Tag: Seattle Mariners

Wilson Ramos

Trade Deadline Winners: Mariners, Phillies, Dodgers and Indians

Playing quick Statis-Pro baseball games to track the current season (current standings and updates here) gives a quick read on which teams benefited the most and were hurt the most by July trades through the July 31 midnight deadline. The following rates the impact of trades on each team based on the team acquiring a GREAT Statis-Pro player card (+5) and in turn a (-5) for the team that lost the player.

Adrian Beltre

Power Ranger: Quiet Adrián Beltré Marches Loudly Towards Cooperstown

This week Adrián Beltré collected his historic 3000th hit when he smoked a double against Baltimore. The Texas Rangers slugger is one of only 31 players to reach this plateau. But, a closer look at how Beltré got here shows he is in a class all by himself.

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Rays and Mariners Swap 6 Players in 1st Significant Trade of Offseason

SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays have completed the first significant trade of the offseason, a six-player swap that sends infielder Brad Miller, first baseman Logan Morrison and pitcher Danny Farquhar to Tampa Bay for pitchers Nathan Karns and C.J. Riefenhauser, and minor league outfielder Boog Powell.

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Baseball Is Back: M’s, Nats, Dodgers Strong; ChiSox, Jays, Mets Dark Horses

The grand-old game returns with all the makings of a very interesting season. While most agree the Nationals, Dodgers, and Mariners should be pretty darn good, and the Phillies, Diamondbacks, and Rangers should be, well, pretty darn bad, a slew of teams present a huge spectrum of possibilities.