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New Mariners General Manager Jerry Dipoto’s Major Trade History and Grades

Unlike his predecessor, new Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto has previous experience as a top decision-maker (for lack of a better term) in a major league front office. Dipoto presided over the Arizona Diamondbacks for a short spell as Read More

Detroit Tigers: Time for Dave Dombrowski to Pull His Usual Trade Deadline Magic

With the news that the Detroit Tigers are in fact not going to be sellers, its once again time for general manager Dave Dombrowski to pull is standard trade deadline magic. The Tigers need the help, and thankfully, Dombrowski is Read More

Players the Tigers Should Target at the Trade Deadline: Tyler Clippard and Scott Kazmir

With the baseball season reaching its annual All-Star break, things aren’t exactly ginger-peachy in the Motor City. The win-now Detroit Tigers own a .500 record at 44-44 and are nine games out of first place. Given the Tigers’ recent track Read More

Detroit Tigers Remaining Schedule Without Miguel Cabrera

With Miguel Cabrera missing what will amount to six weeks, here’s a look at the Tigers upcoming schedule over those six weeks. (RELATED: Miguel Cabrera Replacements). After taking two of three against the Blue Jays, the Tigers travel to Seattle Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 3-1 Loss vs the Tampa Bay Rays

13 The number of strikeouts by Mariners hitters. The M’s were at it again with the strikeouts—Brad Miller was the only starter not to strikeout at least once. One The number of Seattle hitters with more than one base hit. Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 2-1 Win vs the Tampa Bay Rays

Four The number of strikeouts by the M’s as a team. See, good things happen when you limit your strikeouts. Zero The number of runs allowed by Carson Smith, who earned his first save of the season and his career. Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 1-0 Loss vs the Tampa Bay Rays

Six The number of hits allowed by Mariners starter J.A. Happ. The veteran lefty pitched well, but didn’t receive any runs support. He also struck out six batters in seven innings while only walking one Ray, Logan Forsythe. One The Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 2-1 Loss to the Tampa Bay Rays

Nine The number of strikeouts by the M’s in the game. It’s slightly less of an eye-sore, but still an eye-sore nonetheless. Robinson Cano, Mark Trumbo and Brad Miller all led the way with two punch-outs each. Six of the Read More