You know all about the greatest players in Seattle Mariners history: the Ken Griffeys, the Edgar Martinezes, the Jay Buhners, the Randy Johnsons, the Ichiros.
You even know about the unsung heroes: Alvin Davis, Harold Reynolds, Mark Langston, Jamie Moyer, Dan Wilson, Tino Martinez, Omar Vizquel.
In fact, you’re so well-versed in your M’s history that you even know the bad players: Bobby Ayala, Al Martin, Jeff Cirillo, Scott Spiezio.
So what else is there to know?
How about the most randomly awesome players in team history?
Guys who, for one reason or another, were beloved by fans for the strangest of reasons.
Those honorable few who put together sub-par careers and hinted at mediocrity, yet still managed to hold down a roster spot for an extended period of time.
Players who, had the Mariners not spent years flirting with futility, may never have even put on a major league uniform.
The following 11 players may never be mentioned in the same breath as the greatest players of all-time, but mention just one of their names at a party and you’re sure to get a laugh or two from the crowd. On to the list.