. Seattle fans should tune in for no other reason than to hear Yankee fans whine about losing Jesus Monetero.
Game 1: Matchup | Preview | Boxscore
Pitching match ups:
Game 34: RHP – Felix Hernandez vs. RHP – Hiroki Kuroda
Bring on the Yankee killer. Felix Hernandez has...
With the season finale of Fringe airing tonight, and Arjen Anthony Lucassen’s new album still playing in my car, the concept of alternate universes has been on my mind a bit. With Jesus Montero paying his first visit to the Bronx as a Seattle Mariner, I figured I’d explore how things might be different for the Yankees so far this year in a world where they still had their most...
Before the Squawkers attended last night's return of Jesus Montero to Yankee Stadium, Lisa predicted that the former Yankee would hit a home run. And he did! Since Lisa has managed to jinx most Met games she has attended, I was hoping to return the favor, and it looked like it might happen when Montero's homer put the Mariners ahead in the sixth inning. But it was not to...
—– Whoever this is from Something Awful that’s speculating that I’m taking GIFs from your thread … no. Just no. I wasn’t even aware your thread existed until you linked my site in the thread and the thread showed up in my site statistics. There are only so many different broadcasts and camera angles, so
SEATTLE (AP) -- John Jaso lined a single over Detroit's drawn-in infield in the eighth inning to drive in Michael Saunders with the tiebreaking run, Jason Vargas pitched eight strong innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tigers 2-1 on Wednesday night.
Jaso's single off reliever Duane Below was hit so hard shortstop Jhonny Peralta barely had time to react before it was...
Bombs Aplenty in the Bronx
The Headline: home runs doom Felix Hernandez, as the batters struggle at the plate for the Seattle Mariners.
Seattle Mariners 2, New York Yankees 6
When: 7:05 ET, Friday, May 11, 2012
Where: Yankee Stadium, New York
Umpires: Home — Gary Darling, 1B — Chris Conroy, 2B — Scott Barry, 3B — Jerry Meals
John Jaso lined a single over Detroit's drawn-in infield in the eighth inning to drive in Michael Saunders with the tiebreaking run, Jason Vargas pitched eight strong innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tigers 2-1 on Wednesday night.
Jaso's single off reliever Duane Below was hit so hard shortstop Jhonny Peralta barely had time to react before it was landing in the...
Bank Account -225
Mariners at Yankees - This one jumped off the board for me. Phillip Hughes is -170 today. Really? The same Hughes who may have had a decent start the last time out but has been awful all year long as his 2-4 with a 6.67 ERA shows. Okay, you busted me Hector Noesi also has an ERA of 6.30, but pitched an excellent game last time out for the Twins (insert...
Jesus Montero isn’t trying to break your heart. Since arriving on the godforsaken Seattle Mariners, Jesus performed the miracle of allowing King Felix to dominate while throwing pitches as fast as Jamie Moyer, who he resurrected from the dead. He also tried to turn Chone Figgins into a useful player, but realized that was never his destiny. The 22-year-old top prospect has treaded...
Felix Hernandez has looked dominant for almost a month. He's usually been very good in the Bronx over the course of his career.
Seattle's ace looks to continue his recent success and help the Seattle Mariners snap a six-game road skid Friday night in the opener of a weekend series against the New York Yankees.
Hernandez (3-1, 1.89 ERA) has allowed two runs or fewer in six...
Once again another disappointing series for the Detroit Tigers. The Seattle Mariners have been a thorn in the Tigers side this year. Coming into the series the Tigers were win less against the Seattle ball club. In a series that had the pitching that was good enough to be a sweep but the offense that just couldn’t get the job done.
Game one Doug Fister made his much anticipated...