In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill and Steve Silver discuss the backup plan to an Austin Jackson nightmare, what Kyle Seager’s offensive ceiling is and what the options are if a projected regular doesn’t perform or misses significant time.
Seattle Mariners reliever Danny Farquhar joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show to talk Spring Training from Peoria, Arizona.
With four rotation spots seemingly spoken for, Roenis Elias finds himself locked in a battle for Seattle’s last starting slot.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson discuss Brad Miller’s future should he NOT “win” the shortstop job, the roster crunch that includes the shortstops and outfield crop. The guys also answer your Twitter questions in this week’s edition of The T-Bag.
Could it be the troubles attached to Jesus Montero have burned off? A glimpse at the Mariners catcher-gone-designated hitter may indicate that to be true.
Victor Sanchez’s health status remains delicate.
Barring a change of plans because of injury, the Mariners’ rotation is mostly set before spring begins. Felix Hernandez, Hisashi Iwakuma and James Paxton are set. Newly acquired J.A. Happ will be the fourth arm in the rotation, giving Seattle a second left-handed option.
In this week’s episode of The Hot Stove Report, Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson discuss Rickie Weeks, the off-season for the American League, and a potential role for Roenis Elias.
A team-by-team look at the American League West entering spring training, including key players each club acquired and lost, and dates of the first workout for pitchers and catchers, and the full squad.
In this week’s episode of The Hot Stove Report, Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson discuss what to expect from pitchers James Paxton, Taijuan Walker, and Danny Hultzen, and why the Mariners may be better on the mound on 2015.
Scenes from the Mariners’ second win of Cactus League play.
Scenes from the 4-3 win over San Diego.
It’s “Photo Day” in Peoria for the 2015 Seattle Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners have signed slugger Nelson Cruz to a four-year deal, adding a needed right-handed power hitter to their lineup.
Scenes from the final Mariners game of the 2014 season.