Mariners hand the Twins 11th loss in a row with 5-4 comeback

The Mariners won for the third game in a row tonight handing the reeling Twins their eleventh loss in a row with this 5-4 result in front of 36,263 chilly fans at Target Field in Minnesota. Tonight”s comeback win was especially sweet considering did not have his best stuff after not pitching in 10 days. […]

Fan Humiliation day

  Still reeling from yesterdays bizarre loss, like a lot of you I was disappointed to hear that Jack Zduriencik had decided that for his own good and the future of the team, Felix Hernandez would not be given the ball this Sunday on the final game of the season. This coupled with another humiliating loss tonight by […]

It's not personal Chuck and Howard, but….

  All is quiet on the Northwest front as far as actual games for our slumping Mariners and surging Rainiers. However there does seem to be a lot of activity in the blogosphere regarding the whole Chuck Armstrong and Howard Lincoln fronts.   As many of you know I have been writing about this issue since […]

Lincoln and Armstrong squirming under the light of day

If you have not had a chance to read the Blog post put up by Geoff Baker at the Times here it is: Mariners CEO Howard Lincoln to employees: Mariners Blog | Seattle Times Newspaper   Somehow Baker got a copy of an internal memo put out by Howard Lincoln to the rest of the […]

Jeff's continued Rehab assignment in Tacoma

    Hello my fellow baseball lovers just thought I’d check-in on this off day for the Mariners to let you know I am continuing my emotional and mental rehab assignment following the Tacoma Rainiers. My condition is not as serious as a full “Milton Bradley” type break-down, however I will be attending the Rainiers game […]

National League wins, Steinbrenner lost…

    The National League beat the American League in the 2010 All-Star game tonight 3-1 snapping a losing streak dating back to 1996 for the NL. Today was also the day that the Baseball Gods chose to take one of the most iconic and controversial figures the game has ever known. George Steinbrenner passed away […]

Absentee Mariners ownership is sinking our ship!

  I was all set to deliver another game-day analysis tonight after spending the evening watching the game and taking notes, but after the latest melt-down by the bullpen I decided to go off script. Partially I am prompted by suffering another humiliating sweep, and partially after reading the articles written by Geoff Baker, Art […]

Snell finished, Mariners reverting back to 80s farmclub?

Ian Snell got handed an early 2-0 in the first inning  against the first place Texas Rangers and then went on to pitch himself and the Mariners into a 8-2 hole before being pulled in the second. The Rangers went on to win this one 12-2 as the Mariners sank to 9 games back in […]