With the World Baseball Classic come and gone, the Mariners have returned to their spring training camp for the last week and a half of Cactus League competition.
Sams channeling former Mariner Halman in Classic — Kalian Sams, a 26-year-old outfielder from the Mariners Double-A Generals, has a lot on his plate this spring. As he competed with The Netherlands’ squad in the World Baseball Classic, he drew his inspiration from a fellow countryman and beloved, late member of the Mariners: Greg Halman.
Here Goes Nothing — For those who have been mourning Lookout Landing’s loss of Jeff Sullivan, there is a new Mariners expert at the helm of SBNation’s favorite Seattle Mariners blog.
Why I Don’t Care Too Much About The Opening Day Roster — Dave Cameron is here to tell you why you should read even less into the Opening Day roster than you already do.
How Jesus Montero Threw Out Mike Trout — Jeff Sullivan delves into a second-by-second replay of the one time Jesus Montero managed to nab Mike Trout at second base. (Watch out for the ending–you’ll never see it coming.)
Catching up on Mike Carp, Chone Figgins, and other ex-Mariners — You know you miss them. Now, thanks to Larry Stone, you can also know just where they stand in roster battles so far. Unfortunately, no matter how hard Figgins tries to make the Marlins 25-man roster, the chances of him reappearing in Safeco Field this season look pretty slim.
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