1. Seattle Sport Teams: Does "A New Day,A New Way" Work For All Of Seattle?

    As most of you probably know, the Seattle Seahawks had a fairly disappointing 2008 season last year. From getting bit by the injury bug to their long time coach, Mike Holgrem, walking off the field one last time...

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  2. Seattle Mariners Sign Chad Cordero To Possibly Solidify Bullpen

    The Seattle Mariners quite possibly signed their closer today, Chad Cordero, a former Washington National with 128 career saves...

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  3. Top Five Surprises In The 2009 Baseball Season

    In 2008 there were many surprises that no one included myself predicted. From the Tampa Bay Rays dominance from the start to Andruw Jones failing to meet expectations in Hollywood...

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  4. A Thank You To Seattle Mariners' Trainer Rick Griffin

    Since 1983, the Mariners have had two figures that have stayed with the team through the bad times and, of course, the good ones, too. Those figures are Legendary Broadcaster, Dave Niehaus and Head Trainer, Rick Griffin...

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  5. Have a Little Faith: Is Chris Shelton of the Mariners the "Real Deal"?

    Back in 2005 Shelton hit .299 and knocked in 18 home runs in only 107 games, right around two-thirds of the season. He was poised for an incredible 2006 season where some predicted a ...

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  6. In My Book- The 2009 Seattle Mariners Opening Day Roster

    Well, now that the Mariners finally lost an official spring training game, I decided it was time to say what I believe the opening day roster should be for the Seattle Mariners. C. Jeff Clement1B...

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  7. Seattle Mariners Spring Training an Early Season Preview?

    As most if not all of you know the Mariners finished last season 61-101, the worst in the American League. But in 2009 they hope to get back on the path towards winning...

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  8. Josh Hamilton: Rescued by Faith

    You've seen it on ESPN, MLB.com, New York Times, and just about every other media output, but I am here to tell the story right here, right now...

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  9. 2009 MLB Projection Places Florida Marlins Atop the Major Leagues

    One of the youngest franchises in history could be on its way to its third World Series title in less than two decades since being established...

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  10. Sweeney and Griffey Already Making an Impact in the Seattle Mariners' Clubhouse

    When you talk to any of the Seattle Mariners about what slashed the high hopes of the 2008 team, they will probably tell you the same thing. Not because the roster didn't include a player known for his power bat, or the presence of Richie Sexson...

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  11. Ken Griffey, Jr.: A Story Book Ending?

    Wouldn't it be nice if all of baseball can say it's good byes to Ken Griffey Jr. in October instead of September? It would, it truly would be nice...

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  12. Ken Griffey, Jr. is a Seattle Mariner Once Again

    Life is as it should be, once again. The sky is blue, the grass is green, and Ken Griffey, Jr. is a Seattle Mariner. After the Mariners nearly got "Furcaled," Griffey comes back to the place that raised him and the fans that adore him...

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  13. Derek Jeter: The Falling Star of the Bronx's Beloved Team

    Everyone has seen it happen. A player that used to dominate the leagues can now only dominate his AARP payments. As a Mariner fan I remember watching Edgar Martinez go from All Star to fallen Star...

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  14. Washington Nationals—Contenders in 2009?

    The Washington Nationals could become a playoff-contending team in 2009, even though they have one of the worst farm systems today, and they had a horrible team last season...

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  15. Who Is Your Favorite MLB Player?

    Everyone seems to have a few players that they have always really liked—their favorites. They look up to the players and spend countless hours throwing around a baseball in their backyard pretending to be that player...

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  16. Ichiro Suzuki: A Possible Changed Attitude For 2009?

    Anyone who pays attention to the Seattle Mariners knows that Ichiro Suzuki thinks of himself as a delicate little flower. He doesn't want to do any diving plays to help his team as he is afraid he will get injured...

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  17. Ken Griffey Jr. Please Come Back To Seattle

    It's funny how things work out. Back when I was little I remember nagging my parents to turn on Aladdin instead of watching the Mariners game, I believe that was the 1997 playoffs...

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  18. Carlos Silva's 2009 Comeback Player of the Year Award

    What the Seattle Mariners received in 2008 was a garbage can full of hot dogs and burgers. What they receive in 2009 is something worth a whole lot more...try $12 million...

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  19. A Plea to Bud Selig: Speak Up, Be Honest, and Be Fast

    Dear Bud Selig, Why are you making the $18 million a year? To be a baseball commissioner. So do your job and say who is on the list of 104 baseball players who took steroids. I have heard people say that Ken Griffey Jr...

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  20. Seattle Mariners: 2008 Draft Pick Joshua Fields As The 2009 Closer?

    Finally, the Seattle Mariners signed their first-round draft pick of 2008. Sure, he's not a starting pitcher or a big bat in the lineup, but he is a future lights-out closer. Every team needs a closer, that's obvious...

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  21. 1999, A Draft To Remember: Albert Pujols, Justin Morneau and Ryan Ludwick

    When I think of seasons with great rounds of draft picks, I think of 1999. So many All-Stars, MVP winners and so much more...

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  22. Breaking News: Ken Griffey Jr. a Seattle Mariner Once Again

    I have received from a source that Ken Griffey Jr. has agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Mariners. Finally, the waiting game is over. Ken Griffey Jr...

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  23. Seattle Mariners: Just Let The Kids Play

    This article is dedicated to a great baseball mind, Mike Welch. For years teams have added all the free agents they can afford, trading for top notch players such as Alex Rodriguez, Carlos Lee and Xavier Nady...

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  24. Current MLB Stars Aging Towards Dissapointment

    As I was looking around at stats today for some of the most popular baseball players I started looking at one stat that is predictable and that I usually don't care much about, age. In my opinion a players prime is 28-32 years old...

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  25. The 2009 MLB Season: Top Five Hitters

    In 2008, baseball fans enjoyed a few surprises—including sluggers Ryan Ludwick, Josh Hamilton and Carlos Quentin...

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