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Mariners Corner: A Familiar Face

April 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Instead of writing another addition of Mariners Corner, I should be finishing my break-down of the New York Yankees, in my AL East preview. But even sports writers procrastinate.

Rather than fulfill my Not in HD baseball writing obligations, I instead feel compelled to spend my time concentrating on the Pacific Northwest tonight. Specifically, on the tug of inspiration I experienced while watching one of Seattle’s prized young arms dissect the Oakland A’s, out-dueling 22-year-old phenom, Brett Anderson in the process. Read more…

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The Greatest Lineup Ever Created

April 26, 2009 Leave a comment

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MLB fans love to engage in debates that cannot be won. Two discussions immediately come to mind, the Hall of Fame argument (who’s in, who’s out) and the game’s greatest pitcher of all-time.

(At one point the greatest player of all-time question appeared to be brawled over nearly as frequently, but that was before the knuckle-headed Willie Mays backers realized just how asinine it would be to deny someone who is in both the greatest hitter and pitcher of all-time conversations of having that award.)

I’m here to present a third; the All-History Team. Read more…

Trevor Hoffman Wants To Play Slow-Pitch Baseball For Your Team

January 7, 2009 3 comments

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Trevor Hoffman might actually be creating a small scale bidding war between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Los Angeles Dodgers.   Read more…