On August 12 of 1987, the Detroit Tigers were just one and one-half game behind the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League East division and were intent on improving their odds of catching Toronto. Back in those days, there was a heightened sense of urgency in finishing first place because there were only two divisions in each league and no wild card berths.
Seattle Mariners closer Carson Smith chatted with Steve Sandmeyer and guest host Scott Soden from Safeco Field Wednesday.
Matt Duffy homered and drove in three runs to help the San Francisco Giants snap a nine-game home losing streak by beating the Seattle Mariners 6-2 on Tuesday.
The best word to describe the Seattle Mariners offense may be “enigmatic”
Kyle Seager hit his 11th home run with a solo shot in the eighth, Taijuan Walker struck out six in seven innings and the Mariners beat the San Francisco Giants 5-1 on Monday night.
Seattle starter Roenis Elias struggled and Seattle’s hitters didn’t fare any better to send the Mariners to their most lopsided loss of the season
Steve and Jason chat with Art Thiel, Matt Snyder, Ken Carman and Peter Corbett
J.A. Happ could not get out of the third inning and the Mariners offense was shut down by Shaun Marcum.
Kyle Seager, batting fourth in place of ailing Nelson Cruz, hit a grand slam and drove in five runs to lead the Seattle Mariners past the Cleveland Indians 9-3 Wednesday night.
When I served in the Navy, I had the privilege of working with a superb aircraft maintenance officer and a dynamic leader who was simply known throughout Naval Aviation as “Big John.” On one particular […]