1. Why Eric Wedge Must Shoulder the Blame for the Mariners' Struggles

    Eric Wedge is old school. After the management catastrophes of the last few years, that's not such a bad thing. But his stubbornness and insistence on doing the same thing over and over regardless of the result is hurting this team...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 2 years ago 981 reads 22 comments

  2. Seattle Mariners 2012: Busting the Myths of This Offseason

    The Seattle Mariners have come off a season to forget, and with little action in the way of signings so far this offseason the natives (fan base) are getting restless. Everyone has a theory on how we can make this team better...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about over 2 years ago 632 reads 3 comments

  3. Patience Is a Virtue: Jack Zduriencik Plays the Waiting Game to Get His Man

    Two weeks ago, the list of potential suitors for Prince Fielder was as big as the man himself. The Cubs , Marlins , Brewers , Rangers , Nationals , Orioles , Blue Jays and Mariners all had reported interest in the free agent slugger...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about over 2 years ago 655 reads 3 comments

  4. MLB Trade Rumors: Seattle Mariners: Josh Lueke Traded for John Jaso

    Jack Zduriencik has done it again. The Mariners GM has completed a trade which solves two problems. The M's have sent Josh Lueke and a PTBNL (or cash considerations) to the Tampa Bay Rays for catcher John Jaso ...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about over 2 years ago 1,252 reads 0 comments

  5. Greg Halman: Tragedy, Loss and Perspective

    It's been over 24 hours since the news of Greg Halman's death reached the baseball community. Details of what actually happened are still scarce, but even if we find out exactly what ...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about over 2 years ago 119 reads 0 comments

  6. MLB Playoffs 2011: Ranking the Top 8 Ex-Seattle Mariners in the Postseason

    First things first. Sorry for the Yuni picture—that was uncalled for. The former Mariners in this list are actually relevant to their respective teams' playoff hopes...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about almost 3 years ago 2,019 reads 6 comments

  7. An Open Letter of Apology to the Seattle Mariners

    I have a saying that I use when confronted with the fact that I have made a blunder. I give a big smile and say, "I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken." Well, this time a slick answer just won't cut it...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about almost 3 years ago 502 reads 4 comments

  8. Seattle Mariners Trade News: Moves Abound as the Rebuild Begins

    After much criticism for standing pat while the team crumbles, the Seattle Mariners have started to clear the decks. First to go—Ryan Langerhans...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about almost 3 years ago 466 reads 4 comments

  9. Seattle Mariners: Best Moments from the First Half

    As we move toward the business end of the season, the Mariners are now out of the running. So there's no better time to reflect on the highs and lows of our favourite team in the first half...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 3 years ago 279 reads 7 comments

  10. MLB Trade Speculation: 6 Realistic Trades the Seattle Mariners Should Consider

    This list may not be what you expect. You'll find no blockbuster trades for Prince Fielder or Matt Kemp. No mention of Felix Hernandez or Michael Pineda being jettisoned. These are simply not going to happen, so there's no point speculating about them..

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 3 years ago 3,130 reads 35 comments

  11. Felix Hernandez, Dustin Ackley Lead 2011 Seattle Mariners First-Half Report Card

    It's the traditional halfway mark of the season, so what better time to give out passing (and failing) scores to the Seattle Mariners ? Some players have stepped up; others have struggled...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 3 years ago 2,400 reads 3 comments

  12. Seattle Mariners Cause for Alarm: Where There's Justin Smoak, Is There Fire?

    Justin Smoak is mired in an awful slump. One that shows no signs of letting up. The Seattle Mariners' first basemen is hitting .171 over his last 10 games, and with the team's offense being extra anemic lately, he must shoulder much of the blame...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 3 years ago 390 reads 9 comments

  13. Seattle Mariners: Down to the Wire, Will Trader Jack Get Gun for Hire?

    The Seattle Mariners ' offense last season was, well, offensive. This year it actually hasn't been much better, but the difference in their team is that the pitching has been absolutely stellar...

    Troy Martin Written by Troy Martin about 3 years ago 583 reads 10 comments