1. Adrian Beltre Hits for the Cycle in Rare Bright Spot for Mariners

    Adrian Beltre became the fourth Mariner of all-time to hit for the cycle on Monday. The last player to do so was John Olerued in 2001. Beltre started off his night going 5-for-5 before grounding out in his final at-bat...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 433 reads 1 comments

  2. Seattle Mariners: Clubhouse in Turmoil

    It is no surprise that the Seattle Mariners have underperformed this year. Consequently, it would be assumed that many of the players are feeling a lot of stress and disappointment from this year's results...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 605 reads 0 comments

  3. Ibanez Breaks Club Record, Knocks in 6 RBI's in One Inning

    Seattle outfielder Raul Ibanez broke a club record when he drove in six runs in the incredible 11 run seventh inning last night. The previous record was held by Ken Griffey Jr. who he drove in five runs in an inning...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 319 reads 0 comments

  4. Deal Or No Deal: Seattle Mariners

    It is no secret that the 2008 season is lost for the Seattle Mariners. Not even the best finish in baseball history would be able to save them at this point...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 258 reads 0 comments

  5. Seattle Mariners Release Richie Sexson

    Struggling slugger Richie Sexson has been released by the Seattle Mariners. Sexson had been mired in a slump lasting about two years, and Seattle thought it more fit to swallow the ...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 153 reads 1 comments

  6. Seattle Mariners: Felix Hernandez Placed On DL

    A bad season just got worse for the Seattle Mariners, as they placed Felix Hernandez on the disabled list. Despite what was been previously reported, Felix is unable to make his next start, tonight, against the Toronto Blue Jays...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 424 reads 0 comments

  7. Open Mic: If I Were Kevin Pritchard

    Portland Trailblazer GM Kevin Pritchard is one of the NBA's premier general managing talents. In three plus years, he has turned the Blazers from a laughing stock to one of the fastest rising teams in the league...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 287 reads 1 comments

  8. Seattle Mariners: Hernandez Hurt, Prognosis Positive

    Seattle Mariner pitcher Felix Hernandez was pulled in the fourth inning in his last start after spraining his ankle. Hernandez was covering home plate after a wild pitch...

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  9. Seattle Mariners: On Pace to Make History

    The Seattle Mariners are on pace to make history. Yes, that's right, the last place Seattle Mariners are on pace to make history. Unfortunately, it is not the kind of record that any team would like to hold...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 571 reads 3 comments

  10. Seattle Mariners: John McLaren Out, Jim Riggelman In

    As long expected, the Seattle Mariners have fired manager John McLaren. Bench coach Jim Riggleman was promoted to take his place. To say that the 2008 Mariners have struggled would be an understatement...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 602 reads 2 comments

  11. Open Mic: Would Better Athletes Help American Soccer?

    Recently, the US National Soccer team has taken part of friendly matches against three of the elite teams in the world. In each of these games, the Americans have been held scoreless...

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  12. Kitchen Table Conversation: Portland Trail Blazers Draft '08

    Out of everybody I know, my Dad is the biggest Portland Trail Blazers fan. So when I realized how fast the draft is coming up, I went directly to him for some insight on what the team will do...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 1,062 reads 3 comments

  13. Seattle Mariners: Putz on The DL Again, M's Shake Up Staff

    Seattle closer JJ Putz has gone down yet again. The struggling pitcher was placed recently on the 15 day disabled list with a hyper-extended elbow...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 226 reads 4 comments

  14. Seattle Mariners: Hitting Coach Jeff Pentland Fired

    Heads have begun to roll in the Seattle Mariners organization.The front office started to hold some of their coaches accountable for their disappointing season as they fired hitting coach Jeff Pentland...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 349 reads 1 comments

  15. Seattle Mariners in 2008: Views from the Poopdeck

    While writing here on Bleacher Report, I have noticed a particularly disturbing trend. Every single article tagged for the Seattle Mariners involves a so-called "quick fix" solution to their struggles, or a narration of their latest foible...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 336 reads 0 comments

  16. Seattle Mariners: It's Time for John McLaren to Go

    With their loss to the Angels on June 2nd, the Seattle Mariners sit with a record of 21-37—a huge 13.5 games behind those same Halos...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about 6 years ago 675 reads 2 comments

  17. Cha Seung Baek: Seattle Mariners Trade Struggling Pitcher

    The Seattle Mariners traded struggling pitcher Cha Seung Baek to the San Diego Padres for AA reliever Jared Wells. Baek had been held onto by the Mariners for several years as he showed a skill for being a spot starter when needed...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 511 reads 0 comments

  18. Jeremy Reed Called Up, Jeff Clement Sent Down: Seattle Mariners Make Changes

    On Sunday afternoon, the Seattle Mariners sent down catcher Jeff Clement and called up outfielder Jeremy Reed. Manager John McLaren has said that Jose Vidro would move back to DH and Raul Ibanez would remain in left field...

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  19. Seattle Mariners: A Fan's Take on Jarrod Washburn

    For those of you who haven't been reading the Seattle Times in the last week, you may have missed this little gem dropped by Seattle Mariners pitcher Jarrod Washburn:Asked about ...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 611 reads 2 comments

  20. Open Mic: Can The NCAA Fix Its Problem?

    With the recent news of OJ Mayo receiving gifts and breaking NCAA regulations, one must ask themselves if this problem is one that has the possibility of being solved.In one word, the answer is, "no...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 388 reads 2 comments

  21. Obituary: Seattle Mariners' 2008 Season Dies Young

    The 2008 Seattle Mariners' season died late on Monday in Arlington, at the young age of six weeks. It was a tragic loss, as the young season barely had begun to embark on its journey of life...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 532 reads 5 comments

  22. Richie Sexson and His Suspension: What Is Next For The Mariners

    As I'm sure you all know by now, Richie Sexson charged the mound in last nights game, and has been suspended for six games.That much is set in stone. What is still up in the air, is how this affects the Mariners...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 855 reads 3 comments

  23. Seattle Mariners: Time to Get Rid Of Cha Seung Baek

    It's no secret that the Mariners front office feels strongly in pitcher Cha Seung Baek. He has been used frequently as the team's fill-in starter and long relief man...

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  24. Wilkerson, Norton Sent To Minors; Balentein and Clement Come To The Show

    Today the Seattle Mariners have called up their two most promising position players, Jeff Clement and Wladimir Balentien...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 207 reads 2 comments

  25. Mariners Beat the Indians; Carlos Silva Impresses Again

    The Seattle Mariners stopped their recent slide, defeating the Cleveland Indians 7-2. The game, however, was closer than the score would indicate, as the M's tacked on five runs in the decisive ninth inning...

    Braden Moore Written by Braden Moore about over 6 years ago 337 reads 2 comments