7:28 PM EDT, Fri July 31, 2015
Seattle Times Jul 23, 2015

Mariners’ Kyle Seager eager to atone for bad game

DETROIT — Kyle Seager wasn’t going to spend an entire afternoon stewing in the dugout. There was only way to rid the memory of his failures Wednesday night, and that was play Thursday afternoon. After making two errors in one inning and having less than Seager-like night at the plate in Wednesday’s 9-4 loss to […]
Lookout Landing Jul 23, 2015

Tigers Manage© themselves out of victory in 2-3 Mariners win

Seager hit a dinger, Bobbles scored some runs, and it was all just a bucket of fun. I've often wondered what would happen if a baseball game just never ended. I mean, we had that fun 18-inning affair with the Orioles from a few years back, and I live just down the road from McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, which was home to the longest professional baseball game in history, taking two days, and thirty-three innings to complete. There have certainly been contenders. None of which is to say that today's 12-inning, four-plus hour race to the bottom was a nightmare or anything. But the...
Lookout Landing Jul 23, 2015

Lookout Linkage, 7/23/15

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league. Good morning and a happy Thursday to all of you LL'ers out there! Let's take a look at some of the happenings from around the league... Kyle Seager is the recipient of the Mariners' Heart and Hustle Award. Jeff Sullivan gives his own take on Zack Greinke's recent dominance, comparing him to King Felix himself. Both the Rangers and Astros have shown interest in Phillies ace Cole Hamels. Albert Pujols recently passed Mike Schmidt on the all-time home runs list. Chris Mitchell at Fangraphs scouted...

Kyle Seager named Mariners’ recipient of Heart and Hustle Award

Third baseman will now be among finalists for overall winner of player who embodies “values, spirit and tradition of the game.”

Pregame notes and lineups: Kyle Seager named Mariners’ “Heart & Hustle” award nominee

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) announced the 30 winners of it’s 2015 Heart and Hustle Awards on Tuesday. For the second straight season, third baseman Kyle Seager was named the Mariners’ recipient of the award. Per the press release, the  award is given to players “who demonstrate a passion for the game of baseball […]
Lookout Landing Jul 14, 2015

Lookout Landing steps up to the plate

Allow us to entertain you. "Wait, do you know all the words to this song?" This past Sunday, as Kyle Seager came up to the plate for his first at bat, my mom raised a concerned eyebrow as I belted out 15 seconds of "Runnin' Outta Moonlight." (Most of the staff is hilariously wrong about the lyrics of "Runnin' Outta Moonlight." Anders is confident the only words are "WHOA OH OHHHHH." Colin thinks Kyle wants to take you on a bike ride. David thinks we'll settle down, sippin' on Mai Tais. Kyle would be pretty disappointed.) Walk-up songs can be rousing. They can strike fear into an opposing...

Seattle Mariners first-half grades

Halfway through the 2015 Major League Baseball season, things haven’t gone as planned for the Seattle Mariners. The M’s entered the campaign with great expectations, with many predicting the club’s first postseason appearance since 2001. Adding free-agent slugger Nelson Cruz to a lineup that already included All-Stars Robinson Cano and Kyle Seager would provide a much-needed […]
Lookout Landing Jul 3, 2015

Let Me Take You On A Night Ride: Appreciating Kyle Seager

In a season of strife, the Mariners' third baseman keeps on keeping on Sometimes it's easy to look past the good things right in front of you. 2014 Robinson Cano and 2015 Nelson Cruz have been incredibly valuable, launching home runs and bringing name recognition to our little baseball outpost in the Pacific Northwest. They've been important pieces and have helped to elevate the play around them (well, maybe not lately). But it would be a shame to overlook the man in the Hot Corner. Somehow, despite a 2014 All-Star selection and a Gold Glove, Kyle Seager still seems under-appreciated. And...

Pregame notes and lineups: Kyle Seager batting third vs. Padres, Nelson Cruz passes on the home run derby

Manager Lloyd McClendon goes with a little different look to his lineup for the final two-game installment of the Vedder Cup. Here’s a link to why we call it that. Without a designated hitter available, McClendon moved some guys around, putting Kyle Seager in the No. 3 spot and moving Robinson Cano up to the No. […]

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