Seattle Mariners Stats

King Felix changes it up

One of my favorite things about King Felix is that he's constantly improving. And when I say constantly, I mean "right now".

Introducing Dominic Leone

Some time soon, Dominic Leone is going to make his major-league debut. Here's what you need to know.

The problem with Corey Hart

In which it takes almost four months to figure out that there might be a downside to this whole Corey Hart thing.

The confusing thing about John Buck

The Mariners have reportedly acquired backup catcher John Buck - and by extension a rather befuddling statistics problem.

List of Stupid Things I Said In 2013

I, Logan Davis, said a lot of really stupid things about baseball in 2013. Let's recap!

Justin Smoak: platoon first baseman?

Is Justin Smoak a viable left-handed platoon option at first base, or do the Mariners need to make an upgrade?

A Kyle Seager plate discipline exercise

Or--an attempt to draw a conclusion about Lloyd McClendon that turned into a Kyle Seager observation.

How much is too much for Ellsbury?

A whole bunch of national baseball writers, including Ken Rosenthal and Dave Cameron, seem to think that the Mariners are going to sign Jacoby Ellsbury. What's a fair contract for the Boston center fielder?

List of common (Mariners-related) misconceptions

Sometimes, people who are not me write things about the Mariners with which I do not agree. Let's take a look at a few of those things!

Taijuan Walker, other undefeated Mariners pitchers

Because one start is enough to analyze historical value

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Felix Hernandez, the Cy Young, and a fake award

Felix Hernandez is going to make around eight more starts. He's having the best year of his career, but will it be good enough to win the Cy Young? Does he lead the pack for a fake award named after a fake baseball player? Why do we care so much?

On Michael Saunders' rebounding offense

Michael Saunders is in the middle of a pretty impressive hot streak. Before Michael Saunders got injured, he was in the middle of a pretty impressive hot streak. How much does the injury have to do with the cold spell in between?

Musings on James Paxton

After a season of being roundly dismissed and ignored by most Mariners analysts and commentators, James Paxton has reclaimed some of his lost reputation with a recent run of hot starts in Tacoma. What's up with this guy?

Tom Wilhelmsen Maybe Slightly Less Good Now

The Mariners' closer is striking out fewer dudes than he has in the past. The league may be catching on to his curveball. Don't get too worried, though.

Dave Hansen Deserves A Raise

The Mariners, in the past, were very un-selective and strikeout-prone. Then they hired Dave Hansen to be the hitting coach. So far, the results are freakin' sweet!

Justin Smoak's Strength In Context

Word's going around the blogosphere that Justin Smoak isn't very strong. Well... is he?

Runs and Sequencing

Are the Mariners scoring as often as they "should" be?

Is It Nick Franklin Time?

The Mariners' major league 2B/SS situation is an absolute mess. The Mariners' minor league 2B/SS situation is awesome. Is it time to rectify the imbalance?

The Very Worst Mariner

Michael Saunders is coming back to the Mariners today. This is wonderful news. The question is, who should he replace? The answer is, not the guy he probably will.

Kyle Seager Makes A Change

Kyle Seager is in the midst of an absurd hot streak. Kyle Seager has recently made a significant change to his approach. Hopefully he is not Justin Smoak!

Don't You Give Up On Me

Dustin Ackley, Justin Smoak, and Jesus Montero are not being real encouraging right now. Here's why you shouldn't jump off their bandwagons.

Non-Obligatory Mariners Spring Training Reminder

Examining the Seattle Mariners' spring-training history, compared to the Mariners' regular-season history. Guess what!

The Felix Hernandez Bump

Examining Seattle Mariners home attendance for games started by Felix Hernandez, and for games not started by Felix Hernandez, dating back to his 2005 rookie season.

Kelly Shoppach may be Defensive Improvement

A silver lining? Well, not silver. Maybe something like tin? A tin lining?

The Mariners Should Play Casper Wells

It is reasonable to think that he could outplay Michael Morse.

Morse Unlikely to be Worth a Qualifying Offer

Although the Mariners received no other player aside from Michael Morse in the trade of John Jaso, there is a chance that Morse could result in other players coming to the Mariners organization. It turns out to be a small chance.

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