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40 in 40

40 in 40: Penn Murfee has the Ur-Slider

A short view back to the past

40 in 40: Chris Flexen has earned our respect

How the Buddha’s teachings can guide our response to the Mariners’ dependable starter turned long reliever

40 in 40: Teoscar Hernández is Right at Home in Seattle

"When you’re here, you’re family." - Olive Garden; - The Mariners to Teoscar

40 in 40: The secret of Matt Brash’s success

Hang together or hang separately

40 in 40: George Kirby, Unlocking Gear After Gear

I wasn’t allowed to title this George Kirby is Goated with the Sauce (RV/100 Style)

40 in 40: Kolten Wong could be enough

With a return to defensive form, Wong could complement Crawford in the infield and contribute in a meaningful way.

40 in 40: Gabe Speier’s next story

The lefty reliever looks to solidify his spot as a reliable bullpen option.

40 in 40: AJ Pollock, and rolling the dice on faith

Blibdoolpoolp bless you.

40 in 40: Logan Gilbert seeks to become unpredictable

A new pitch mix could help Logan Gilbert get back to ace status

40 in 40: Tommy La Stella seeks to reinvent himself, again

Changes La Stella has been seeking to make with his swing have been sidetracked multiple times. Will he reach his final form with the Mariners?

40 in 40: Robbie Ray’s long offseason

What happens when you have to wait five months before you can get back on the horse?

40 in 40: Luis Castillo is the icing and the cake

Seattle’s freshly extended ace could be the division’s most valuable starter.

40 in 40: Evan White is hip to be square

Can a healthy season bring back Evan White’s early-career promise?

40 in 40: Ty France, is there more?

Can Ty France be that guy?

40 in 40: Andrés Muñoz is the answer

The 24-year-old flamethrower is the fiery heart of Los Bomberos.

40 in 40: Five rules for Rule 5 pick Chris Clarke

Also, treat others as you’d want to be treated

40 in 40: Dylan Moore and the curse of second base

How Dylan Moore can bash his way out of a platoon role and into the starting second base job

40 in 40: Brennan Bernardino beat the odds

It’s been a long, winding road for the lefty, and he may have finally found a big league home.

40 in 40: J.P. Crawford is the Captain of this Good Ship

workin walks and talkin the talk

40 in 40: It’s not Trevor Gott’s fault

It’s not a flashy signing, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good one.

40 in 40: Jonatan Clase, speed demon with some pop

He may be far from the big leagues, but Jonatan Clase is no less fun

40 in 40: Matt Festa Touches a Truck

It’s been an unorthodox journey for the 29-year-old, but probably not one he’d trade for anything

40 in 40: Tom Murphy and The Tell-Tale Eyes

Pale blue are the eyes of chaos, and by power are they invoked.

40 in 40: Jarred Kelenic and learning the hard way

How many lessons can one player pack in

40 in 40: Isaiah Campbell takes the road less traveled

Once a surefire starter, Campbell looks to make his mark in the bullpen instead

40 in 40: Eugenio Suárez is both the person and player you want on your team

There is much more to "Good Vibes Only" than it seems on the surface.

40 in 40: Justin Topa, the Mariners’ new mystery man in the bullpen

The Mariners will hope for health with their latest bullpen addition, who should fit right in with Los Bomberos

40 in 40: Cooper Hummel is coming home

The PNW native brings intriguing positional flexibility, and could make an impact off the bench

40 in 40: Marco Gonzales is the new last piece of the Ship of Theseus

The longest-tenured Seattle Mariner has seen the roster turn over 100% around him. Yet now he finds himself on the edge.

40 in 40: Juan Then, the only Juan

an experiment in prospecting and cloning