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Lookout Landing Jun 25, 2015

The stolen bases of Logan Morrison

LoMo has been fairly active on the basepaths for the Mariners this season. It is June 25th. The Seattle Mariners have played 73 baseball games. And Logan Morrison currently ranks third on the M's in both stolen bases (5) and stolen base attempts (6). These five steals represent the most SBs that Morrison has ever had in a season (tied with last year); however, he'll probably get into ~80 more ballgames this season so it seems likely that LoMo will break his career-high by a fairly wide margin. Good on you, Logan. Five stolen bases might not necessarily sound like a ton, but with stolen base...

Logan Morrison homers twice in 8-1 Mariners win over Astros

Less than 24 hours after Felix Hernandez lasts one-third of an inning, the Mariners bounce back with a quick start and two homers and five RBI from Logan Morrison in an 8-1 win over the Astros.

Morrison’s two homers carry Mariners to 8-1 victory over Astros

HOUSTON — Who knows what to expect with these Seattle Mariners? After getting blanked in two previous games, and one day after seeing their King fail to survive the first inning, the Mariners struck back Saturday with a five-run first inning and rolled to an 8-1 victory over Houston. Logan Morrison, who had not hit a homer since May 12, hit two in the first three innings. Rookie lefty Mike Montgomery delivered a third straight quality start and, finally, got his first major-league victory. The Mariners also, finally, won a game at Minute Maid Park after suffering a four-game sweep in … ...
Northwest Sports Beat Jun 12, 2015

Logan Morrison- Leadoff Hitter and Mariners First Baseman

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, revels in the power surge of Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison, but can the M's hang on to him beyond 2015? Assuming Morrison continues his offensive prowess, it does create somewhat of a dilemma for the Mariners come the end of the 2015 season. Morrison will enter his final arbitration year next season. He's currently signed for an affordable $2.75 million for the 2015 season. There's no question he'll make more than that next year someplace, a lot more than that in fact.

Mariners set franchise mark for scoring futility but still beat Indians 3-2

CLEVELAND — Again Tuesday night, for a club-record 13th game in a row, the Seattle Mariners failed to score more than three runs. This time, it didn’t hurt them. The Mariners rode another strong start from Roenis Elias and some fine bullpen work to a 3-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. There were, nonetheless, some signs of offensive life. Robinson Cano, a long-time doubles machine, broke a 20-game drought with a pair of doubles. Logan Morrison extended his career-best hitting streak to 15 games, and Seth Smith had an RBI single with a runner in scoring position....

Pregame lineups and notes: Logan Morrison back at leadoff

At 6-foot-2 and 240 pounds, Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison isn’t your stereotypical leadoff man. He has stolen just 10 bases in his five-plus Major League career and been caught five times. Yet Morrison returned to the top of Seattle’s order for the second time in four games for the series opener against the Cleveland […]

Mariners notebook: Morrison returns to lineup, Jackson gets day off to rest ankle

SEATTLE — First baseman Logan Morrison returned Friday to the Seattle Mariners’ lineup — the top of the lineup, in fact — after getting scratched Thursday because of back pain. “It just tightened up on me,” he said. “Got stiff. I’m not sure why. I was just swinging in the cage, and I felt some pain in lower back. I tried to get it loosened up, but it just wasn’t loosening up. “They gave me some medicine and some patches to put on it. Everything feels good.” Morrison replaced center fielder Austin Jackson as the leadoff hitter. Jackson wasn’t in the lineup for … ...

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