There could be a lot of accurate references to Clue in this situation. You could add specific Mariner names: Justin Smoak, Jesus Montero, Alex Liddi, Dustin Ackley, Ichiro Suzuki, Michael Saunders, and even Kyle Seager as the actual murders – all of them had a big game at one point – if you wanted to. […]
Last time I broke out this photo, Rick Porcello pitched 8.1 innings of awesome baseball. I’m not superstitious or anything.
Kind of surprising here, not that Weber pitched horribly – he didn’t pitch all that lights out either – but the 27-year-old 6’2, 205lb right hander has been returned to Triple-A Toledo and exchanged for a much larger, 6’6, 200lb right hander, Luke Putkonen. All this will happen before today’s 1PM game against the Seattle […]
As Josh mentioned in passing in the recap, Adam Wilk has been issued a quick bus ticket back to Toledo after suffering severe whiplash on Wednesday night against the Seattle Mariners. Wilk allowed 10 earned runs on 21 hits in his 11 innings spanning three starts in place of the injured Douglas Fister, which is […]
What the Detroit Tigers see when they look at the Seattle Mariners are a bunch of baseball bruisers; juggernauts who, if the Tigers are lucky to beat, are the only thing stopping them from being legitimate playoff contenders. What the Tigers have proved these past two games is that they are obviously not ready for […]
Adam Wilk’s eyes could scare even the likes of Miguel Cabrera. Lineups and comments after the break.
Good morning. When I woke up today I felt like I needed to write a letter to you explaining why there’s no reason to panic about the Tigers. I also felt like I needed an Egg McMuffin. I don’t know why I felt like I needed an Egg McMuffin partly because I don’t even care […]
A lot of stuff went wrong tonight. The chief example of this occurred when Miguel Olivo reached on an infield single. When Miguel Olivo beasts out an infield single, good things are happening for the team he is playing for, it’s as simple as that and good things were happening for the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday evening. […]
Lineups after the break. Enjoy the Mariners, you two.
I just explained how I don’t do series previews and here I am collaborating with Jon Shields of the aesthetically pleasing and overall excellent Mariners blog, ProBallNW, and it looks like a series preview. Don’t worry, it’s not. I think.