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Great Day for Sports Fans in Seattle

Well I have to hand it to the old Bald-Headed SOB Jack Zduriencik who manged to improve the Mariners without giving-up any of the key pieces in place with the trades he made today. The Mariners GM has been on the shit-list on thisĀ  Mariners Blog for a long time, but not only did he […]

Fernando Rodney

Mariners Closer Shoots Arrow to Soon

Ballplayers love to beat teams that they used to play for and Fernando Rodney pictured above who used to pitch for the LA Angels is no exception. Unfortunately despite a valiant effort by the Mariners closer we lost the game today in the ninth inningĀ  5-4 and thus the hard-fought series to the Angels 2-1. […]

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Mariners Beat A’s 3-2 to Start Crucial Series

Well I may be out here in Port Townsend but I could feel the energy from Safeco Field tonight across the Sound as Felix Hernandez put the Mariners on his back after a tough series with the Twins and carried this club to a 3-2 win over the A’s in front of a loud and […]

Prepared just in Case of A Sweep!

Mariners are Sweepless in Seattle, But our Spirit is Awake!

I hung around the ballpark a little longer than usual after tonight’s game to soak in all the atmosphere on this warm summer night after tonight’s thrilling 5-4 loss to the Red Sox.I have taken it for granted for the past 25 years that anytime I felt like going to a game I either jumped […]

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Mariners Beat Bosox again…

The Mariners moved to six games over .500 with another sound thumping of the visiting Boston Red Sox by a lop-sided 8-2 score. I did manage to watch to watch part of this one at an old bar in the U-District called Dantes as I enjoyed one dollar Tacos for the first few innings as […]