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.

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Seattle Mariners: Is It Time To Say Goodbye To King Felix?

For what seems like an eternity now, Felix Hernandez has been the undisputed ace of the Mariners staff. Through the good(ish) seasons and the really bad ones, you could always count on King Felix being the one source of consistency on the Mariners roster. Until now. My inner Mariners fan hates me for writing this, but…

Seattle Mariners: Don’t Sleep On Daniel Vogelbach

Although the results Mariners fans were hoping for haven’t quite come to fruition, he’s still the right-handed specialist the lineup desperately needs. Eat, sleep, mash right-handed pitching. That’s what I imagine a day in the life of Seattle Mariners minor league slugger Daniel Vogelbach consists of. In an era where platooning players is more prevalent…

The 2017 Seattle Mariners: Coming Out Flat

To say the 2017 Mariners have started out flat is putting it nicely. With all of the Seattle Mariners offseason moves (I blacked out after the Dyson acquisition from pure excitement) for them to come out and start off this 2017 campaign the way they have has people just a little worried.  Did I say…

Ariel Miranda: The Next Man Up

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: a starting pitcher from the Seattle Mariners is heading to the DL. The Mariners announced this past week that offseason acquisition Drew Smyly will be sidelined for 6-8 weeks due to an elbow strain. He is expected to be out until late May to mid-June.  Stepping up into…