General managers in trouble always want more time.
Time for prospects to develop. Time for injured players to heal. Time for the GM's blueprint to become a fully formed vision of a championship contender.
Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik is running out of time.
The M's are 9-15 in a season in which they were expected to at least continue their recent incremental improvement...
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik called it "a perfect storm in a negative way."
Six players injured, including three pitchers and three starting outfielders. Young hitters getting off to slow starts, then pressing to end their slumps.
The result is that the Mariners, after going 22-11 in spring training, are one of baseball's biggest disappointments in April...
The Seattle Mariners’ Offense Blooming in the Spring
The Seattle Mariners‘ front office didn’t make any media-frenzied splashes during the off season, but they did fill holes. It is no mystery that the offense in 2012 was a record-breaking disaster, and they were desperate for some change in the lineup.
GM Jack Zduriencik made some adjustments – adding Kendrys Morales and Mike...
With a flurry of moves around the league the past few days, Seattle's targets may have moved out of sight. The Mariners and Jack Zduriencik now need to shift their focus and acquire the type of players they've truly coveted all along.
The Seattle Mariners have been one of the teams tied to free
agent outfielder Josh Hamilton, but general manager Jack Zduriencik said Friday
he doesn’t see the club being big players in pursuit of the market’s top
slugger, reports Greg Johns of MLB.com.
Although the Mariners plan to
pursue offensive upgrades this offseason, general manager Jack Zduriencik said
It takes more than the mind of one scout, more than the bat of one slugger, and more than the arm of one pitcher to right a sinking baseball ship. In this piece SeattleClubhouse examines the transactions of Jack Zduriencik as General Manager of the Seattle Mariners.
KINGDOM FOR A PRINCE?
The Mariners are in desperate need of a big bat, and reportedly have made an offer to the biggest bat left on the market.
One of the things the Mariners are looking for this winter is a left-handed reliever, so general manager Jack Zduriencik used the third pick in the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday to select Lucas Luetge from the Brewers, hoping he can fill that role.
Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson had a listen to the Mariners offseason conference call Tuesday, Jack Zduriencik shared some plans with the public as the MLB off season kicks into full gear. The Mariners are looking to complement their young staff with veteran player/coaches. Jamie Wright, Miguel Olivo, Wily Mo Pena and Brendan Ryan...
This off-season could be a turning point in Seattle Mariners history. The moves Jack Zduriencik makes can either sink us, or makes into a winner says Insider Steve. Part 3 of the Mariners off-season hot stove covers the next first baseman. Steve asks should the Mariners be bold and bring in the slugging All-Star Prince Fielder?