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Trey Griffey, son of Mariners legend Ken Griffey Jr., is putting to rest any questions that he has chosen the wrong sport. Griffey, a wide receiver at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla., set two school records Friday with 13 receptions and 188 yards receiving. He also scored four touchdowns. See highlights at the [...]
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Felix Hernandez helped break the connection of wins to the Cy Young Award. Photo: Icon SMI
Felix Hernandez pitched for the Seattle Mariners in 2011 and is under contract for the team through the 2014 season. His salary kicks up a notch this year going from a base of $10 million to $18.5 million. Felix played 2011 as a 25 year old, yet he seems older as he completed his seventh...
Huh. Let's review for a moment. In 2011, their overall rankings came out looking all right (Pimentel could be justified at #4 because others did not have his ceiling), but in 2010, they had Gabriel Noriega, at #3 after a good though flawed half-season in Pulaski (where everyone seems to hit), and in '09, they were among the first to ignore some real flaws for Halman in...
So, last week, I laid out my suggestion for an approach the team could take to add the impact bat that everyone wants to see on the roster. Of course, the specific hitter targeted very well might not be available, so I said I’d introduce another plan that worked off the assumption that Joey Votto couldn’t be acquired. This is that plan, though you’ll notice it goes in an...
Former Major League third baseman Jack Howell has been hired by the Mariners as their new Minor League field coordinator, the club announced Tuesday.
Time to turn two in Round 2 of the Movember MLB Mustache Madness current player bracket. Our two remaining middle infielder representatives now have to try and avoid each others' whiskered takeout slides if they want to advance to the current player quarterfinals.
They said Cantu couldn't win, but I say he can too! Get it? Anyone? Oh, come on. ...