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Hello everyone and happy Friday! Here’s what’s going on in baseball-land. The Mariners can’t stop hiring former organizational players as minor league coaches, as one-time Mariners utilityman Zach Vincej will manage the Modesto Nuts who announced their 2023 staff yesterday. Seth Mejias-Brean will be another familiar name for Rainiers fans — he’s the hitting coach.
Good morning all! Let’s kick off the weekend with some news from around baseball. Geoff Pontes at Baseball America wrote about what makes Bryce Miller special and why fans should be hyped about his coming MLB debut. ($) Pat Ellington, Jr. continued his series on Black baseball players with...
When the Seattle Mariners first acquired Andrés Muñoz from the Padres he was easily the biggest unknown in the deal, still a long way off from returning from injury and with very little major league experience under his belt. In many ways, baseball is a sport of uncertainty, and of reading between the lines: of asking questions, and seeking answers. As the sport continues to evolve we’ve found more advanced ways of asking these questions, and of answering them. Yet for all the ways we have to track value, and predict it, we will always be left with some unknowns. There will always be what-ifs, uncertainties, and “could have been”. As much as we strive to predict the future of prospects and players at every level, and by extension the team, there is no clearer answer than when we finally get to see results. Nearly two and a half years removed from the deal that brought Muñoz to Seattle, and after a full year of play, he has answered many questions for us with his results.
Whatever the opposite of clickbait is, that’s this article. No, this is your heaping plate of veggies at the off-season Thanksgiving table, your cottage cheese-and-fresh-fruit “health special” at the diner, a nutritionally-dense if less-scintillating post about the capital-M minor moves the Mariners have made this off-season. But with spring training games quickly approaching, most of these players will take the fields in Arizona suited up for your Seattle Mariners, so it’s worth knowing who they are, both for spring training and the future Tacoma Rainiers/Arkansas Travelers/etc. And you never know: one year one of these players was one Paul Sewald, signed to a minors deal and making the leap from Tacoma’s Opening Day starter to fixture in the big-league bullpen.
Hello and welcome back to FanPost Friday. This week we’re going to round up the last couple weeks of Mariners offseason happenings, throw in some polls, and have a good old time. First of all, there are approximately 17(!) days left until pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training....
The whole crew Kate, John and Evan are back with big news. Yes indeed, after big time layoffs, the Podcast will be migrant off of VOX Media/SBN at the end of February. Where will you find the pod after that? We will keep you posted on all the changes as we get them. Next up a smattering of listener questions address the state of the team and the roster fit for one Thomas La Stella. Lastly everyone picks a best and worst offseason in recent Mariners history.