Memorial Day has arrived and it’s readily apparent the Seattle Mariners are facing an uphill climb to have any chance of competing for a playoff berth in 2022. What will it take for the Mariners to get back on trackFULL STORY

Marco Gonzales Mariners

With Memorial Day upon us, it’s fair to say the 2022 season as a disappointment for the Seattle Mariners and its beleaguered fan base. Instead of battling at the top of the AL West division, Seattle is just a gameFULL STORY

Kyle Lewis Seattle Mariners

It’s Memorial Day and the Seattle Mariners aren’t living up to preseason expectations – far from it. The club that won 90 games last season is closer to the AL West division cellar than first place with approximately one-third ofFULL STORY

When Jarred Kelenic made his MLB debut in May 2021, expectations ran high for a prospect commonly viewed as one of the best in baseball. For many Seattle Mariners fans, Kelenic represented the future. A foundational piece capable of transformingFULL STORY

ÅFor a segment of frustrated Seattle Mariners fans, the 2022 season is slipping away. The team is unable to consistently score runs and is already falling behind in the AL West. In the eyes of the jaded, this is nothingFULL STORY

“It’s early.” Words often uttered by nerds like me when statistics are the basis of praise or criticism heaped upon teams and players just a few weeks into a new baseball season. The default reply from this seam-head when confrontedFULL STORY

With Opening Day upon us, there’s a buzz surrounding the Seattle Mariners that hasn’t existed for far too long. Credit an exhilarating 90-win campaign last year, the offseason addition of proven big-leaguers, plus the arrival of promising young players likeFULL STORY

For a second consecutive offseason, the Houston Astros have lost a top-25 player in MLB without adding a proven replacement. Does this loss signal the beginning of the end for an organization that’s reached five consecutive AL Championship Series? OrFULL STORY

Last year, the Los Angeles Angels continued a pattern of mediocrity that’s become commonplace over six consecutive losing seasons. With Opening Day upon us, we should consider whether Angels management has built a roster capable of winning. First, let’s reflectFULL STORY

After a difficult 2021, the Texas Rangers pivoted this offseason making headline-grabbing roster upgrades. Did the Rangers do enough to contend this year? Where are the potential holes keeping the club from returning to the postseason? We’ll consider these questionsFULL STORY

Frankie Montas

It’s been turbulent times for Oakland Athletics fans. Since the MLB lockout ended last month, the organization has offloaded some its most recognizable and best players. Although roster maneuvering is still ongoing, we should attempt to look at what kindFULL STORY

Signing Cy Young Award winner Robbie Ray this offseason was a major accomplishment for the Seattle Mariners. But Seattle wants to reach the postseason in 2022 and could still use another established arm to elevate and stabilize its starting rotation. CouldFULL STORY

Most free agent position players linked to the Seattle Mariners this offseason have two things in common. A strong offensive résumé and the ability to play second base and/or third base. Kris Bryant, Trevor Story, Marcus Semien, and Javier BáezFULL STORY