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Our Favorite 2018 Mariners First-Half Moments

Our Favorite 2018 Mariners First-Half Moments

It’s been an action-packed season already, and we’re only halfway through Unfortunate belly-flop into the All-Star Break aside, the 2018 Mariners have offered us some gobsmacking, jaw-dropping fun so far in the first half of the season. From wild walk-offs to dominant pitching performances to the human GIF machine that is Dee Gordon, not to mention the thrilling #SendSegura campaign that left the thumbs of M’s fans too bruised even for the team’s signature thumbs up move, the Mariners have already collected a heap of fun moments to be replied on cold Mariner Mondays on ROOT this...
Lookout Landing Jul 13, 2018
Mariners burn bullpen, Andrew Romine in 11-2 slog

Mariners burn bullpen, Andrew Romine in 11-2 slog

well then Worst game of the year? Well... I can’t say I can think of another off the top of my head. Things actually started out okay, with Dee Gordon legging out an infield hit and reaching second on an errant scoop from Tyler Skaggs. While a Jean Segura popout and Mitch Haniger strikeout had the bats quickly on the ropes, Nelson Cruz worked a walk, and Kyle Seager lined a base hit through the shift to score Dee. Skaggs would bear down to turn away Ryon Healy on strikes, but the M’s made him labor for 27 pitches. With the Big Maple taking the mound against an Angels...
Lookout Landing Jul 10, 2018
7/10: Open Game Thread

7/10: Open Game Thread

The one where Jean Segura goes 6-for-6 Today marks the beginning of a six-game road-trip against the Angels and the Rockies. It’s the last stretch of games the Mariners will have before the All-Star break, a break they need badly. If you missed it, Félix Hernández is officially on the disabled list with a sore back. Between Félix and the various Mariners nursing minor injuries like Dee Gordon, Mitch Haniger, the Mariners are pretty banged up. Hopefully they’re able to at least split this six-game stretch without anyone else hurting themselves. With the red-hot Athletics starting to...
Lookout Landing Jul 7, 2018
7/7: Open Game Thread

7/7: Open Game Thread

The one where the Mariners score more than one run I would say that I hope today’s game is more enjoyable than last night’s, but that seems like a pretty low bar. From Dee Gordon suffering a minor injury to Mitch Haniger not being in the lineup to multiple TOOTBLANs, there wasn’t lot that went well for the M’s. Today sees James Paxton take the hill against the Rockies as the Mariners try to keep pace against the class of the AL. Today's Lineups COLORADO ROCKIES SEATTLE MARINERS DJ LeMahieu - 2B Jean Segura - SS Charlie Blackmon - CF Mitch Haniger - RF Nolan Arenado...
Lookout Landing Jul 6, 2018
FanPost Friday: What is the best catch you’ve ever seen in person?

FanPost Friday: What is the best catch you’ve ever seen in person?

Besides catching Mariners Fever, of course Last night, Dee Gordon pulled off a flying stab of a catch up the middle that ended any chance the Angels had of rallying a comeback. Dee is magic. #TrueToTheBlue pic.twitter.com/QcIkzpU6rI— Mariners (@Mariners) July 6, 2018 Dee, how would you rate that catch? .gif by Connor Donovan I agree! Two very enthusiastic thumbs WAY up! (Editor’s note: STOP THE PRESSES, MY FRIEND JUST SENT ME THIS!!!!) Okay, here’s this week’s FanPost Friday prompt: What is the best catch you’ve ever seen in person? Fellow olds, did...
Lookout Landing Jul 6, 2018
56-32: Chart

56-32: Chart

Easy does it Dee Gordon, Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger, Nelson Cruz, Kyle Seager, Denard Span, Guillermo Heredia, Ben Gamel, Mike Zunino, Chris Herrmann, Davis Freitas, Marco Gonzales, James Paxton, Félix Hernández, Mike Leake, Wade LeBlanc, Álex Colomé, Edwin Díaz, Andrew Romine, James Pazos, Chasen Bradford, Nick Rumbelow, Ryon Healy, Nick Vincent, Roenis Elias, and Juan Nicasio: Marco Gonzales (0.227 WPA) Mike Trout and 24 jabronies: Kyle Seager (-0.126 WPA)
Lookout Landing Jul 1, 2018
7/1/2018: Open Game Thread

