Jason A. Churchill
Jason joined 1090 The Fan after 4 1/2 years at ESPN Insider, covering Major League Baseball, the MLB Draft, as well as college football and basketball. Churchill founded Prospect Insider in 2006 where he remains the executive editor and publisher.
Have the Seattle Mariners changed their approach on the mound with their young starters? Pitch usage metrics suggest so. A few weeks back it was apparent that the usage of the curveball for James Paxton […]
The Seattle Mariners are big business. Yes, they’re a Major League Baseball team, but it’s a $9 billion industry and the M’s are a business. That business has invested heavily in the product in the […]
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson discuss potential roster moves for the Seattle Mariners, including possible trade targets, who gets the axe when Austin Jackson returns and how likely is it that an elite player ends up in a Mariners uniform from the trade market this summer.
The 16-18 Boston Red Sox begin a four-game series with the Seattle Mariners (15-18) Thursday, with each club dragging disappointment into the third week of May. The Sox haven’t hit or pitched, the M’s have […]
The San Diego Padres (17-16) were Preller-ized over the winter and bring in a vastly different roster in 2015, one that has led to a solid start to the season. The Seattle Mariners (14-17) are winners of three straight, following a sweep of the Oakland Athletics at Safeco Field.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Brendan Gawlowski discuss the bullpen of the Seattle Mariners whether or not it’s too early to get aggressive on the trade market and the Man In The Box is Logan Morrison, whose recent streak begs the question of what may or may not be realistic for the first baseman moving forward.
At 11-17, the Seattle Mariners find themselves in fifth place in a five-team division.At 11-17, the Seattle Mariners find themselves in fifth place in a five-team division.
The Seattle Mariners, 11-17 as they prepare for a weekend series versus division-rival Oakland, can’t wait for struggling players to figure it out as the spring turns to summer in the coming weeks.
The Seattle Mariners went a little off the board at No. 62 overall to tab Clemson shortstop Brad Miller. I say ‘off the board’ because no one outside of the game hinted that Miller was a top 75 talent. There’s a reason for that, perhaps reasons.
Limping in from a four-game sweep via the Houston Astros, the Seattle Mariners (10-15, 8 GB) look to get right in Los Angeles versus the divisional rival Angels, who are seven games back in the […]