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Seattle Mariners Social Media Spotlight: G7 Wine, Winker’s Little Bills Mafia, and Sue Bird

The one where we cry bidding farewell to Sue.

Yankees v Mariners X Bird

In Lookout Landing Land...

  • Here are some of our best tweets of ‘da week
  • With him being the AL leader in CS you’d think players would stop on running on Cal, but they do naht

In Mariners Land...

  • If you don’t know Sarah Langs by now, you definitely should. Other than being the Number 1 of numbers, she often tweets little things like this that are the ultimate joy
  • Jesse Winker was all too excited to celebrate the beginning start of the NFL season with another little member of Bills Mafia


Are you excited for the NFL season to begin?

This poll is closed

  • 31%
    Hell yeah! Let’s go!
    (72 votes)
  • 38%
    I’m indifferent.
    (87 votes)
  • 29%
    Not really a football fan, so no.
    (68 votes)
227 votes total Vote Now
  • This week Marco and Monica Gonzales launched a limited edition wine created in honor of Monica’s late mother, Linda Zender, who passed away last year from multiple systems atrophy.
  • This event was no small occasion — the introduction of the G7 Wine was met with attention from the media and a whole lot of support from Marco’s teammates.
  • With Atlanta in town, Dave Sims was able to catch up with a couple of friends — 1st and 3rd base coaches Eric Young Sr. and Ron Washington who are MLB’s only African-American duo working those corners.
  • New sponsorship alert! Adam Frazier is now posing with Celsius drinks which is less sexy than Dylan Moore’s Manscaped sponsorship, but in my opinion is tastier.
  • Did you make the cut in TMobile Park’s latest Reel?

In Baseball Land...

  • Literal hats off to this fan
  • He’s just saying hi to some friends, no biggie.
  • How cool is it that we can track every little part of a pitch now?

In Shay Land...

  • As a young girl who grew up playing point guard in the Seattle area, I idolized the hell out of Sue Bird. Truly the GOAT of Seattle professional athletes. Thank you, Sue.
  • Here are some retro Sue photos to send you off with: