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Julio Augustus led the M’s towards October, but September is swinging his MVP case

The M’s superstar is trying to drag an inconsistent offense to water, but he can’t make it drink.

It just hasn’t gotten better for Ty France

Hitting is hard. Getting hit makes it harder.

All that glitters is Justin Topaz

The cut gem of the 2023 Mariners bullpen.

Best case/worst case scenarios for each of the players acquired in the Paul Sewald trade

What to hope for, and what to accept, from the trio of players coming in return from Arizona

The Mariners are hitting the fastball, but teams aren’t giving it to them

They are in it to win it but their opponents are in it to spin it.

Teoscar Hernández isn’t going streaking

Mostly because streakers end up getting banned from the stadiums and that’s not a good idea for someone who earns his living there

Eugenio Suárez is doing just fine

Despite a flickering power display so far, Seattle’s good vibes king has continued to bring steady defense and quietly solid on-base skills, and a recent mechanical change could pay dividends soon.

We’re seeing the best version of J.P. Crawford: Part III

Number three on his back; number one in our hearts

We’re seeing the best version of J.P. Crawford: Part II

J.P. Crawford’s never been a better baserunner

We’re seeing the best version of J.P. Crawford: Part I

J.P. Crawford’s never been a better hitter

About Last Night: Julio’s cold start feels worse than it is

Julio Rodríguez is still that guy

Andrés Muñoz’s new sinker might be just what he needed

What to expect in the bombero’s imminent return from the IL

The Mariners are stuck in the no-big-fly-zone

I believe in Jarred Kelenic

It’s a long winter—we can all have a little Jarred hopium, as a treat

T-Mobile Park is the hardest place in MLB to hit again - especially if you hit it perfectly

Seattle’s reputation as an extreme pitcher’s park had softened for a while, but it’s back with a vengeance.

Luis Castillo and George Kirby are the Mariners’ best hopes

Seattle’s odds are long. They’ve got the best horses lined up for the journey.

Los Bomberos are a policy success

Seattle’s newly coined bullpen unit has earned a nickname, for their individual successes and their collective ones.

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.

The way Luis Castillo dominates may look mighty familiar to Mariners fans

The longtime Reds ace is obviously great, but the way he’s thrived this year is uniquely in keeping with what Seattle prizes.

Why the Mariners’ remaining strength of schedule matters

Everything’s coming up... Mariners?

Marco Gonzales is having a record-breaking season

He can’t keep getting away with this (unless he can)

Julio Rodríguez is following in the right footsteps

Very few Mariners rookies have played like Rodríguez has thus far. You’ve probably heard of them.

The Mariners Offense Is Seriously Underperforming

A look at the early season struggles of the Mariners offense.

We’re not making s&%^ up about Jarred Kelenic’s stance

Trying to make sense of the 22-year-old’s early struggles.

Logan Gilbert is keeping his word about changing things up

Greater commitment to his cambio is changing the game.

Ty France is the same as ever, yet new and improved

The Mariners’ best hitter in the early going is showing the potential of full health.

Here’s what to expect from Matt Brash

The Mariners’ rookie is set to make his regular season debut, and he’s likely to dazzle

Drew Steckenrider was for real, maybe is for real

Steckenrider will look to repeat success with a precarious approach

40 in 25: Logan Gilbert

Logan Gilbert will look to enjoy the sophomore bump

40 in 25: Jesse Winker

Wink me up before you go go

40 in 25: Eugenio Suárez

The recently acquired former All-Star will look to return to his 2018 form

What PECOTA tells us about the 2022 Mariners

There’s agitation in the rotation.