Yesterday, Mike Ferrin from MLB Radio Network’s Power Alley spent a few minutes as a guest on The Steve Sandmeyer Show
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.
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 […]
The Seattle Mariners made an incremental move designed to upgrade their disappointing offense by trading for Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder/first baseman Mark Trumbo
Prospect Insider’s Luke Arkins demonstrates why the Seattle Mariners’ rotation depth is not only a good thing, but key to their potential success.
Jon Lester could conceivably be of interest to the Seattle Mariners despite a hefty price tag.
Max Scherzer is among the top free agents this winter, and one of just two No, 1 starting pitchers. What are the chances the Mariners have interest in the right-hander? What might Scherzer cost in terms of dollars and commitment?
Prospect Insider’s Tyler Carmont discusses the free agent hitters that play up the middle.
As expected, the Seattle Mariners have been linked to free agent Hanley Ramirez. He’s a player the club has had some level of interest in for a few years, and understandably so, he hits. He’s also right-handed and plays shortstop, so on the surface he sounds like a fantastic fit for any team that doesn’t have a present-and-future stalwart at the position.
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.