Tag: Seattle Mariners

Mariners and Red Sox Series Recap

Baseball is officially back. Not these middle of the night, way too early meaningful games. Real games. Like in a normal time slot. The Mariners opened up 2019 at home against the defending World Series champ and the series did not disappoint. If you like offense then this series was for you. The Mariners took

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Asuh, Spring Training. This Will Be The Last One For The King

Spring training is finally underway for the Mariners and it is truly glorious to have baseball back in our lives. This spring training is slightly different than the last few with the team not looking to compete for a postseason spot for the first time in a few years, but baseball is still back and

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Re-imagining a Franchise: The 2019 Seattle Mariners and Beyond

The 2018 Seattle Mariners made us experience just about every emotion I can think. We felt the elation and hope that “this might finally be the year we break through” and the familiar sick feelings as everything fell apart late in the year. The bats went cold, the pitching (outside of Edwin Diaz) became volatile,

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The Peoria Sports Complex- Ground Zero for Losing and Heartbreak

There is a saying in baseball you hear every year during the first few days of spring training. “Hope springs eternal”. It describes the incredible feeling baseball fans get at the start of a new season. Feelings of hope for the new season, a feeling of relief that baseball is finally back, and an anxiousness

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Edgar Is a HOF’er and It’s About Damn Time

We are now about 24 hours removed from the Hall of Fame announcements in baseball, and I wouldn’t exactly consider the results as shocking. Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina will be immortalized among the greatest to ever play the game, and rightfully so. I personally am thrilled with this year’s class

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