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  • The Mariners beat the Angels on Saturday and the Athletics lost to the Rangers. That means Seattle is miraculously still in the wild-card race. The final game of the regular season — Game 162 — is Sunday at Safeco Field. And for the first time in a decade, it actually means something for the M’s. […] read more...
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  • The Mariners have been eliminated from the postseason, thanks to the A’s winning in Texas. We’ve shut down our live coverage here, but you can recap the first half of Sunday’s game below. Are you satisfied with the Mariners’ 2014 season? Vote in our poll and let us know! Visit seattlepi.com for more Seattle Mariners […] read more...
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  • The Seattle Mariners have been eliminated from the postseason despite leading the Angels, at the time of the post, at Safeco Field. The M’s weren’t in charge of their own destiny. Trailing the division-rival Oakland in the American League wild-card race, the Mariners needed the A’s to lose Sunday in Arlington, Texas. Oakland beat the […] read more...
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  • King Felix vs. Cory Rasmus, 1:10pm It is the happiest Felix Day Ever. I don’t need to tell you to watch, and I don’t need to strain for a reason you should care. I have no idea how we got here, but this is incredible. Enjoy this, no matter what. Cory Rasmus was excellent against the M’s for four IP 10 days ago, but even if he’s grea... read more...
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  • The Kansas City Royals entered the 2014 World Series as the hottest team in baseball. Unfortunately for them, their streak through the playoffs forced them to have several days off. They looked flat and committed several mental mistakes as the San Francisco Giants put on an offensive clinic, routing the Royals in Game one 7-1 […] ... read more...
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  • Former Seattle Mariners OF/DH Raul Ibanez has had a tough 2014 season. He began the season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and for them he hit a dismal .157 with 3 home runs and 21 RBI’s. The Angels released him on June 21st, he was then picked up by the now American League […] ... read more...
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  • Every year. Except last one? Maybe I forgot last one. Mostly every year. CONTEXT The Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants will face each other in the 2014 World Series, which begins on Tuesday. The Royals have advanced this far by defeating the Oakland Athletics, the Los Angeles Angels, and the Baltimore Orioles. The Giants have adv... read more...
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  • It's not surprising that the M's were a much better offensive team during victories than they were in losses. It is, however, a little surprsing how big the difference was. After a lot of extensive research this morning, I have determined that... read more...
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  • Sporting News ranked the top 10 MLB Playoff moments of the last 25 years this week. And guess which moment clocked in at number 5? The ‘double’, the ‘slide’, whatever you want to call it in the 1995 divisional series between the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners. In the bottom of the 11th inning, […] ... read more...
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  • Chris Young‘s best season in the MLB since 2007 netted him Sporting News’ 2014 AL Comeback Player of the Year award. There’s no denying Chris Young’s resurgence after a strong season with the Seattle Mariners. But Chris Young is now a free agent, and where he plays in 2015 is still a mystery, though there’s […] ... read more...
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  • James Paxton vs. CJ Wilson, 6:10pm Hisashi Iwakuma did his part. Now it’s James Paxton’s turn to shake off a terrible start and keep the M’s slim playoff hopes alive. I wrote a bunch about Wilson the last time he faced off against Paxton, ten da... read more...
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  • Despite their recent collapse in the wild-card race, the Mariners aren’t ready to give up. Neither is Seattle. It’s unlikely, but still possible, that the M’s can make the postseason. With their 4-3 win Friday over the Los Angeles Angels, the Boys in Blue — or teal, as it were — remain two games out […] read more...
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  • My week as GM of the Seattle Mariners is over. I laid out a few ideas and offered my suggestions in hopes of improving on the 2014 season. What does it all mean? Let’s take a look at the final product – what the 2015 Seattle Mariners would look like if these moves were made. […] ... read more...
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  • Seattle Mariners right-hander Chris Young was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year by Sporting News, the site announced on Monday. Casey McGehee of the Miami Marlins was the recipient of the National League honor. Young received 49 of the 112 votes cast. Detroit outfielder J.D. Martinez was second with 22, followed by […] ... read more...
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  • On Sept. 7, 2008, Chris Young stood tall on the mound, looking down from his 6-foot-10 perch as Gabe Kapler stepped to the plate for the Milwaukee Brewers. Young, a budding superstar for the San Diego Padres, had dispatched of the previous 23 Brewers and was just four outs shy of a perfect game. His […] read more...
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  • 32 games played, 94 at-bats, 21 hits, a single home run: as the complete MLB dossier for a second-round draft pick six full years into his professional career, these numbers underwhelm to say the least. But such has been the journey of Xavier Avery. Taken 50th overall as an 18-year old out of Cedar Grove High (GA) by […] ... read more...
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