1. Cincinnati Red Machine Up and Running Again?

    Do you remember the good old days? When the Cincinnati Reds were the best team in baseball and were a true unstoppable force? Don't be surprised if they are back to that system in 2009 only better...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 1,201 reads 4 comments

  2. Mike Cameron: Return To Seattle In Wings Of Jack Zduriencik

    Everyone is talking about a possible return of Ken Griffey Jr. and how great it would be to get him back to the baseball town he saved. But what if the Mariners were to go for former Mariner Mike Cameron instead...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 345 reads 3 comments

  3. What About Bob? Where Will Abreu Don His Hometown Jersey?

    With spring training just days away, many free agents have yet to sign with a baseball franchise. Including Bobby Abreu...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 312 reads 6 comments

  4. Seattle Mariners: Move Brandon Morrow To The Bullpen

    A few months ago I got in an argument with someone over Brandon Morrow, I was saying it would be stupid to keep him in the bullpen, the other guy said it would be stupid to move him...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 493 reads 20 comments

  5. Have a Little Faith: Tyler Walker's True Identity...Star Reliever

    When the Seattle Mariners first got relief pitcher Tyler Walker I was wondering one question: Why? I was still wondering until I decided to look up some of his stats. Tyler Walker had a ...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 168 reads 8 comments

  6. Carlos Quentin to Seattle Mariners in a Monster Trade? Could Happen

    A source from Prospectinsider.com has reported that the Seattle Mariners have been in talks with an American League Central team. Here is the exact language they used...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 2,583 reads 67 comments

  7. To The Basement They March: The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim had created a baseball empire in 2007, 2008, and then it came to a screeching halt in 2009. That's what people are going to be saying in a few years...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 437 reads 15 comments

  8. Seattle Mariners Now Have Depth To Carry Them Into The Post-Season

    The Seattle Mariners have the potential to have the best team in baseball. But there is that word "potential" that will keep them from that...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 251 reads 0 comments

  9. Adam Dunn + Seattle Mariners = World Series

    The Seattle Mariners know how to get a hit. In fact, only one team had more hits after the All-Star break than the Seattle Mariners: the St. Louis Cardinals. The Mariners have even upgraded that since then by trading for Franklin Gutierrez and Endy Chavez

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 757 reads 31 comments

  10. How Safe Is Alex Rodriguez Staying a Yankee?

    The New York Yankees have made it obvious what their intentions are: Go big or go home. But can they follow up with winning when they have Alex Rodriguez on the team? The Alex Rodriguez ...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 317 reads 8 comments

  11. Have a Little Faith: David Aardsma in the Well-Built Seattle Bullpen

    When the Seattle Mariners traded for David Aardsma, I first looked at his 5.55 ERA and thought that he was not going to be anywhere near what the Mariners lost in JJ Putz and Sean Green...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 223 reads 0 comments

  12. Have a Little Faith: Erik Bedard Will Have A Cy Young Award Worthy Season

    How will Erik Bedard perform in 2009? Will he be having a Cy Young award worthy season like he did in 2007? Can he rebound from injuries and show the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim who is really going to dominate the AL West? Yes he can...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 284 reads 8 comments

  13. Have a Little Faith: Ryan Rowland-Smith Set To Flirt with 3.00 ERA

    As for the Mariners they have had one strength for a little while now it is in no way going to stop, young pitching. Right now the system has a few guys major league ready and one developed ace that is improving every season...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 229 reads 5 comments

  14. Have a Little Faith: Endy Chavez a Potential .300 Hitter

    Yes, I know that Endy Chavez batted .267 last season. But Let me teach you something: If you look at Chavez's June, July and August, he batted around .295. In fact, during July he batted ...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 106 reads 2 comments

  15. How Will The WBC Effect The Seattle Mariners' Team Chemistry?

    This article is dedicated to Mike Welch, who pointed out this problem to me. In 2008, the Seattle Mariners could blame their misfortune on a lot of different things, but I, for one, blamed it on team chemistry...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 203 reads 4 comments

  16. The Relationship Between Christianity and Baseball

    I can only imagine how many Christian Baseball Players there are in America. But I do know of some, maybe you've heard of them—Derek Jeter, Albert Pujols, Lance Berkman, Brandon Webb, Josh ...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 5,136 reads 58 comments

  17. Richie Sexson: To the Mariners Again? I Hope So

    First of all Mariner fans, don't shoot me. I never liked Richie Sexson either but he has one amazing upside, left-handed pitchers...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 721 reads 10 comments

  18. Seattle Mariners: Please, Sign Andruw Jones

    I have faith in the Mariners—faith beyond all imagination. I believe that they will, and should, sign Andruw Jones. The Mariners, and new GM Jack Zduriencik have shown that no player's position is safe...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 440 reads 14 comments

  19. Retraction: Dear Mr. Zduriencik, Please Trade Ichiro

    Yes, this is a retraction. I apologize to all Mariner fans for forgetting to put Ken Griffey Jr. on my roster and a couple other changes. Jack Zduriencik, please trade Ichiro Suzuki...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 243 reads 6 comments

  20. St. Louis Cardinals Set to Give Baseball the Bird

    In 2008, the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series. In 2009, they won’t even win in the playoffs. In their way are two awakening giants — the New York Mets and the St...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 721 reads 17 comments

  21. Jack Zduriencik, Please Trade Ichiro Suzuki to the Yankees!

    Jack Zduriencik, please trade Ichiro Suzuki. We can do better than this. You've made all the right moves so far, but after this one I will be very satisfied. Ichiro in pinstripes is just waiting to happen...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 662 reads 22 comments

  22. Have a Little Faith: Jeff Clement Is The Seattle Mariners' Future

    In 2007, Tacoma Rainiers catcher Jeff Clement was one of baseball's top prospects, especially when ranked with other minor league catchers. When Kenji Johjima showed Seattle that his 2008 season was going to flirt with a ...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 471 reads 2 comments

  23. Oakland A's Nearing Contention After Holliday and Giambi? Not In My Book

    A lot of people are thinking that the Oakland Athletics are going to be in the running for the AL West, in my book the A's will be left running for their lives. Even with Matt Holliday and Jason Giambi, the Athletics have the worst offense in the MLB...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 332 reads 27 comments

  24. Projected 2009 Seattle Mariners' Season

    This article is dedicated to Mike Welch. The Seattle Mariners had an off year in 2008, but in 2009, expect things to be completely turned around. Late in 2008 and in the Winter Ball Leagues, Mariner players are showing signs of their potential...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 577 reads 24 comments

  25. Milton Bradley Joins Cubs in Hopes of Ending World Series Drought

    The Chicago Cubs have added a big bat to an already powerful lineup, Milton Bradley. Today Bradley agreed to a three-year deal worth an estimated $30 million. The Cubs now have arguably the best offense and pitching in all of baseball...

    Ben Brown Written by Ben Brown about over 5 years ago 316 reads 3 comments