Project me up before you go go. The annual release of the ZiPS projection system (department of redundancy department) has swept through the Seattle Mariners roster, providing a framework for Seattle’s possible 2022 outcomes.
The starting pitching market has been red hot of late as teams have been trying to bolster their rotations before the current CBA expires Wednesday night, which is widely expected to lead to a lockout and transaction freeze.
Baseball is a sport of ups and downs, but one Mariners prospect has unlocked the key to being his best self day in and day out Ed. Note: Travis is raising money for Movember to support men’s health and today is the last day to donate!
The Mariners have found their ace. Here’s what people think about that. The long-awaited and often-promised spending spree for the Seattle Mariners has finally begun, with the team reportedly agreeing to a five-year contract with reigning American League Cy Young winner Robbie Ray worth $115 million.
Shoutout to whomever leaked the news to coincide with my lunch break With the entire baseball world refreshing Twitter like their lives depend on it, and a Seattle fanbase frothing at the bit, Jerry Dipoto has made his biggest Mariners free agent signing * yet * by inking Robbie Ray to a five-year, $115 million deal.
The Seattle Mariners haven’t made the postseason since 2001. In 2021, the squad came very close to ending that drought, but a 90-win regular season wasn’t quite enough for Seattle to nab a playoff bid.
The Seattle Mariners had an exciting 2021 season. Although the team’s quest for a playoff bid fell short, the club never quit. There were plenty of positive developments for the Mariners along the way, and the continued emergence of Marco Gonzales was one of them.