When Ichiro Suzuki suits up for tonight’s game at Safeco Field, he won’t be wearing a Seattle Mariners uniform. Yes, you’re reading this correctly, Ichiro has been traded to the New York Yankees…the team the […]
This past April 18th, longtime Seattle Mariner (late of the Colorado Rockies) Jamie Moyer set a Major League Baseball record, getting the start and required 7 innings in a 5-3 win over the San Diego […]
Your Seattle Mariners are currently the best team in baseball, in sole possession of 1st place in the American League West, after beating the Oakland A’s in Tokyo Japan 3-1 at 3AM Seattle time, a […]
And your Seattle Mariners, perhaps the most jinxed team in sport, start the regular season tomorrow on the other side of the Pacific Ocean with a two game series vs. the Oakland A’s in Tokyo.
There are many things we look forward to at the start of a new baseball season: The smell of freshly-mown grass, the crack of the bat, the end of “March Madness” and anything else having […]
Alright, he doesn’t turn 50 until November.
Dave Niehaus, the iconic announcer who has broadcast Seattle Mariners baseball games since the team’s first days in 1977 has died. Niehaus, who received the Ford Frick Award at the Hall of Fame […]
It’s official. The Seattle Mariners have fired Manager Don Wakamatsu. Bench coach Ty Van Burkleo, pitching coach Rick Adair and performance coach Steve Hecht were also fired Monday by the Mariners, who are 42-70 […]
Former Seattle Mariners manager and current Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella has announced his retirement at the end of the season. The 66-year-old manager says he is looking forward to spending more time with his family. Piniella says […]
It’s a sad day for Seattle and Baseball. Ken Griffey Jr has retired from baseball. FanHouse was first to report the news of his retirement, and the future Hall of Famer announced his decision officially in […]