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- Megan Shear, Section 331 on March 7, 2014, 5:21 AM CT (1782 days ago)
I have been working on a Citizens Bank Park preview this week, but again, I have been busy. For those who are unaware, my job is doing administrative work for a company that handles the tobacco quitlines for about 25 states, and multiple corporate contracts. The CDC launches a campaign at the beginning of each […]
- News Tribune on March 7, 2014, 12:51 AM CT (1782 days ago)
Between the free-agent contracts awarded to Robinson Cano, Corey Hart and Fernando Rodney, the Seattle Mariners invested a minimum of $260 million to upgrade their 2014 roster.Click to Continue »
- email@example.com (BOB DUTTON), News Tribune on March 7, 2014, 12:51 AM CT (1782 days ago)
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Admit it, the first thing you want to know about Fernando Rodney, the Mariners’ new closer, is why he chooses to wear his cap cocked toward his…Click to Continue »
- Seattle Times Blog on March 7, 2014, 12:21 AM CT (1782 days ago)
DJ Peterson talked with the media following today's game. Peterson got an RBI single in the seventh inning, spurring a three-run rally.
"It felt great just to have the opportunity after the big injury I had," he said. "For the skip to give me a chance to come up here and play was truly a blessing. It felt good. It felt awesome. I didn't square it up as I wanted to, but I got the monkey off my back."
Peterson's first season as a pro was cut short after he was hit in the face by a fastball, sha
- marc w, Seattle PI on March 6, 2014, 11:23 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Think back to the heady days of 2010. The M’s were wallowing through a soul-crushing season after the false-dawn that was 2009. The M’s had two youngsters manning the catcher position that year, Rob Johnson and Adam Moore. They’d moved former #1 ...
- marc w, USS Mariner on March 6, 2014, 10:21 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Think back to the heady days of 2010. The M’s were wallowing through a soul-crushing season after the false-dawn that was 2009. The M’s had two youngsters manning the catcher position that year, Rob Johnson and Adam Moore. They’d moved former #1 prospect Jeff Clement to Pittsburgh the year before, getting Jack Wilson and Ian [...]--
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- News Tribune on March 6, 2014, 8:21 PM CT (1782 days ago)
There was no trademark pull and fire of the imaginary bow and arrow for Fernando Rodney at the end of the Seattle Mariners' 7-4 win over the Chicago White Sox…Click to Continue »
- Dan Hughes, SoDo Mojo on March 6, 2014, 6:51 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Welcome 10th Man faithful to Part 2 of my 7-part series, dissecting and predicting the 2014 MLB season. Last time, we focused on the National League East division which you can read by clicking here. Today, we take a look at the NL Central division. Enjoy.2014 NL Central Preview And Predictions - SoDo Mojo - SoDo Mojo - A Seattle Mariners Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
- Bob Dutton, News Tribune on March 6, 2014, 5:52 PM CT (1782 days ago)
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Admit it, the first thing you want to know about Fernando Rodney, the Mariners’ new closer, is why he chooses to wear his cap cocked toward his left ear, right? Well, here you go: “That sometimes confuses the hitter, too, when it’s turned,” he said. “The hitter looks for your eyes. It’s like a dog. When you go somewhere, the first thing (a dog) looks at is your eyes and how you move. “If you move straight back, he (relaxes and) is OK. So I try that, sometimes, (with the hitter)
- Greg Johns, Mariners.com/Official on March 6, 2014, 5:52 PM CT (1782 days ago)
New Mariners closer Fernando Rodney took the mound for the first time in Cactus League action on Thursday, gave up a run in his debut and then explained both his late start and his tilted cap.
- Greg Johns, Mariners.com/Official on March 6, 2014, 5:52 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Young Mariners third baseman D.J. Peterson got a shot in Thursday's Cactus League game against the White Sox, and made the most of it.
- Matt Ellis, Lookout Landing on March 6, 2014, 4:53 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Scott Baker survives through three innings, and the Mariners rally to defeat the White Sox, 7-4.
Quick recap today as I head out the door on my way to evening class. The Mariners beat the White Sox this afternoon with a score of 7-4, thanks to a late-game rally behind the bats of Jesus Montero and D.J. Peterson. That is a real sentence I typed in 2014 on a Seattle Mariners website. I'm getting just as tired of highlighting the relative meaninglessness of spring training games as I'm sure you a
- Seattle Times Blog on March 6, 2014, 4:53 PM CT (1782 days ago)
After suffering a frustrating defeat on Wednesday, the Mariners showed their mettle with a bounce back win If you are sensing a little sarcasm in some of this, that's good because I'm putting laying it on pretty thick.
We know these results mean nothing in the regular season. Last year is a very recent reminder. But, hey if you are playing a game, then you might as well try to win. That's my justification for being a jerk in pick-up basketball as well.
Anyway, the Mariners picked up another
- Dan Hughes, SoDo Mojo on March 6, 2014, 3:52 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Scott Baker looked good in his second audition for the 5th spot in the Mariners rotation and the offense used a late surge to defeat the Chicago White Sox 7-4 in Glendale Thursday. Baker pitched the first three innings, allowing three hits and one run. He didn’t strike anyone out, but he didn’t walk anyone […]Mariners Use Late Push To Down White Sox - SoDo Mojo - SoDo Mojo - A Seattle Mariners Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
- Bob Dutton, News Tribune on March 6, 2014, 3:51 PM CT (1782 days ago)
MARINERS 7, WHITE SOX (SS) 4 (AT CAMELBACK RANCH) The facts: The Mariners erased a two-run deficit in the seventh inning on successive two-out singles by D.J. Peterson, Cole Gillespie and Jesus Montero in rallying Thursday for a victory over the Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Ariz. Play of the game: Shortstop Brad Miller, in a fight to keep his job, turned in a web gem on Paul Konerko’s leadoff grounder deep into the hole in the second inning. Miller made a diving backhand stop and a strong thro
- Scott Merkin, Mariners.com/Official on March 6, 2014, 3:51 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Scott Baker, Fernando Rodney and Kyle Seager each delivered solid performances in the Mariners' 7-4 victory over the White Sox on Thursday.
- Seattle PI on March 6, 2014, 3:51 PM CT (1782 days ago)
(AP) — Jesus Montero had two singles and an RBI and Scott Baker continued to make a good impression in his bid for winning a rotation spot Thursday as the Seattle Mariners beat a Chicago White Sox split-squad 7-4.
White Sox left-hander John Danks allowed one hit, walked two and struck out two in his first three innings of the spring as he looks to bounce back from going 4-14 in 2013.
- News Tribune on March 6, 2014, 3:25 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Cole Gillespie knocked in two runs as the Seattle Mariners topped the Chicago White Sox, 7-4, in Cactus League action.Click to Continue »
- marc w, Seattle PI on March 6, 2014, 3:25 PM CT (1782 days ago)
Scott Baker vs. John Danks, 12:05 Ninth game. The novelty of just hearing baseball again has worn off…well, not completely, but it’s not exactly “thrilling” or anything. Taijuan Walker is throwing today, but not in this or any other game. James...
- Logan Davis, Lookout Landing on March 6, 2014, 2:04 PM CT (1782 days ago)
The Mariners are rumored to be scouting David Phelps - hey, wait a minute. While we're coming up with Nick Franklin trade proposals, why not talk about that other team from New York?
Ted Simmons, hair a little disheveled, top button undone, walked into the boardroom five minutes late. "Sorry," he told no one in particular. Jack nodded. Ted sat.
No one talked for a while.
Finally, Jeff Kingston broke the ice: a strategically timed throat-clearing. "Now that everyone's here..."
Jack snapped int