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On July 5, in the 10th inning of a 2-2 game against the Oakland Athletics, Franklin Gutierrez and Brendan Ryan scored to give the Seattle Mariners a 4-2 victory and a.
Chances are about 70% of our updates for the next week and a half are going to involve Kate Upton in a baseball cap, so here's another one, but at least this one has a moral.
"Hard to be humble when you're stuntin' on a Jumbotron.
CNBC: "Kevin Zelko likes to think of himself as a smarter beer vendor.
Either Cliff Lee constantly smells like farts and vinegar or he is just a terrible person, because the former Indians, Phillies, and current Mariners pitcher seems to move more than Travis Henry's sperm.
Despite being the backup catcher of the Seattle Mariners, Jason Phillips is just an ordinary guy.
In a perfect world, our favorite athletes would play forever. They cause us to think unrealistically and give us an escape from reality, and we love that about them. Especially superstars who played an integral part in your childhood. You grow up wanting to emulate them knowing your best backyard heroics pale in comparison to what they do in front of millions seemingly every night. Ken Griffey, Jr. was one of those athletes.
This story has been floating around the Internet for a couple days, but this is the first we've seen of the audio and video cut together: on Sunday, Mike Blowers, the Mariners' former third baseman who now calls M's games for Seattle's KIRO with Hall of Fame announcer Dave Niehaus, predicted before the game that rookie Matt Tuiasosopo would hit his first major league home run.
It's bizarre how "Achilles' heel" came to be part of the medical lexicon, with the name of the large tendon running down the back of the leg to the heel now named for the legend of the Ancient Greek.
That hipster moan you heard in the greater New York City area yesterday was Ufford enjoying the return of Ken Griffey's return to the Mariners in his own special way.
Conventional "baseball" wisdom says that the American League is the better league.
Reversing course on what seemed like a done deal with the Braves, Ken Griffey Jr instead opted to return to the Seattle Mariners, signing a one-year deal worth everything in the world to me $2 million, plus incentives.
I usually don't write about being "happy" or "liking" things, but the word of Ken Griffey Jr's imminent return to the Seattle Mariners -- pending a physical this weekend -- is making me feel.
Two sports, two big trades: the Mets acquired J.
The city of Seattle has approved a request to open a Deja Vu strip club across the street from Safeco Field, despite the Mariners' attempt to block it.