Much like the Jean Segura trade in 2016 which also landed Seattle the lesser known Mitch Haniger, lightening seems to have struck twice with the emergence of hitting guru, Ty France.
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Mitch Haniger Slowly Becoming Mariners Biggest “What If” Ever
Seattle always seems to excel at calling guys up that just don’t end up having a skillset suited for producing at the big league level. There’s exceptions to that scenario, though…and that exception’s name is Mitch Haniger.
Mariners Dedication To Pitching Staff Has Future Looking Bright
With the selection of right handed starting pitcher Emerson Hancock at #6 overall, the Mariners have proven they’re dedicated to building the staff of the future.
All Aboard The Josh Stowers Hype Train
Thirty five games and 148 plate appearances into his first ever professional season, Josh Stowers has made me a believer.
This MLB Season Will Go Down In Blistory
In a sea of injuries this year, one has reigned king. Before the year started, no one would have guessed […]
What We’ve Learned So Far In The 2017 MLB Season
It’s still pretty early to get a good pulse of how the season will end up. It is after all, […]
Hitters I Can’t Pick Up – Week 4
Happy Friday and welcome to Week 4 of Hitters I Can’t Pick Up! This week I’m getting more risky with […]
Corey Kluber: Getting Off On The Wrong Foot
There are things in life that are unavoidable: death, taxes, and Corey Kluber’s beginning of the year struggles. From 2014 […]
Dear Miami, Please Do Not Immortalize Jose Fernandez
It was announced on Thursday that the Miami Marlins will be erecting a bronze statue of late pitcher Jose Fernandez. While on the surface this looks like a good way to pay tribute to the fallen star, but this is not a good look for the Marlins or baseball in general.
Michael Pineda: Where Are These Runs Coming From?
How does a pitcher go about the art of run prevention? There are many factors, but minimizing walks and maximizing […]