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LL year in review: The season falls

The Mariners did not get better.

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Parts I and II of year in review here and here.

The 2nd half of the 2015 Mariners season saw the team finally, fully capitulate to failure. The offense figured out how to hit just in time for the rotation and bullpen to be Olmos'd, Rasmussen'd, and all sorts of other calamities and pratfalls. As the most hyped Mariner season since 2010 crashed and burned harder than any season since, well, 2010 we tried to keep ourselves from devolving into miserable depression. I think we mostly succeeded, but it may have come at the cost of our sanity. Stuff on LL got weird, y'all.

July

August



There really was so much more. Going back through this 3 month stretch I feel as though the site really found itself in a fun, new way. I'm very grateful for all the talent, wit, humor, grace, anguish, and joy the staff expressed as the Mariners careened towards the earth at high speed. Tomorrow we'll wrap the year by wrapping up the year, as the Mariners entered a new era. One that hopefully involves winning baseball games.