The Seattle Mariners are the 2018 Cinderella story for Major League Baseball…or their luck is due to run out and they should get every prospect they can now before it all comes crashing down.
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They’re contracts. They’re bad. They’re bad contracts and Scott Fendley’s calling them out.Read more
After seemingly being stuck in neutral for many seasons, the Mariners almost made the playoffs in 2014 thanks to a late surge backed by a tremendous pitching staff and good seasons from Kyle Seager and Robinson Cano.Read more
The 1970 California Angels were one of the franchise’s better squads. They finished 86-76 on the year, in third place behind Minnesota, but as those Twins seemed to be aging 1971 looked like a contending year.Read more
Yes, Oakland lost Carney Lansford to retirement, Walt Weiss to expansion, and Harold Baines, Mike Moore and Dave Stewart to free agency. But there was still optimism in 1993 in LaRussa land.Read more
When Dick Allen played in 1972, the White Sox were 83-65. When he broke his leg in 1973, the White Sox were 37-32 and just one game behind Oakland. Here’s 1974, and Allen is healthy, and the South Siders made a big move.Read more