8:52 AM EST, Fri March 01, 2024
The Seattle Times 10 hours ago
Mariners’ Bryce Miller confidently displays his new splitter and playfully pushes his luck

Mariners’ Bryce Miller confidently displays his new splitter and playfully pushes his luck

Young Mariners righty Bryce Miller added a nasty new pitch this offseason. And on Thursday, he put that new splitter on display one more time than he was allowed.
Lookout Landing 13 hours ago
Seattle Mariners offer plenty of tasty bites, but can't finish plate in loss to White Sox

Seattle Mariners offer plenty of tasty bites, but can't finish plate in loss to White Sox

Photo by David Durochik/Diamond Images via Bryce Miller and Andrés Muñoz look good in their spring debuts, and Cole Young and Jonny Farmelo spring into action as well. Writing a player profile piece for our 40 in 40 series can be likened to eating a stack of pancakes. You can really make a meal of it, dig in and enjoy. Once you’ve eaten several stacks of pancakes though, you’re ready for a different breakfast food. Spring training is here to break up that monotony, and we’re making waffles! (The superior French toast still awaits us on March 28th when the...
The Seattle Times 14 hours ago
Andres Munoz impresses, but Mariners fall to White Sox in Thursday’s Cactus League action

Andres Munoz impresses, but Mariners fall to White Sox in Thursday’s Cactus League action

The Mariners fell to the White Sox on Thursday but Andres Munoz appeared to be in "midseason form".
Lookout Landing 18 hours ago
Mariners Spring Training Game #6, 2/29/24, CWS @ SEA: Open Game Thread

Mariners Spring Training Game #6, 2/29/24, CWS @ SEA: Open Game Thread

Photo by David Durochik/Diamond Images via Leap day baseball! Good morning, everyone, and happy leap day! We’re celebrating with a rematch against the White Sox to close out February’s Cactus League slate, and while the Mariners’ lineup isn’t exactly the Opening Day one, there’s enough here to be worth paying attention to - especially Jonatan Clase in center, Bryce Miller’s first start of spring, and Mitch Garver behind the dish. Another day of baseball Watch today’s game on our Mariners Spring Training Webcast, live on https://t.co/6DJqubpp1u....
Lookout Landing 21 hours ago
Spring Training storyline: Hoping for improvement from France, Miller, and Woo

Spring Training storyline: Hoping for improvement from France, Miller, and Woo

Bryce Miller, the Four-Seam Thriller | Photo by Steph Chambers/ Requested Development Earlier this week, we covered the battles for the fifth outfielder and in the middle of the bullpen, the only spots on the roster where how guys look in Spring Training (though not their Cactus League results) could conceivably matter. There will be other storylines too: an injury, a prospect who demands our attention, an underperforming veteran who we freak out about. Who’s to say what these will be—they are the unknown unknowns. Just a couple weeks in and already it looks like...
Lookout Landing 22 hours ago
They Might Be Mariners - Are Locklear, Ford & Young Ready for the Show? Meet at the Mitt Podcast

They Might Be Mariners - Are Locklear, Ford & Young Ready for the Show? Meet at the Mitt Podcast

Hello Seattle Mariners fans! John Trupin, Kate Preusser and Zach Mason are joined by Lookout Landing prospect lead Max Ellingsen here on Monday February 26th to talk about the kids. With few real position battles in camp, the prospects of note (Ford, Young, Locklear) are mostly in AA, rapidly approaching their debuts in the show. A mere three games into the spring ,Young has already looked like he belongs with the big lead team, as does Locklear. Both prospects have come out of the gates swinging and looking quite convincing in doing so. What do the timelines look like for the...
Lookout Landing 22 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/29/24: Matt Brash, Colt Emerson, and Kolten Wong

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/29/24: Matt Brash, Colt Emerson, and Kolten Wong

Photo by Steph Chambers/ Get well soon, my flamethrowing prince. Hello everyone and welcome to the final day of February! A special shout-out to the folks who are born on February 29 and only get to officially celebrate their special days on Leap Years. This one is for you. In Mariners news... In case you missed it (and it would have been difficult for you to have), Ryan Divish at the Seattle Times reported that Matt Brash’s injury might be worse than initially thought, and that while we don’t know anything for certain, there is some fear that he could miss a...
The Seattle Times Feb 28, 2024
Mariners notebook: Julio Rodriguez on track to play Saturday, Gregory Santos continues to ramp up

Mariners notebook: Julio Rodriguez on track to play Saturday, Gregory Santos continues to ramp up

After being absent from the lineup in each of the Mariners’ first four Cactus League games, star center fielder Julio Rodriguez is set to play this weekend.
Lookout Landing Feb 28, 2024
Mariners fall asleep on watch, hit reef, lose 9-7

