Brandon Maurer, Kameron Loe, and Recalling Spring Training

Kameron Loe wasn’t a Mariner for a very long time. In fact, he threw all of 6.2 innings for the team before the plug was mercifully pulled on the experiment. After he was DFA’d, he was claimed by the Cubs, pitched poorly in 8.1 innings, and then was released (and signed by the Braves, though […]


Playing Around with Mariner Starting Lineups

It is that time of the year, as Opening Day is but days away, and we have already discussed the 40 man roster, the 25 man roster, and the starting rotation. So now, let’s look at some ideal lineups for the Mariners in 2013. Nothing seems more controversial and creates more arguments than lineups and […]

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Ranking the Mariners 40 man roster in Spring Training

With Spring Training coming to an end in a little more than a week, the Mariners face some roster choices, especially when it comes to veteran minor league free agents and the 25 man roster. Of course, to add anyone to the 25 man roster from a minor league free agent, they have to be […]

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Mariners Sign Jason Bay

According to just about everyone, and it has been rumored since he was released by the Mets, Jason Bay has signed with the Mariners. He still has to pass a physical, which isn’t necessarily a slam dunk (to mix sports metaphors). In many ways, Jason Bay was the Mets’ Chone Figgins. Perhaps even moreĀ appropriate, Bay […]

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Possible Cheap Bullpen Solutions for the Mariners

The fun part of every off-season is speculating what players that the club may or should bring in. Everyone has a couple of free agents, whether big time or small time, that they would love to see in their favorite team’s uniform. Since this is a Seattle site, it is time to look at some […]