A quick trip that was scheduled for Petco Park and Chase Field evolved into a trip for Metallica’s “Big 4” with some baseball as the cherry on top!
The Mariners finished exactly where Jerry Dipoto thought they would: Out of the Playoffs.
As a fan, could it get any worse? I mean really, how much worse can it get? A lot.
Opening Day wasn’t about wins or losses, it was about psychology, and the Mariners started the season the worst way possible: By recognizing the Seattle Seahawks.
At some point, Mariners fans have to step back and realize that they are being conned.
Why the secrecy? Well… because I’m starting to think we have an ugly girlfriend.
Is it “addition by subtraction” or “addition by addition”? In the case of the Seattle Mariners, the answer is clearly both.
The Mariners 11 years without a playoff appearance has decimated fan attendance at Safeco Field, and it will be up to Jack Zduriencik to energize a fanbase this offseason.
Where is everybody? What’s holding you as Mariners fans back from coming to the game? Is it the team?
When did Opening Day become “just another game”, when it should be a holiday?
Opening Day was everything it should have been except for one thing, well two if you count the loss: It wasn’t full!
As far as Yankees fans and their media is concerned, Michael Pineda is a bust.