Seattle Mariners Offseason Plans
Behind this door is a...nerd. They’re all nerds.
It’s the launch angle revolution and we’re swinging big.
Stepping up from the step-back will require a high-profile success.
What might it look like if the M’s send James Pax-ing to Chavez Ravine?
If the Mariners aren’t going to sign a free agent pitcher, maybe they could trade for one?
Jerry Dipoto has taught us to expect trades, but this offseason could be unlike any other.
If we start a GoFundMe, we might be able to afford (checks notes) five and a half innings of Andrew Romine!
The Mariners need to improve. That’s gonna cost money.
The Mariners have plenty of choices to make. What do YOU think they should do?
The Mariners are in a tough spot. The only way they might be able to get the depth they need involves sacrificing their greatest talent.
It’s like Candyland, if Candyland was made up of numbers and charts
Little things mean a lot
To platoon or not to platoon
In which we lay some groundwork and talk starting pitching
The Marlins have talent but want to cut payroll. The Mariners have room to add payroll and need talent. Let’s make this happen.
The Mariners need prospects. The Yankees have them.
The Nationals attempted to address their poor bullpen down the stretch, but did they do enough?
Their bullpen needs arms. Our bullpen has them.