Steve & Bill talk with Seattle Mariner 2nd baseman Nick Franklin, Seattle Times football columnist Bob Condotta, recent call up Seattle Mariner Brad Miller, and Tacoma Rainiers starting pitcher Danny Hultzen Listen to the 3:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to the 4:00 p.m. […]
Steve & Bill replay some interviews from earlier in the week with Coach Romar and Nick Franklin, then they chat live with CBSSports.com national writer Gregg Doyel, and Root Sports NW’s baseball analyst Bill Krueger. Listen to the 3:00 […]
Steve & Bill talk with Seattle Mariner 2nd baseman Nick Franklin, CBS Sports Basketball expert Zach Harper, Voice of the Seattle Mariners radio broadcast Rick Rizzs, and CBS Sports Radio host John Feinstein. Listen to the 3:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to the […]
Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge wasn’t ready to make a change at closer in the immediate aftermath of their 6-1 loss at the hands of the Houston Astros on Wednesday night. But after yet another blown save by Tom Wilhelmsen, Wedge is being forced to re-evaluate his options.
Now in his 15th major league season, Aaron Harang still is looking for consistency. On Tuesday night he found it. The Seattle Mariners’ 35-year-old right-hander locked into a groove against the Houston Astros, matching a career low in yielding just two in a complete-game 4-0 shutout victory.
Chris Stewart had a tiebreaking RBI single in the ninth inning and David Phelps matched efforts with Felix Hernandez for six innings to help the New York Yankees beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on Sunday.
Raul Ibanez hit a two-run homer and a two-run double in his first two at-bats, and Hernandez helped the Mariners hand the Chicago White Sox their eighth straight loss with a 7-4 victory Tuesday night.
Nick Franklin hit his first two big league home runs and Kendrys Morales, Brendan Ryan and Endy Chavez also went deep to give the Seattle Mariners a 7-1 victory over the Padres.
Joe Saunders pitched seven superb innings. Jason Bay hit a go-ahead home run in the ninth. After that, the Seattle Mariners fell apart.
Nick Franklin didn’t get his first Major League hit in his first start for the Mariners — but he did commit an error with the bases loaded, costing Seattle a run.