It’s only a month into the season, and sample sizes are still too small to make definitive conclusions about how the league will look come October. It’s never too early for some harmless prognosticating though, so let’s take a look at one player from each division who could change teams
James Paxton of the Seattle Mariners looks to make an impact not only with his team this season, but around the league as well. Coming into the year, glimpses of greatness have flashed from this young lefty’s arm, only to come up short due to injuries. However, this year seems
Nothing quite tops the sweaty palms and nervous jitters that an individual feels right before Opening Day of the upcoming baseball season. Some fans are ready for another postseason run, others are grinding through rebuilding years with their respective franchises, yet the unluckiest of them all are those hoping that
The Mariners look to stay competitive in what should be a tight AL West race in 2017.
With two weeks left before Opening Day around the MLB, it is about time to dive into the depths of the starting rotation for the 2017 Seattle Mariners. With the addition of two new arms and the progression of young, talented arms, the Mariners look to have some decisions to
The 16 year struggle is only part of the story. Many Seattle Mariners fans ask the question, "are we like the Cubs and Red Sox? Are we cursed?" Well, lets start with some interesting but disappointing facts about Seattle. They are only 1 of 2 teams to never make a
Dan Vogelbach, the 23 year old, 6 foot, 250 pound slugger, was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2011 draft by the Chicago Cubs. He was the main piece sent to the Seattle Mariners for LHP Mike Montgomery. Vogelbach got a brief cup of coffee in the majors with
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Texas Rangers Skipper Jeff Banister is your 2016 AL Manager of the Year Runner-Up. He will not join #HoF Bobby Cox as the only pair to win consecutive #MoY awards. The Atlanta Braves legend would go on to win an impressive four, spanning both #AL and
It is November and Donald Trump has just been elected President of the United States, but there happen to be a few more things going on in the world. So, if you'd like, take a look below at some of the most recent rumors throughout baseball.
11/08/16 Report: The New York Mets have
The Arizona Fall League features many of the biggest prospects from all 30 MLB teams. Scouts from all 30 teams were in attendance to see the future of professional baseball take center stage.
The East Lineup (* - Denotes MLB club's #1 prospect according to MLB.com)
SS Franklin Barreto (A's)*