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Does Andrew Benintendi Make Sense for the Mariners? Yes and No.

The Seattle Mariners are said to be looking for a left-handed bat this off-season. Ideally, they’d like that bat to play in either the outfield or second base. And it wouldn’t be the worse thing in the world if this bat carried some solid upside. Andrew Benintendi checks all of these boxes and he just […]

Roenis Elias Back With Mariners on MILB Contract

The left-handed pitcher is back for his third tour of duty with the Seattle Mariners after the team announced that Roenis Elias signed a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training. Fans may remember Elias as the ultra-athletic lefty with a big curveball the team traded in the summer of 2019 for left-handed […]

Real Resolutions for the Seattle Mariners Entering 2021

The Seattle Mariners are not going to win the World Series in 2021. Let’s be clear about that. But while some fans want to pretend that the only thing keeping the team from that goal is the team’s cheapness, that simply isn’t true. If we’re being honest with each other, there is nothing the Mariners […]

Could Jake Arrieta be the Veteran Arm the Mariners are Looking For?

The Seattle Mariners have let it be known that they are looking to add a veteran starting pitcher this winter. And while the addition of Chris Flexen provides some upside, they still need to add some stability, without forking over major prospect capital or a long-term contract.  There are no shortage of options for the […]

Seattle Mariners Continue to Raise Floor, Sign RHP Keynan Middleton

It may have taken some time, but when Jerry Dipoto starts cooking, there’s no stopping him. Coming right off the heels of yesterday’s acquisition of right-handed reliever Rafael Montero, the Mariners today signed yet another righty for their retooled bullpen: Keynan Middleton, formerly of the Angels. Drafted by Dipoto as a member of the Angels […]

Seattle Mariners Acquire Rafael Montero from Rangers

The seal has finally been broken. Seattle Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto has made his first trade of the 2020 off-season. Today, Jerry Dipoto formally introduced himself to Texas Rangers GM Chris Young and the two got along so well, they decided to make a trade. The Rangers have dealt their closer, Rafael Montero, to the […]

Is Steven Brault the Mariners’ Next Improvement Project?

The Seattle Mariners began this off-season by proclaiming themselves as playoff contenders entering 2021. With a strong likelihood of another season of the extended playoff format, it was a bold but not impossible goal. In order to achieve said goal, Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto told fans that he was going to add 3-4 bullpen arms […]

Seattle Mariners add Chris Flexen to 2021 Roster: A quick breakdown

Hey guys and welcome back to the channel. Before we begin, go ahead and smash that subscribe Button so you don’t miss any content and leave a like to help our channel grow. All of our socials are in the description down below. Without futher ado, let’s get started.  The Seattle Mariners made their first […]

Top 5 New Free Agents for the Seattle Mariners

The non-tender deadline has come and passed and there are about 60 new free agents for the Seattle Mariners to consider. Today, we look at a handful of names that could make sense. Before we begin, it’s worth noting that the numbering of this list is purely for dramatic effect. People love lists and countdowns, […]

David Dahl a Fun Lottery Ticket for the Mariners to Consider

Could David Dahl be the left-handed bat the Mariners are reportedly chasing this off-season? Well, there is a pretty good case for it. David Dahl is a super talented outfielder, formerly of the Colorado Rockies. He has plus power, above-average speed, and has been a solid average or better defender for most of his career. […]

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