Piazza, Griffey Set For Induction (AUDIO)
This weekend is a big one for New Yorkers as it is the annual induction ceremony at the Baseball Hall of Fame: Set to be inducted this year are Mike Piazza and Ken Griffey Jr.
Piazza will go into the Hall as a Met and owner of the most home runs ever at the catcher position...
The Best of His Time
Despite the fact that Armen and Levack like to make fun of me and say it didn't happen, I grew up in Seattle. I lived there for six years. It was ages one to six.
It wasn't the longest time. But they were my most formative years.
It's where I learned to love baseball...
Reports: Cano Wants Back in New York
I go away for a weekend...and this happens. You know that I'm a Mariners fan and this is not music to my ears.
That said, it's pretty interesting:
Let's peel back the layers here:
1. The Mariners were pretty good in Cano's first year, missing the playoffs by a mere game...
On the Market
The on-field action is over, but the hot stove action is heating up.
And now, the Yankees are reportedly talking about Brett Gardner in trades, specifically with the Seattle Mariners, according to the New York Post.
As a Mariners fan, I love the idea of acquiring Gardner - just as many Yankee fans wou…
Iwakuma Throws No-No as M's Beat Orioles
Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma tossed the fifth no-hitter in Seattle Mariners history on Wednesday as the M's beat the Orioles 3-0 at Safeco Field.
Iwakuma was brilliant from start to finish, using his sinker and breaking stuff to induce ground balls and strikeouts...
Lloyd McClendon Loses It
Last night, the Yankees beat the Mariners, 5-3, in 11 innings. It was another crushing loss for the Mariners, who blew a 2-1 lead with 2 outs in the ninth inning.
The lone bright spot for the night when it was all said and done was this moment from the third inning...
Teixeira's Slam Powers Yanks Past M's
Mark Teixeira hit a grand slam off Felix Hernandez and Michael Pineda pitched into the seventh inning as the Yankees beat the Mariners, 7-2, on a damp night in Seattle.
After breezing through the first three innings, Hernandez hit trouble in the Yanks' half of the fourth when he appeared to not …
My Least Favorite Days of the Year
Sure, the players change. The positions in the standings change. The years change. But it doesn't matter.
I still hate these days.
The days that I, the exiled-to-the-Northeast Mariners fan have to watch my team host the Yankees.
I don't hate the Yankees...
Your Favorite Athletes Not on Your Favorite Teams
Only one non-Seattle athlete has really cracked the mold: Allen Iverson.
Quite frankly: If you are an athlete that doesn't have a tie to Seattle, I haven't had much time for you historically.
Ken Griffey Jr. is my all-time favorite athlete, Edgar Martinez, Jay Buhner, Ichiro, Felix Hern…
How I Feel About A-Rod's Milestone
I'm mad at myself. Like, really mad at myself. I'm mad at myself for not being mad at A-Rod's 661st homer. I'm mad at myself for not hating A-Rod like I used to.
It just doesn't feel right.
It was the year 2000. I was 11 years old...
Little Kid Throws Foul Ball Back (Video)
I've never gotten a foul ball at a major league baseball game. I think I got two at a Tri-City ValleyCats game, and I think I got two when I went to California and saw the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
It's a thrill I've been wanting my whole life...
Robinson Cano's Bonehead Play (VIDEO)
Robinson Cano is one of the best players in baseball, but on Wednesday night, he committed one of the most bonehead baseball plays I've ever seen.
With the Mariners trailing 5-2 against the Dodgers, Cano was at 3rd base with Nelson Cruz on 2nd...

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