Nathan Bishop

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Mariners dance on high wire, fall, break leg


The Mariners played another excruciating coin flip game and came out on the short end against should be Mariner Bartolo Colon.

53-47: Unfamiliar Mariners lose, familiarly


53-47: Unfamiliar Mariners lose, familiarly

53-47: Chart


Mariners bats SUDDENLY go silent, lose game.


7/22: Open Game Thread

Erasmo Ramirez vs. Jacob deGrom

Analyzing the Return: Steve Shields


Dick Balderson's 1st big deal will be heavily scrutinized. We look at a potential hidden gem.

The Yankees: A preponderance of pomposity


Robinson Cano is returning to Yankee Stadium as an opponent playing for that one team that plays way out there ya know?

The future of Mariner promotions


Humble suggestions for ways to fill up Safeco and rake in the dough

Failure approaching


In last night's miserable game the Mariners were undone by a group of hitters giving away at bats.

Mike Zunino's spectacular nothing


The best part of last night's Mariner game was a foul ball.

A few thoughts on Brad Miller


The Mariners next start player has had an up and down first 10% of the season. Let's take a look.

Mariners turn Arlington into Safeco, not that way


Here was a baseball game worthy of a recap of the following quality.

7-6: Chart


Mariners take solemn vow of bat silence to honor Taijuan Walker

Mike Zunino: 1st trimester report card


The Mariners young catcher is an intriguing hodge podge of tools. We take a (slightly) deeper look.

Felix Hernandez and the eternal flame


Felix Hernandez opens his season at Safeco and we all get to be part of something great.

Balancing the scales


Luck and randomness are an excruciatingly large part of baseball. The Mariners have already experienced both sides of the coin this year.

Memories of Safeco


What moments in Safeco Field mean the most to you?

Abraham Almonte: Doer of things


The Mariners lead off hitter and center fielder is going to do a lot of stuff and he is going to do it quite quickly.

Poll: Withstanding success


Small Sample Size if the theater of fools. Have you joined them?

Poll: The 2014 Seattle Mariners


It's Opening Day. Gorge yourself on baseball.

Poll: Get Hype


TGIFBOD (Thank God it's Friday before Opening Day)

Poll: %#$@ the heck, Mariners?


In which we try determine how many bees are actively buzzing in the Mariners' bonnet.

Poll: Projecting Sergio


Brad Miller comin'

Poll: April's Rotation


If the Mariners are to survive the first month of the season it will be done while giving quite a few starts to below average pitchers. But WHICH below average starting pitchers should they use?

Poll: Optimal Outfield


The Mariners outfield is a mess, perhaps even a hot one. Let's see how you would shake it out.

Poll: The Robinson Cano Offseason


When it happened we all wondered "what's next". Now, we look back and appraise.

Poll: At what cost Ervin Santana?


The Mariners need starting pitching. Hey Ervin Santana is a pitcher. Maybe they should call him?

A poll on Robinson Cano, Mariner 2nd baseman.


The Mariners have sucked us all through the Stargate to another world, and we must now react to our new environs.

The first words of Skippers past


Lloyd McClendon says hello to Seattle today. How have recent Mariner managers done the same?

70-89: The joyous 2013 of Hisashi Iwakuma


Mariners have now played well in two, TWO consecutive game.

70-89: Chart


A game that was an oddly and disconcertingly thorough pleasure to watch from beginning to end.

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