Summer is coming; the kids will be out of school soon if they aren’t already. This is not the time to forget about your fantasy baseball team. Sure, life gets busy, but the minute you let a transaction period go by unattended is the minute you lose your league. Staying on top of your roster all the time is key to winning your league, even if it becomes a challenge to find the time to manage your team.
The Seattle Mariners’ pursuit of offense and perhaps a few key ancillary pieces is likely to come from three distinct avenues; free agency, of course, in-house progress and trades.
Rival executives, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi, say the Mariners frequently inquire on dozens of players, only to shift direction when a deal appears within reach. Though that practice is hardly unique, Zduriencik is reportedly the worst offender and “one of the most difficult GMs” in the sport to do business with.
The Seattle Mariners continue to look for help, both in the lineup and on the mound.
With the MLB trade deadline just two weeks away, it’s time to see who could potentially be on the move in late July.
The Seattle Mariners have 10 days to acquire help for the stretch drive without having to deal with the waiver wire in August.
Trade talks surrounding the Seattle Mariners are beginning to heat up as Major League Baseball’s trade deadline inches closer.
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Despite being just eight games over .500 and currently holding the fifth-best record in the American League, last night’s loss clearly shows Seattle still needs at least one other bat in the lineup.
It’s hard to preach patience with an unproven Fantasy asset. That was the case with Brad Miller after his early struggles. Miller had a nice rookie year, which led to many buying into the hype for his second season. When things didn’t pan out, most owners cut bait, deciding to ride the hot hand.