This week, we revisit Humber’s perfecto, the necessity of good offense, and the reasons why Mariners fans shouldn’t jump ship before the season gets started.
One night jump in stats shows why it really is still too early for any conclusions about Mariners offense — To paraphrase Geoff Baker: It’s still April. Calm down.
Ryan still reliving end of perfect game — Brendan Ryan is finally ready to talk about Saturday’s last at-bat, and he still can’t believe Philip Humber went out with a slider.
The Thing Justin Smoak Has to Fix — I won’t spoil the article and tell you what Smoak has to fix, but let’s just say it’s not his defense.
The day Pudge saved my career — Shannon Drayer shares a pivotal point in her baseball career, crediting Ivan Rodriguez with a moment of kindness that kept her on the path towards sports journalism.
Series Preview: Seattle @ Detroit — Bryant Bartlett gives us an in-depth look at the pitching matchups and current WAR for position players in the Mariners-Tigers series.
Mariners making it hard for fans to take a “leap of faith” — According to Eric Wedge, the Mariners are not a team worth giving up on quite yet. According to Larry Stone, it’s going to take a lot to keep existing fans on board.
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