A mild package of links for your mild Wednesday
A love letter to my favorite Mariner and a case for keeping him around a little longer.
Walton only has an outside chance of making the opening day roster. But, we’ll probably see him again at some point in 2021, so let’s get to know him a little better.
An eventful minor-league career led Trammell to Seattle, where he finds himself battling for a spot in a talented group of young outfielders
The lefty swinger could be on the outs despite flashing big power in some key moments last year, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying the journey.
If you remember him from 2016 we can’t be friends
The reigning AL Rookie of the Year has many chapters to write
2020 disappointed us all, but Wyatt Mills channeled his disappointment into a spot on the Mariners’ 40-man roster
Every team has Chris Flexens. But the Mariners might have a Chris Flexen.
He throws a hundred. That’s basically it.
Shall I compare thee to a winter’s day? The forecast for Dylan Moore is as straight forward as the forecast for snow.
Dunn hasn’t had the start to his professional career he envisioned, but there’s still time to get on the right track
After a career path that has been anything but normal, the young catcher is set up for a breakout at the big league level
I work very hard
Two contestants! So many question marks! One big board!
A Sam with a Dela-Plan(e)
The 2021 season will be the most important of Kikuchi’s career — for both him and the Mariners
Hedge funds may be going short against $BB, but this B.B. is worth a closer look
The Mariners added the former Angels reliever and...not much else
Hitters gonna hit
Hot Juan Summer
The story of Kendall Graveman is full of twists and turns. He’s developed new pitches and moved to the bullpen, but his success in 2021 may just be found in his stars.
Deep thoughts with a Minnesotan
The mitt is golden, next let’s turn that bat silver.
The lanky lefty is one of several young pitchers hoping to seize a rotation spot
Get to know the latest Mariners closer brought in on the trade winds.
The Long Beach shortstop has a sublime glove, now his bat needs to be set free
The Chopticon Hurler Brings His Tired Dad Vibe to Seattle