1. Seattle Mariners Must Give Hope Back to the Fans

    I recently attended a Tampa Bay Rays game at Tropicana Field, and the lack of fans in attendance left me stunned. I had made the trip from Orlando to watch Felix Hernandez pitch for the Seattle Mariners ...

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  2. Twins vs. Mariners: Hector Noesi Uses Hapless Twins to Get Right

    Hector Noesi needed this. After struggling with his consistency, Noesi brought a 7.38 ERA and 1-3 record into Sunday's matchup against the hapless Minnesota Twins...

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  3. Twins vs. Mariners: Seattle Lineup Gives Felix Hernandez Much-Needed Support

    Two days ago, Seattle Manager Eric Wedge sat Chone Figgins and sent a message to his team. Yesterday, the Mariners' lineup responded...

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  4. Seattle Mariners: Wedge Isn't the Only One Miffed by the Whiffs

    A week ago, the Seattle Mariners were coming off their first series sweep of the season. A day later they defeated the Toronto Blue Jays to bring their record back over .500. The Mariners have since dropped six straight...

    David Stevens Written by David Stevens about over 2 years ago 252 reads 14 comments

  5. Seattle Mariners: It's Time to Bring Up the Young Guns

    After 24 games the Seattle Mariners own a team ERA of 4.10, good for worst in the AL West and ninth overall in the American League. This would be okay if we were talking about the Mariners of 1998, but we're not...

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  6. Bobby Wagner to Seahawks: Seattle Addresses Need in Middle of Defense

    The Seattle Seahawks made the decision to fill a need with their second round pick in the 2012 NFL draft . However, before they spent that pick, they decided to add value by trading down and gaining two late-round picks...

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  7. Seattle Seahawks Blind Side NFL World in 2012 NFL Draft, Pick Bruce Irvin

    For the last three months draft pundits had the Seattle Seahawks picking a defensive end with the 12th pick in the 2012 NFL draft. I, myself, had them picking an offensive guard...

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  8. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1, from Andrew Luck (No. 1) to Lavonte David (No. 32)

    In one week the 32 teams that comprise the NFL will meet in New York to choose from the best athletes college football has to offer. These athletes will come from schools both big and small...

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  9. Seattle Mariners: 5 Hot Prospects You May Not Know

    During the offseason, Seattle Mariners coach Eric Wedge and GM Jack Zduriencik made strides toward improving the woeful offensive production fans had to slog through in 2011...

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  10. Lorenzo Romar's Washington Huskies Will Return to the NCAA Tournament in 2013

    With the loss of Terrance Ross and Tony Wroten to the NBA draft, most experts are predicting a severe drop-off for Lorenzo Romar's Washington Huskies basketball team in 2012-13. They are wrong...

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  11. Seattle Mariners Lost Years: Bill Bavasi's Demolition Derby

    After the end of the 2003 season when Pat Gillick left the team, the Mariners were in contention. Safeco Field offered some of America's best baseball. Just two years before, Seattle's "boys of summer" had set the record for most wins in a season...

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  12. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: The Seattle Seahawks Should Pick David Decastro at No. 12

    With the 2012 NFL draft looming, most pundits are predicting that Seattle, owner of the 12th pick, will select a defensive end or a linebacker in the first round. History shows, though, that may not need be the case...

    David Stevens Written by David Stevens about over 2 years ago 2,429 reads 19 comments