Seattle Mariners Bad News
Despite no testing of the glove, Santiago’s 10-game suspension was delivered by MLB.
The news, it is generally not good
While it is unknown who tested positive, the club will be without several players for at least a few days.
Curse you, Jeimer Candelario
Last episode we talked to Taylor Trammell and had a blast! This was not a similar experience!
Is there a Spotify playlist for this feeling or
you’d better watch your back bielak
the Mariners are the latest to join a troubling trend
It’s never fun seeing players released, but this year it feels especially rough
Mariners reportedly cut ~50 minor leaguers, commit to weekly $400 stipend for remaining MiLB players, add cuts to non-baseball ops staff
Seattle offers some baseline stability for their remaining minor leaguers, but it’s the end of the line for dozens of players and employees.
Per a combination of reports from The Athletic, the Seattle Times, and the Everett Herald, it is all but certain games will either be held in Arizona or in an empty Seattle ballpark.
The Mariners star will likely hit the 60-day IL and hopefully be back closer to mid-season.
The Mariners’ star outfielder will likely miss all of Spring Training and not be ready until a couple weeks into the season.
Tim Beckham suspended for 80 games after positive test for Stanozolol, [UPDATED] Tim Lopes recalled, Brandon Brennan activated
A disappointing end to the season for the SS turned UTIL.
Injuries force the Mariners’ hand on two of their top prospects
the lefty-heavy Seattle rotation gets a little less so
Mariners OF/1B prospect Eric Filia suffers 100-game suspension for third failed test for a drug of abuse
The same sad story, told once again.
And Ryon Healy wins the heated third base position battle
Examining the claims made by each side, and a framework for thinking about the case
The lawsuit has officially been filed, revealing a full list of more specific grievances in Dr. Martin’s claim of wrongful termination.
The trainers named by Dr. Lorena Martin share their story with the media
Ken Rosenthal reports Mariners’ internal email: HR reviewed Dr. Martin’s allegations, found no wrongdoing
Another statement of support for the front office from within the organization, this time from CEO John Stanton.
The Mariners have terminated Dr. Martin’s three-year contract after just a year, and Dr. Martin has alleged racial discrimination
The Mariners’ season is slipping away, but their pricing has been pushing fans out long before.
pain and joy, joy and pain, all in a day’s work being a Mariner fan