Today, the blogosphere is buzzing with a few heated comments from Eric Wedge, the continued success of Hector Noesi, and a slew of minor leaguers looking to fill Brendan Ryan’s cleats.
Mariners have much more evaluating to do before we’ll know much about their future —Geoff Baker responds to Wedge’s heated comments about the impracticability of consistent lineups and the yahoos who are clamoring for them.
Hector Noesi is a rare sign of hope in this Mariners season — Following the four-game collapse against Anaheim, Steve Kelley and Eric Wedge gush over the progress of one of Seattle’s steadier young fellows: Hector Noesi.
The Mariners’ Next Quote Shortstops Unquote — A quick reminder of Brendan Ryan’s defensive value and a look at the shortstops climbing the rungs of the minor leagues.
Fortnight Over — Tim Chalberg of Seattle Mariners Musings ponders a few myths and facts when it comes to the Mariners. Let’s see if you can figure this one out. True or false: Jesus Montero and John Jaso are more than capable of handling Seattle’s pitching staff without Miguel Olivo’s help.
The Mariners Brandon League: The good, the bad & the ugly — Jared Galde evaluates League on his rough outing last Friday, his struggles over the 2011 season, and the Mariners’ current needs.
Smell That, White Sox Fans? It’s First Place — Not to put a damper on things, but it’s time to check in with our weekend rivals: the White Sox. Cheryl Evans brings us the latest from Chicago, along with some updates on Mariners fan favorite Philip Humber.
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