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The Mariners’ heartless lineup has caught up with them

Unsurprisingly, a star-free heart of the order has consequences.

Yohan Ramírez is flashing the Paul Sewald thing

Yohan Ramírez, now with strikes!

The Mariners have had a different Diego Castillo

But it shouldn’t be long before Castillo turns it around

The fix is in for Ty France

The fix is having two healthy wrists and a consistent position.

The early returns on Abraham Toro, Seattle Mariner

My how a few weeks can change things

Jarred Kelenic’s swing mechanics are back and he’s not yet in final-form

The swing we’re seeing isn’t brand new, it’s what we expected.

Tyler Anderson lost something

The Mariners may have acquired another version of one of their starting pitchers

Are the Mariners Just Lucky or Actually Good?

A look at the Mariners run differential and their Cluster Luck.

Darren McCaughan is, at worst, interesting

Technically, it’s possible that he’s interesting and not good

Yusei Kikuchi just looked his best and worst

Yusei Kikuchi might be making an adjustment that’s long overdue

Luis Torrens actually made a Triple-A fix

Luis Torrens may soon be like Austin Nola in more ways than one

Consider reconsidering Rafael Montero

This article is sponsored by Rafael Montero.

J.P. Crawford, soft contact, and hitting in 2021

Dejuice deez bloops.

The Mariners cannot trade Mitch Haniger

The July trade deadline feels like a critical intersection for the Seattle Mariners

Let’s talk about Logan Gilbert’s debut

Logan Gilbert has passed the eye test

The Right Stuff Revisited: Another Attempt to Quantify Pitch Quality

Pitching research has advanced by leaps and bounds over the last few years — Stuff+ needs to adapt.

Keynan Middleton has come full circle

The former closer is flashing current closer stuff

Yusei Kikuchi is mixing the old with the new

Kendall Graveman is moonlighting as a relief ace

The former starter is looking like he has closer stuff

Chris Flexen looked the part

Chris Flexen is here to stay, probably

40 in 40: Marco Gonzales

Marco Gonzales’ 2020 was no mirage

Keynan Middleton is exactly the Mariners’ type, sort of

The hard-throwing reliever fits a familiar organizational pattern

Justin Dunn could use a tweak or three

And more likely three.

The Mariners nab RHP Chris Flexen, one of the KBO’s best, on 2-year deal

Chris Flexen hath returned!

2020 Mariners Exit Interviews: Relief Pitchers

Something that cannot be left in 2020 fast enough.

Kendall Graveman Could, and Should, Thrive as a Reliever 

A flamethrower, but with command!

Mariners 2021 Free Agent Target: Kolten Wong

The Cardinals’ trash could be the Mariners’ treasure.

2020 Mariners Exit Interviews: Outfielders

The future is bright. The present was, well, SOME of it was a gift.

2020 Mariners Exit Interviews: Catchers

A quorum of Joes

What will it take to make the 2021 Mariners a playoff team?

The Mariners aren’t backing off their original timeline. How much distance do they need to close?

Justus Sheffield Deserves Your AL ROY Consideration

You’re probably already considering Kyle Lewis

The diverging seasons of Justus Sheffield and Justin Dunn

The rookies entered 2020 with similar goals and weaknesses. They’ve gone in different directions.