7/1/2018: Open Game Thread

Ju-Ju-Julio! Welcome back! You may be experiencing some time traveling sickness after last night, so feel free to grab some starches and Pedialyte for the second Sweepsmas in the past four days. It’s also Nelson Cruz’s 38th birthday! It’s ALSO Canada Day! Unfortunately, with the Mariners reverting to more contemporary colors, we’ll sadly see Dee Gordon’s hat perform a 180 instead of further celebration. Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports The best. Odds are good the Mariners’ performance will not fade, however. James Paxton toes the rubber for the M’s...
The Seattle Times Jun 30, 2018
Mariners get in the spirit for second Turn Ahead The Clock Night

Mariners get in the spirit for second Turn Ahead The Clock Night

Mitch Haniger and Ben Gamel did their own artwork a few hours before first pitch Saturday, using a can of metallic Rust-Oleum spray paint to add a new shine to their cleats for the Turn Ahead The Clock Night uniforms. Dee Gordon’s white cleats, decorated with stripes of metallic and burgundy, might have undergone the […]
Lookout Landing Jun 29, 2018
Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/29/18: James Paxton, Rafael Palmeiro, and Race to Alaska

Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/29/18: James Paxton, Rafael Palmeiro, and Race to Alaska

The team swept the Orioles, they’ll be back at Safeco tonight, and all is right with the world While Ders is away (on a late night bus somewhere through central-ish Oregon), the editors will play! The M’s are back in town for a nine game homestead, and sure it’s nice that we’re done with the Yankees and the Red Sox (in the regular season) but the big gift is that Mariners fans don’t need to watch the Orioles suffer through baseball again until September. Happy Friday indeed. Dee Gordon all day, every day pic.twitter.com/YIaGuD4MOj— Lookout Landing (@LookoutLanding) June 28,...
The Seattle Times Jun 28, 2018
As one cog, Nelson Cruz, returns to the lineup, Mariners lose another in Kyle Seager

As one cog, Nelson Cruz, returns to the lineup, Mariners lose another in Kyle Seager

A day after hitting a home run to force extra innings, Kyle Seager was out of the Mariners' lineup with the same ailment that forced Dee Gordon onto the disabled list earlier this season.
Lookout Landing Jun 26, 2018
Mariners return to their old tricks, win 3-2

Mariners return to their old tricks, win 3-2

back on that one-run magic The Orioles and the Red Sox are separated by an ocean of talent. The latter is inarguably one of the three best teams in baseball, can punish pitchers up and down the lineup, and boasts a formidable pitching staff anchored by this era’s Randy Johnson. The former... well, let’s just say that Manny Machado’s batting average is higher than his team’s winning percentage. Man, is it so much less stressful to play against these guys. Dee Gordon and Jean Segura drove up Kevin Gausman’s pitch count right out of the gate, seeing seven pitches each. While Segura...
The Seattle Times Jun 26, 2018
American League All-Star voting update: Nelson Cruz joins four other Mariners in the positional rankings

American League All-Star voting update: Nelson Cruz joins four other Mariners in the positional rankings

Dee Gordon, Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger and Ben Gamel gained no ground in the voting rankings at their respective positions.
Lookout Landing Jun 21, 2018
46-29: Chart

46-29: Chart

oh yeah this is how a losing streak feels Not getting swept through the first eleven weeks of the season: Chasen Bradford, +.096 WPA Getting swept now: Dee Gordon, -.181 WPA
Lookout Landing Jun 20, 2018
46-28: Chart

46-28: Chart

Oh no, oh no, oh no Doing this to other teams: Dee Gordon (0.150 WPA) Comeuppance: Ryan Cook (-0.356 WPA)
The Seattle Times Jun 19, 2018
Jean Segura, Ben Gamel are the latest Mariners to join the All-Star voting updates

Jean Segura, Ben Gamel are the latest Mariners to join the All-Star voting updates

Mitch Haniger moved up ninth in outfield voting while Dee Gordon remained third at second base.

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