1. Carlos Silva's Imminent (And Unfortunate) Return

    Remember Carlos Silva? Burly guy, bloated contract, rubenesque ERA, fat pitches? How could you forget, right? The guy who was the bane of every Mariner fan’s existence for the first month of the season is on his way back to baseball beginning today.

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 152 reads 5 comments

  2. Mariners Jaywalk All Over White Sox

    Kenji Johjima? Really? I didn’t know he had it in him. But that’s just it about this team. Heroes come from the unlikeliest of places, and tonight it was simply Johjima’s turn to be the savior...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  3. Wild Weekend Keeps Mariners In Playoff Hunt

    We don’t often find ourselves rooting for the New York Yankees, but Seattle Mariners fans couldn’t be happier after the Bronx Bombers took four straight games from the Boston Red Sox over the weekend...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 139 reads 1 comments

  4. The Components of the Perfect Baseball Player

    In the movie Napoleon Dynamite, the title character (played by Jon Heder) draws up a fictional animal he calls a “liger,” which is a lion and tiger mixed and is “bred for its skills in magic...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,400 reads 3 comments

  5. Mariners Deal Jarrod Washburn To Detroit

    The Seattle Mariners have traded starting pitcher Jarrod Washburn to the Detroit Tigers for two pitching prospects. In return, the Mariners obtained left-handed pitchers Luke French and Mauricio Robles from Detroit...

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  6. Top 11 Reasons the Mariners Can (Still) Win the AL West

    I know what you’re thinking. There is no way—NO WAY—the Mariners can make the playoffs. It’s over. Done. The fat lady is performing her encore. But you’re wrong...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 218 reads 6 comments

  7. Mariners Land Wilson, Snell From Pittsburgh; Send Clement, Cedeno

    According to ESPN, the Mariners have just traded catcher Jeff Clement and shortstop Ronny Cedeno along with three minor league prospects to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for shortstop Jack Wilson and starting pitcher Ian Snell...

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  8. Jeff Clement Likely to Be Dealt by Seattle Mariners

    Speculation over a trade involving catcher Jeff Clement was brewing Tuesday night when the Mariners’ one-time first-round draft pick was removed from a Triple-A game in the third inning for a pinch hitter...

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  9. Trade Felix Hernandez? That Would Be A Loser Move

    The Seattle Mariners are on the verge of being full-blown sellers in the hours leading up to Major League Baseball’s trade deadline, but that doesn’t mean they should consider dealing their ace...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 357 reads 2 comments

  10. Burress To Spend Year or More in Jail? You've Gotta Be Kidding Me

    Plaxico Burress is a dumbass. That doesn’t mean he should spend a year or longer in jail, however. Burress, as many can recall, accidentally shot himself in the leg with an unlicensed gun in a New York night club last year...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 472 reads 10 comments

  11. End of the Road for Overachieving Seattle Mariners

    It’s all but over. But it was a damn good run. The Mariners are prepared to become sellers in the final days before the July 31 trade deadline, and we can’t pretend we didn’t see this coming...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 148 reads 1 comments

  12. Welcome to the Miguel Batista Freak Show

    How. How is it even possible that Miguel Batista is so anti-clutch. And yes, you’re right, I’ve improperly punctuated the last two sentences but you know what, I’m not questioning ...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 227 reads 6 comments

  13. Erin Andrews Video Scandal An Indictment On System Of Double-Standards

    There have been thousands of sportswriters across the nation who have offered their opinions on the Erin Andrews nude video scandal, and now it’s time I offered mine...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 262 reads 0 comments

  14. Mariners in Need of Rotation Renovation

    A day after getting blasted for seven runs in just 1 1/3 innings pitched, lefty Garrett Olson is likely on his way out of Seattle's starting rotation...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 159 reads 2 comments

  15. Adam Morrison Recovering from Kick in the Pants He Sorely Deserved

    Unless you happen to be the most punch-drunk Gonzaga Bulldogs fan around, it's easy to hate Adam Morrison. When he was in college, the former Zag had a penchant for knocking down frustratingly ...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,432 reads 12 comments

  16. Ronny Cedeno Is the Mariners' New Starting Shortstop? Help Me, God

    In a move not often associated with contending ballclubs, the Seattle Mariners traded their incumbent starter at shortstop on Friday, sending Yuniesky Betancourt to Kansas City in exchange for two minor league pitching prospects...

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  17. Top 11: Sports Rituals We Love to Hate

    Every sport has its annoying habitual routines that seem to rub us the wrong way. From age-old antics to newfound fads, we've come up with a list of 11 of the most annoying rites of passage in our sports world today that we just can't stand...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,087 reads 17 comments

  18. One Year Later, OKC Can Still Shove It Up Their Collective Posterior

    Forget journalistic objectivity. Oklahoma City can take their basketball team and shove it right up their behinds, broad side first. Now go cry about it, whiners...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 230 reads 7 comments

  19. If Mariners Are Buyers, First Need Is At Third Base

    After going 5-4 on the most difficult road trip of the year, the Seattle Mariners suddenly look a team that can legitimately contend for a wide open American League West title. At 42-39 on the season, and sitting just 3...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 324 reads 7 comments

  20. Top 11: Most Randomly Awesome Seattle Mariners of All-Time

    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...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,539 reads 7 comments

  21. Mariners Acquire Ryan Langerhans, Trade Mike Morse to Nationals

    Hours before a series-clinching victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, the Mariners announced they had traded utility man Mike Morse to the Washington Nationals...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 905 reads 1 comments

  22. Seattle Mariners Handicapped By Beltre Injury

    Hampered by an ailing shoulder, Adrian Beltre was faced with a potentially career-altering choice: play hurt, or have surgery...

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  23. Top 11: Most Awesome Promotional Giveaways from When We Were Kids

    Call it a vintage SWAG list (Stuff We All Get). These days you’re more apt to see kids at the ballpark receive bobblehead dolls or tacky, cheap knick-knacks rather than the awesome SWAG we used to take home as youngsters back in the day...

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  24. Unheralded Mariners Offseason Acquisitions Making Mark On 2009 Season

    One year ago, David Aardsma was a middle reliever for the Boston Red Sox who was most notable for being the first name in the alphabetical listing of Major League Baseball players...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about over 5 years ago 237 reads 1 comments

  25. Felix Hernandez In The NL? It's Not That Far-Fetched

    A complete game, two-hit shutout against the weak-hitting San Diego Padres had to get him thinking. And it just as easily had the rest of us questioning his future, as well...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about over 5 years ago 166 reads 1 comments