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Mariners face familiar foe, fail to focus, fall 7-4 to Rangers

well, they can’t all be winners

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62-53: Chart

just was not our day

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8/13/22: Open Rally Thread

The Mariners have been losing this game since the half inning after the pigeon was shown on the broadcast. Coincidence? Probably.

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8/13/22: Open Game Thread Three

The Mariners lose the lead as Marco does his best Dane Dunning impression

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8/13/22: Open Game Thread Two

Scoring early is good, actually

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8/13/22: Open Game Thread

Another series win is in reach

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Remembering Tim Cantu

We love you. We miss you.

Mariners Social Media Spotlight: Tucker the Clubhouse Pup, Soloman Bates, and an Elaine Benes Dance-off

Some stuff!

Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/13/22: Prelander Berroa, Ken Giles, and Fernando Tatis, Jr.

The Padres’ playoff hopes took a big hit yesterday.

The Seattle Mariners assemble a complete team, for a clear victory of the Texas Rangers

I know the pieces fit, because I watched them fall in place.

62-52: Chart

Juliooooo has returned with flair!

8/12/22: Open Game Thread Part Four

8/12/22: Game Thread, Part Three

8/12/22: Open Game Thread Part Two

8/12/22: SEA at TEX Open Game Thread

Welcome back, Julio!

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FanPost Friday: Guess who’s back, back again? Julio’s back, tell a friend

It’s Friday, Julio Rodríguez returns to the lineup tonight, and the Mariners are past the toughest stretch of their schedule. Let’s hit those polls!

A Rangy Affair: Mariners (61-52) at Rangers (49-62) Series Preview

The schedule has eased. Can Seattle capitalize?

Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/12/22: Luis Castillo, Edwin Díaz, and Alex Bregman

Mariners baseball returns at last.

Julio Rodríguez and Curt Casali activated as Mariners near full health

Luis Torrens is DFA’d and Jarred Kelenic is returned to Triple-A Tacoma.

Join us for the first annual Tim Cantu MemoriaLL SoftbaLL Game on August 27

The time has come again for internet friends and strangers to gather and play a clumsy game of softbaLL

“You need the Sam Haggertys of the world to have a successful baseball season”

And what a successful season Haggerty is having - especially against the Yankees

8/11/22: Open Scoreboard Watching Thread

The M’s may be idle, but the baseball world sure isn’t!

Penn Murfee is serving up gyros and punchouts

A discussion with and dissection of the approach and repertoire of the M’s rookie bullpen standout.

Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/11/22: Harry Ford, Vaughn Grissom, and Al Avila

The Tigers make a major change mid-season, and more news on a Mariners off-day.

The Seattle Mariners pass a vital test, overcoming the Yankees in a crucial series win

The Seattle Mariners are a team built of heroes

61-52: Chart

David defeats goliath. Mariners beat Yankees. You gotta love baseball.

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8/10/22, NYY aat SEA, Game Threads & Info

Happy totals.

About Last Night: The ace we’ve been waiting for

Luis Castillo is that dude

Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/10/22: Chris Sale’s wrist, Tim Anderson’s middle finger, and Serena Williams

Injuries keep piling up league-wide.

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8/9/22, NYY at SEA, Game Threads and Info

Your threads, recap, and chart all in one convenient place

Big night for Mariners named Luis as Castillo and Torrens defeat Yankees, 1-0

Mariners get ace-level performance from Castillo, jack (squat) from offense, defeat Yankees anyway, 1-0

60-52: Chart


Lookout Landing Podcast 197: The Beast From The East

Sea Us Summarize: Mariners week in review 8/2-8/8

A flurry of dingers, Luis Castillo’s debut, the return of Mitch and a PUPPY

Midshipmen’s Log 8/9/22: Nuts sink Ports, Travs split a series, AquaSox struggle, Rainiers pen a series W

The Nuts are hot

There’s something dynamic about Cal Raleigh and Jarred Kelenic

The way a few Mariners are hitting suggests better times to come, per a nifty little metric called dynamic hard hit rate (DHH%).

Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/9/22: Franmil Reyes, Matt Carpenter, and Elly De La Cruz

The Mariners injury carousel continues to spin.

Yankees remind Mariners they’re a few stars shy of their constellation

A 9-4 thumping is about right for the M’s against these Yankees for their relative performances.