Photo by Matt Thomas/MLB Photos via Getty Images bring him home (no, really) It’s no secret that the Mariners are going to need some pitching help - particularly for a bullpen that was by every metric the worst in baseball in 2020.
Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images Make Jerry sign Marcus Stroman just so he can give up lots of grounders to these guys We’ve hit on catchers and touched on outfielders, so now it’s time to harp on the fellas who work in the dirt.
Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images Trevor May is fun. The Mariners want to be fun. Let’s be fun. The 2020 Seattle Mariners stable of arms were actually quite a bit better than we thought they would be.
Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images The former Blue Jay and Met has a top of the rotation skillset and a top of the world personality If the 2020 season was the Mariners’ dating stage with their various prospects and the idea of actually making the playoffs, the 2021 season has the potential for marriage.
Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images The future is bright. The present was, well, SOME of it was a gift. The next decade of Mariners baseball will sink or soar based on the strength of their outfield.
how can you not love this man?! | Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images He’s never technically been here but still: Bring. Him. Home. The postseason hasn’t even made it to the World Series yet but for the Mariners, once again sitting at home during October, the time is nigh to start retooling for next year.