Jason A. Churchill suggests there are a few roster tweaks that could help the Seattle Mariners out of their April funk.
After an offseason saturated with drama surrounding Nick Franklin’s future in Seattle, the 23-year-old is finally heading back to where he wants to be: on the Mariners’ 25-man roster.
Nick Franklin was pulled from Tacoma’s game Tuesday night after eight innings and no injury was reported. This could mean nothing, but this kind of move usually means something, and the Seattle Mariners made it […]
Logan Morrison talked to the Sandmeyer Show ahead of the Mariners’ Home Opener to talk about his role with the team, what kind of hitter he his and his life on Twitter.
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, LA Angels play by play announcer Terry Smith, Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino, host of Power Alley on SiriusXM Mike Ferrin, Root Sports NW baseball analyst Bill Krueger, and Seattle Mariners […]
The Seattle Mariners’ roster leaves questions to be answered, whether by incumbents or prospects.
The Seattle Mariners have just over a week until they need to submit a final 25-man roster to Major League Baseball.
While it may seem the Mariners have plenty of options when it comes to picking a first baseman for the 2014 season, manager Lloyd McClendon already has his mind made up.
Logan Morrison may not ever be able to escape the shadow of the Twitter persona he’s created. Consider it the cost of being engaging and sometimes polarizing on social media.
One of the challenges during the spring will be meshing players left over from the previous staff under Eric Wedge with the bevy of moves Seattle made in the offseason. New manager Lloyd McClendon is optimistic Seattle can win sooner than later, but with the moves made and the money spent this offseason the winning had better arrive on the earlier side.