Mariners Return Home Hoping to Start Over

The Seattle Mariners will return to the friendly confines of Safeco Field Friday to host the Texas Rangers after a road trip that could have turned out quite differently had players other than ones named Nelson Cruz performed to their potential in the last series with the Dodgers.   But either way I will be […]

Mariners Come Back to Earth and Seattle..

One nice thing about writing a Mariners Blog that I fully produce and pay for  myself is I can write a story anytime I want, or not. Today’s 6-3 loss to the defending AL West Division Champs the Oakland Athletics was not particularly newsworthy or compelling but I thought I would check in as our […]

Mariners Make it Eight Straight!

Somewhere in the city of Seattle tonight Eric Wedge the manager of the 48 – 52 Seattle Mariners is probably being lectured about staying up late and watching TV when he should be resting after the head nurse observed the ninth inning at Safeco Field tonight where Tom Wilhelmsen  almost gave everyone a  cardiac arrest . But […]

Mariners are indeed Rebuilding with or without Fan base

I attended the annual meeting of the NW SABR group I belong to yesterday as part of Mariners Fan Fest at the Ellis Pavillion inside the bowels of Safeco Field away from the hoopla happening on the diamond. I got there a little late but caught the tai l end of Jack Z”s preseason pep […]

Mariners Win 4-2 over A's on my Final Visit to the Safe in 2011

I made my final trek of the year from Fremont down to Safeco Field tonight and was rewarded with a pitching gem by mpaign=Linker”>Jason Vargas combined with a couple of timely homers by and in the 4-2 win. I usually attend about 15 games a year so I can experience the sensation of watching Major […]