Gray saves the Day as Mariners beat A's 4-2

  Sometimes it is hard to keep track of who is in the bullpen these days or how is going to use them. Tonight turned in his best performance of the year and earned his spot by pitching out of a bases loaded one-out jam in the eighth inning to help preserve the Mariners 4-2 win in […]

Blogged Down in Seattle

Well that sure sucked. Texas blanks Seattle 4-0 on the first day of the big celebration for the 2001 116 win team. The Mariners have not scored a run in 26 innings and are on a six game slide that feels like it will never end. I was not going to write tonight as I […]

Sweeney traded to Philadelphia, farewell Mike!

Sweeney rounding bases after homer in Tacoma (Jon Wells/Grand Salami)   Just read an AP wire that Mike Sweeney has been traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for a player to be named later and/or cash considerations. And so ends another chapter of the Mariners 2010 season. I am happy that I got to see Mike […]

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 […]

Twins take first game of series 5-3

  The Minnesota Twins won the opening game of the series tonight 5-3 thus continuing the woes of the visiting Seattle Mariners. The Mariners made their first visit to beautiful Target Field filled with 40,596 loyal and enthusiastic Twins fans. Doug Fister picked-up the loss tonight thanks in part to some shoddy play by the […]