1. Cliff Lee pitches Rangers to ALCS with another gem

    When the Texas Rangers traded for Cliff Lee this year they knew exactly why they wanted him. It was for nights like tonight where Lee went the distance allowing only six hits ...

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  2. Bobby Cox manages his last game a 3-2 loss to Giants

    Bobby Cox has had a long 29 year career as a manager in Major League Baseball, and tonight his Atlanta Braves came-up short in another exciting game won by the San Francisco Giants 3-2 ...

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  3. Postseason wrap-up

    Just a quick note to let you know in case you haven’t heard that the Tampa Bay Rays are making things interesting with their 5-2 win over the Texas Rangers today...

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  4. New York Yankees Sweep Minnesota Twins with 6-1 Win in the Bronx

    The New York Yankees are the first team to advance in the postseason this year with their 6-1 win over the Minnesota Twins, who will spend another long, cold winter trying to figure out what went wrong again...

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  5. Yankees Roll, Rangers Rumble, and Giants Leap…

    Well day two of the postseason was another exciting day, unless you are a loyal Twins Fan as Minnesota once again lost at home to the visiting New York Yankees 5-2, and now face ...

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  6. Postseason starts off with a Bang!

    The postseason got underway today in a big way for Phillies Ace Roy Halladay as he pitched the first no - hitter in the postseason since Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956...

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  7. The Long Bitter Voyage is over at last for the Mariners

    The wreck of the Good Ship Mariners 2010 The Mariners lost today for the 101st time in a season that will be remembered for years to come in a way that sailors speak of ships that they were on that went down...

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  8. Mariners lose 99th game 9-0 on Fan Humiliation night

    I'm Tired of Losing The Mariners lost 9-0 tonight for their 99th loss of the season on Fan Appreciation night in front of 19,656 joyless fans including myself pictured at left to ashamed to show my face...

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  9. Fan Humiliation day

    Pirates showing their frustration with losing Still reeling from yesterdays bizarre loss, like a lot of you I was disappointed to hear that Jack Zduriencik had decided that ...

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  10. Bottom of 8th and 9th suck, Bottom of Tenth…well done

    I woke up late this morning but managed to turn on the last game of the Texas series in the fifth inning. Of course I was surprised to find out we were ahead, and even began feeling a bit cocky about the impending sweep of the Rangers...

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  11. Mariners win first game of Baseball doubleheader 3-1

    Ken Burns and Lynn Novick co-directors of "The Tenth Inning" Tonight I had the rare opportunity to watch a great doubleheader on TV, the first featured Felix Hernandez and the Mariners, ...

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  12. Jeff’s Expansion Blog reaches 10,000 hits milestone!

    Jeff at work researching a story Sometime in the early A.M. today Jeff’s Mariners Fan Blog passed the 10,000 views mark in my Rookie year as a Baseball Blogger. I wanted to say thank you for all of you who have come by during this season...

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  13. Pauley and Smoak shine in 7-5 win over Texas

    The Mariners continued their early spring training auditions tonight as Justin Smoak along with pitcher David Pauley kept themselves in good shape for starting jobs in 2011 with their performances in the 7-5 win over the Rangers tonight...

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  14. Paperboy Josh Wilson helps delivers big blast in 6-2 win

    It seems like months, and indeed it has been since Josh Wilson was swinging a hot bat earning him the nickname of “Paperboy” for delivering clutch hits...

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  15. MLB Season coming down to the wire….

    The end of the MLB regular season is coming to a close with most teams down to 8 games to play after tonight...

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  16. Danny Cortes steps on to the stage at last….

    Tampa Bay overtook the Yankees tonight as the leaders in the exciting AL East race with a win over the Mariners 5-3 in front of 17,840 fans...

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  17. Ichiro reaches 200 hits for 10th season in a row

    Ichiro Suzuki became the first player in Major League history to have 200 or more hits per season for 10 years in a row...

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  18. Jose Lopez hits 3 homers to carry M’s over Jays 6-3!

    Jose Lopez connects for 3 Homers! Yes you read it right; Jose Lopez the Mariners much maligned third basemen clobbered three home runs tonight against the Toronto Blue Jays to ...

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  19. Time to stop the Merry-go-round, re-sign Aardsma

    Well it has started already, the dreaded offseason projections and discussions from all the pundits on exactly how we should fix the 2011 Mariners, if only people would listen to the sideline know-it-all’s...

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  20. Channel Fever is taking me away at last….

    When I was a young Merchant Mariner the old timers broke me in, and taught me the language and ways of a Seamen...

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  21. Blogless in Seattle

    Well I took the day off from sports today and tended to other parts of my life for a change. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that the Mariners had won 2-1 over the Rangers and thus win their first series in a month...

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  22. Same game, different night, same results….

    Cliff Lee was back on the mound at Safeco Field tonight, doing what Cliff Lee does no matter what uniform he wears...

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  23. It’s not personal Chuck and Howard, but….

    All is quiet on the Northwest front as far as actual games for our slumping Mariners and surging Rainiers. However there does seem to be a lot of activity in the blogosphere regarding the whole Chuck Armstrong and Howard Lincoln fronts...

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  24. Message in a bottle… May Day May Day….

    Hello Shipmates, I am writing this post from the vessel SS Queen Mary here in Long Beach which like the good ship Mariners, is marooned at the Dock with the bilge pumps running to keep her afloat...

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  25. Mariners battle but still lose 9-6

    Well you have to hand it to our boys tonight at least they made the Red Sox earn this victory at the Safe tonight in front of 18,381 fans...

    Jeff Engels Written by Jeff Engels about almost 4 years ago 17 reads 0 comments