Seattle Mariners Offseason Plans
The Mariners are spoiling an opportunity, not their fans
When the hare thinks it’s the tortoise, things can go wrong in a hurry.
The Mariners can improve the easy way or the hard way
Seattle has been coy about their goals for improving this winter. Is that tactical opacity or troubling tepidness?
You’ve made it awkward for the Mariners to sign Carlos Correa
It’s you. Hi. You’re the problem, it’s you.
The Mariners are in the market for one Kevin Gausman
Kevin Gausman may carry less risk than one might think
Can the Mariners spend their way to success?
This winter, it might take a little more than money
Let’s cook up a hot and sexy trade proposal for Bryan Reynolds
Bryan Reynolds could make for the Mariners’ first splash of the offseason
Seattle Mariners 2021-22 offseason: What they have, what they need, what fans want
An off-season preview overview review we view.
Mariners 2022 Free Agent Target: OF Seiya Suzuki
The best position player in Japan is coming stateside. Seattle appears interested, and they should be.
Mariners 2022 Free Agent Target: Trevor Story
Story represents perhaps the greatest fit of this star-studded shortstop class
Mariners 2022 Free Agent Target: Yan Gomes
A splashy move? Absolutely not. A shrewd, floor-raising move? Probably!
Mariners 2021 Free Agent Target: Marcus Semien
Some greenbacks could could move the longtime A’s shortstop from Kelly Green to Northwest Green.
Kyle Seager isn’t untradeable anymore
The Mariners don’t need to move their venerable 3B, but the hot corner market is full of buyers for the first time in years.
Mariners 2021 Free Agent Target: Corey Kluber
Okay, hear me out here: Mariners ace, Corey Kluber.
Mariners 2021 Free Agent Target: Ha-seong Kim
There aren’t many position player splashes to be found this winter. But this KBO wunderkind would be one.
Who will be the Mariners’ FA pitcher mystery date?
Behind this door is a...nerd. They’re all nerds.
Matching the Mariners with potential salary dump trades, Pt. II
It’s the launch angle revolution and we’re swinging big.
The Mariners should make Chris Archer their Justin Verlander
Stepping up from the step-back will require a high-profile success.
Curating the Perfect Mariners Offseason
Behold! The new cast members for Seattle Night Live: Season 44
Finding a Fit for Carlos Santana
The Mariners’ new first baseman is easily the best the Mariners have had in years. They should probably trade him.
The Dodgers make the most sense as a James Paxton trade target
What might it look like if the M’s send James Pax-ing to Chavez Ravine?
Trading for high-risk, high-reward starting pitching
If the Mariners aren’t going to sign a free agent pitcher, maybe they could trade for one?
The official Mariners’ offseason trade value vs. trade likelihood matrix
Jerry Dipoto has taught us to expect trades, but this offseason could be unlike any other.
Exploring the Mariners’ options in the relief pitcher free agent pool
Look, I know we’ve seen this go catastrophically, but starting pitchers are going extinct
Mariners Free Agent Targets: Charlie Morton
The rotation doesn’t need a ton more, just Morton.
Peeking Ahead: Projecting the Mariners’ Payroll in 2019
If we start a GoFundMe, we might be able to afford (checks notes) five and a half innings of Andrew Romine!
What do the Mariners need most this offseason if they hope to contend?
The Mariners need to improve. That’s gonna cost money.