Mariners navigate Confused Seas to win 5-1

There is a nautical term called “Confused Seas” wherein the swell of the waves from a previous storm and new waves from current wind conditions are in conflict with each other and actually going in different directions. Tonight's game started with the left over swell from last nights storm in the dugout with its lingering effects on the […]

Cliff Lee dominates as Mariners win 4-2

Cliff Lee pitched another gem tonight against the Texas Rangers going all nine innings to give the Mariners a 4-2 victory down in Arlington to start a four game series. Don Wakamatsu put  a new fresh lineup on the field tonight batting Chone Figgins at the bottom of the order as well as starting Mike Carp at first. Figgins responded by […]

Felix fans 9 Twins as Mariners win 4-1

The Seattle Mariners have begun the post Griffey era by taking three out of four from the Minnesota Twins, winning the final game tonight 4-1. Felix Hernandez pitched a gem, mixing a wicked curve-ball in with his 96 mph fastball to keep the AL Central leading Twins off-balance and allowing Felix to pick-up his first win since April 21st. Hernandez […]

Mariners swept by Rays 8-0

There is not much positive I can write in todays Blog except the Angels are coming to town tomorrow and they have lost 7 in a row. Felix Hernandez who was shaky in his last outing will get the ball, and if there ever was a time for a stopper to come in and win […]