Mariners fall asleep on watch, hit reef, lose 9-7

Photo by Steph Chambers/ travis kuhn probably won’t become a helmsman In a competition, be it a sport, a race, an election, anything, whoever is leading is in control. The set the tone, the pace, and the target that everyone else is trying to hit. It’s a desirable position, but it’s not easy to maintain. The Mariners started Logan Gilbert on the mound, and while he perhaps wasn’t regular season ready, struggling to hit his target on occasion, the two innings he put in, walking one and striking out three, were impressive for the start of spring training. On the...
Lookout Landing Feb 28, 2024
Mariners Spring Training Game #5, 02/28/24, KCR @ SEA: Open Game Thread

Mariners Spring Training Game #5, 02/28/24, KCR @ SEA: Open Game Thread

Photo by Steph Chambers/ Hoping we get the first look at Logan Gilbert’s Northwest Green glove For the Mariner’s fifth Cactus League game, we get a little innovation. The game will not be televised, but it will be available on Mariners.com with the radio play by play synced up to two camera feeds. Let’s call it “sorta streaming.” It’ll also be on the traditional radio, of course. The game will be Logan Gilbert’s first of the young pre-season, and we’ll see what figures to be the starting infield. Walter Wednesday Watch today’s action via our...
Lookout Landing Feb 28, 2024
Spring Training storyline: The bullpen battle

Spring Training storyline: The bullpen battle

Photo by Steph Chambers/ With Sewald gone, the pitching factory needs a new poster child This era of Mariners baseball is defined by three things: Julio Rodríguez, an elite starting rotation, and spinning straw into bullpen gold. The Mariners relief corps of the past three years has been one of the best in baseball, and it’s gotten better every year. But a throughline for each of those bullpens has been guys coming out of nowhere to dominate the end of games. The most famous examples are Paul Sewald being signed to a minor-league deal and Matt Brash being acquired as...
Lookout Landing Feb 28, 2024
Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/28/24: Mitch Haniger, Enrique Hernández, and The Boras Three

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/28/24: Mitch Haniger, Enrique Hernández, and The Boras Three

Photo by Steph Chambers/ Mitch Haniger is happy to be home. Good morning friends! Let’s get you caught up on the latest news from spring camp and elsewhere in baseball. In Mariners news... Brock and Salk spoke to Mitch Haniger, who never wanted to leave the Mariners in the first place and is now thrilled to be back. Around the league... In a minor trade, the White Sox acquired left-hander Bailey Horn from the Cubs, enabling the north siders to clear a roster spot for Cody Bellinger. Ben Clemens at Fangraphs broke down the Dodgers’ decision to bring back fan...
The Seattle Times Feb 27, 2024
What will the Mariners’ roster look like on opening day? Here’s an early projection

What will the Mariners’ roster look like on opening day? Here’s an early projection

The Mariners opened spring training with 24 of their 26 roster spots likely set. But, due to injuries, some things have changed. Here's a projection of what the current roster could look like on opening day.
The Seattle Times Feb 27, 2024
Ryan Bliss and the Mariners’ bats heat up in Tuesday’s Cactus League action

Ryan Bliss and the Mariners’ bats heat up in Tuesday’s Cactus League action

The Mariners provided plenty of offense Tuesday, banging out 15 hits including a pair of homers. Ryan Bliss shook off an early error and tallied three hits to lead the way.
Lookout Landing Feb 27, 2024
Mariners 2024 Spring Training Game #4, 2/27/24, SEA @ SF: Open Game Thread

Mariners 2024 Spring Training Game #4, 2/27/24, SEA @ SF: Open Game Thread

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports George Kirby takes the mound in his 2024 spring debut Glad we could cross “first Cactus League win” off of the Mariners’ list yesterday! George Kirby will look to keep the good times going in his first start of the 2024 slate against the Giants. .@gkirb98 makes his first start of Spring. #TridentsUp pic.twitter.com/agrcV8bgbw— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) February 27, 2024 While this lineup is more of a C-squad, Harry Ford behind the dish should be intriguing, and Tyler Locklear continues to get a long look at the start...

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    Bryce Miller

    Mariners’ Bryce Miller confidently displays his new splitter and playfully pushes his luck

  • 1 Matt Brash

    Matt Brash

    Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/29/24: Matt Brash, Colt Emerson, and Kolten Wong

  • 1 Mitch Garver

    Mitch Garver

    Mariners Spring Training Game #6, 2/29/24, CWS @ SEA: Open Game Thread

  • 1 Andres Munoz

    Andres Munoz

    Andres Munoz impresses, but Mariners fall to White Sox in Thursday’s Cactus League action

  • 1 Jonatan Clase

    Jonatan Clase

    Mariners Spring Training Game #6, 2/29/24, CWS @ SEA: Open Game Thread

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