Colin O'Keefe

  • joined Apr 14, 2010
  • last login Jul 12, 2014
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Editor, Lookout Landing. Digital media editor with LexBlog. Mariners and Packers fan. Runner. University of Montana journalism alum.

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It's time, again, for the M's to get off the mat


This isn't the first time the Mariners have been tested by a rough stretch, but is the first time a challenge like the one they face now looms on the other side of it.

Walker down, Pryor up, rotation set for A's series


The Mariners have demoted Taijuan Walker and promomoted Stephen Pryor in a move aimed at maximizing their starting pitching before the break.


7/5: Open game thread

Felix Hernandez vs. Jose Quintana

M's could get back in the AL West race right now


As nearly everyone has their eyes set on the wild card race, it might be worth looking up and catching a glance at the bigger picture—because over the next two weeks, the Mariners have a chance to get back into the heart of the AL West race.

Jabari Blash's supension hits at the worst time


In the second of two prospect profiles, we spoke to Tacoma Rainiers slugger Jabari Blash—prior to his 50-game suspension.

Down in Tacoma, Ty Kelly is lying in the weeds


You've been talking a lot about Ty Kelly—so we decided to go talk to the man himself. Here's what the Rainiers' super-utility man with the patient eye had to say about his unique approach.

Rounding the corner


I don't know if this is it—but it feels like it.

A complete over-analysis of Jesus Montero's dinger


I'm willing to cling to anything at this point.

In a very familiar game, M's top Padres 5-1


It was a game we've seen all too many times before, a terrible offense getting dominated by a mediocre starter, and blown out by a few timely hits. For once, the Mariners were on the other side of it.

M's hang tough on the road in 3-2 loss at Safeco


The Mariners battled back from an early 2-0 deficit but surrendered the lead late in front of a crowd of mostly Yankees fans.

34-30: Chart




6/10: Open game thread

Better late than never.

M's near top of the league in attendance growth


Fans are slowly starting to return to Safeco. Will you?

Kyle Seager: top-flight offensive third baseman


Kyle Seager is on fire. Recency bias be damned, let's take a look at where Kyle Seager ranks today, offensively, among his peers at the third base position.

Roenis Elias is making it up as he goes


Roenis Elias decided that facing the best 2-3-4 in baseball, with a complete game shutout on the line, was a good time to try out a new trick.

So this is life at .500


Had you told me way back when that this is where the Mariners would be, I would've taken it. But it's more frustrating than I would've thought.

Saunders beats out a tapper as Mariners top Astros


Roenis Elias hangs tough and, though the Mariners made it more difficult than it needed to be, they pulled out a win over the lowly Astros.

23-23: Chart


A tough win against the Astros. Much better than a loss, eh?


5/22: Open game thread

Roenis Elias vs. Jarred Cosart

Reasons for regression


A quick look at two big reasons why the Mariners' offense should improve.


Mariners a finalist for Cuban outfielder

Ken Rosenthal reports today that the Mariners are one of five finalists for the services of Cuban free agent outfielder Daniel Carbonell.

So, did they learn?


The Mariners, once again, are facing a bit of adversity. Now, did they learn from last time? And will they pull out of it quicker?

On Rick Waits' moment in baseball history


It's Mariners pitching coach Rick Waits' birthday. To celebrate, here's how he made one of baseball's most iconic moments possible.

Could the brutal road schedule be a good thing?


Mike Blowers offers up an interesting comment on how the M's' extended road trip may have helped the team off the field.

Iwakuma's great, M's' offense not—still a win


The Mariners only had two hits in the contest, but still pulled out the win. And no, it wasn't a lucky one.

18-16: Chart


Mariners win behind a gem from Hisashi Iwakuma.

M's beat Athletics, move within two games of first


The Mariners won a game like a contender would. They battled through the middle, their relievers hung on and the offense added runs late. Huge win.

16-15: Chart


That's 9 of 11, and your Mariners move into second place in the AL West.


5/6: Open game thread

Roenis Elias vs. Jesse Chavez

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