8:03 PM EST, Fri January 28, 2022
Lookout Landing 6 hours ago
FanPost Friday: Let’s Remember Some Baseball

FanPost Friday: Let’s Remember Some Baseball

Tell us about your favorite Safeco Field/T-Mobile Park memory The baseball offseason is always tough on baseball fans, but I can’t recall a more deflating one than this offseason. We’re in the third winter of the pandemic, there’s a labor lockout, and the Mariners are on the precipice of being a real contender in the American League during a time when we can’t even get hyped about offseason acquisitions. Right now is THE offseason where the team was poised to spend on free agents to amplify the current talent core and the nearly ready next crop of prospects. Thankfully...
Lookout Landing 10 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/28/22: Lloyd McClendon, Gordon Beckham, and Minor League Housing

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/28/22: Lloyd McClendon, Gordon Beckham, and Minor League Housing

Photo by Stephen Brashear/ In which we recall two Mariners legends. Hello everyone! We’ve made it to Friday. I’m sure everyone is still getting used to our new comments system, so feel free to discuss the following... In Mariners news... Many of the Mariners international free agent signings we already knew about — and some we didn’t — are now official. We are excited to announce the following 2022 international signings: RHP Sebastian Barrios RHP William Calderón INF/C Joaan De Jesus C Carlos González RHP Federik Jimenez RHP Erick...
Lookout Landing Jan 27, 2022
Felnin Celesten, Ethan Salas, Brandon Mayea & Emmanuel Bonilla highlight MLB’s upcoming 2022-23 international amateur class

Felnin Celesten, Ethan Salas, Brandon Mayea & Emmanuel Bonilla highlight MLB’s upcoming 2022-23 international amateur class

left to right: Sebastian de Andrade (Mariners 2022), Felnin Celesten (Mariners 2022), Brandon Mayea (Yankees 2022), Elias Leon | JD Ozuna Baseball Factory Four $4 million deals are expected to be inked in the 2022 international free agent class As teams continue to work to bolster their presence internationally to gain a greater edge on the amateur scouting front, the Padres, Mariners, Yankees and Blue Jays have set themselves apart for the 2022-2023 international free agent period. Each team is currently positioned to sign one of the top four free agents in next...
Lookout Landing Jan 27, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/27/22: Mike Shildt, Kenta Maeda, and Megan Rapinoe

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/27/22: Mike Shildt, Kenta Maeda, and Megan Rapinoe

Photo by Stephen Maturen/ It’s link time, baby. Hello everybody and happy Thursday! Here’s what’s happening in baseball. In Mariners news... The Mariners continue to fill out their 2021 IFA class. The Mariners have added two RHPs out of Venezuela in Erick Rodriguez and Wuilliams Rodriguez. They have also signed two Panamanians in RHP William Calderon and catcher Carlos Gonzalez.Erick (right): Very physical, throws hard. Wuilliams (left): Wiry and projectable. 6-4 frame. pic.twitter.com/Kz5enqSOET— Joe Doyle (@JoeDoyleMiLB) January 26, 2022 Julio’s brand...
The Seattle Times Jan 26, 2022
Mariners position overview: Could Seattle have something special brewing with its starting pitching?

Mariners position overview: Could Seattle have something special brewing with its starting pitching?

The Mariners had just three projected starters going into the offseason — Marco Gonzales, Chris Flexen and Logan Gilbert. Now, they've added reigning AL Cy Young winner Robbie Ray. So who will take the fifth spot in the rotation when the season starts?
Lookout Landing Jan 26, 2022
New report suggests Mariners are among the favorites to sign OF Seiya Suzuki

New report suggests Mariners are among the favorites to sign OF Seiya Suzuki

Photo by Koji Watanabe/ Don’t ship him up to Boston just yet After a Japanese Yahoo! Sports article made headlines yesterday for seemingly linking Seiya Suzuki to the Red Sox, a new report from Japan’s Nikkan Sports suggests the Mariners are still in the running as one of four front-runner teams: the Mariners, Cubs, Giants, and Padres are all reportedly spots of interest for Suzuki. The confusion seems to stem from a mis-translated version of the Yahoo! article, which some interpreted to mean the Japanese outfielder already had a deal in place with the Red Sox,...
Lookout Landing Jan 26, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/26/22: David Ortiz, Seiya Suzuki, and CBA Negotiations

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/26/22: David Ortiz, Seiya Suzuki, and CBA Negotiations

Photo by Michael Reaves/ Hall of Fame season is over. Thank God for that. Good morning everyone! Let’s get you the latest updates on the world of baseball. In Mariners news... Our very own Joe Doyle spoke with Mariners Director of International Scouting Frankie Thon, Jr. about the M’s 2021 international signing class. There’s no time for rest when it comes to international free agents. Joe already has breaking news on the Class of 2023 (as long as they keep doing the previous year’s class in January). Big one here. In January 2024, the Mariners are expected...
Awe and regret: Looking back at new Hall of Famer David Ortiz’s roots in the Mariners organization

Awe and regret: Looking back at new Hall of Famer David Ortiz’s roots in the Mariners organization

Hall of Famer David Ortiz’s time as a Mariners minor-leaguer is the stuff of legend, particularly a Home Run Derby that is still talked about to this day. But his brief stay in the organization is also the stuff of frustration.
Lookout Landing Jan 25, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/25/22: Matt Olson, Colten Brewer, and MLB labor negotiations

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/25/22: Matt Olson, Colten Brewer, and MLB labor negotiations

Photo by Alika Jenner/ Happy Tuesday! Good morning! In case you missed it, Lookout Landing is hiring! Check out all of the positions the site is looking for and come join our team. With that, let’s jump right in to today’s baseball happenings. In Mariners news... Already clocking pitches at 91 MPH, 16 year old RHP Dylan Wilson will be an exciting addition to the Mariners’ system in 2023. Joining SS Felnin Celesten and the Seattle Mariners in 2023 will be Curaçao RHP Dylan Wilson. Barely 16 years old, Wilson is already up to 91 with "every bit the makings of a...
Lookout Landing Jan 24, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/24/21: Isaiah Campbell, Taylor Trammel, and Matt Klentak

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/24/21: Isaiah Campbell, Taylor Trammel, and Matt Klentak

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Monday links! Good morning all! Start your week off with a light batch of baseball news. In Mariners news... Mariners prospect Isaiah Campbell reflects on last season with a vision for the future. 2021 Dan Wilson Community Service Award winner @isaiah_campbell reflects on a memorable year and looks forward to what’s ahead. #SeaUsRise pic.twitter.com/zklmdjdnNR— Mariners Player Development (@MsPlayerDev) January 23, 2022 Could the Mariners benefit from a trade involving Taylor Trammel, Luis Torrens, and Jake Fraley? Ryan Divish...
The Seattle Times Jan 22, 2022
Mariners mailbag: What could M’s get for Taylor Trammell, Luis Torrens or Jake Fraley in a trade?

Mariners mailbag: What could M’s get for Taylor Trammell, Luis Torrens or Jake Fraley in a trade?

In short, the answer is if you want to get All-Star talent, you have to trade away prospects with potential to become All-Stars.
Lookout Landing Jan 22, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/22/22: Jarred Kelenic, Brian Butterfield, and Fredy Montero

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/22/22: Jarred Kelenic, Brian Butterfield, and Fredy Montero

Photo by Ezra Shaw/ Kicking off your Saturday with some links. Hello all! Good morning and happy Saturday! Let’s dive into what’s happening around baseball. In Mariners news... Congratulations Julio! Congratulations to Julio Rodríguez for being honored in his native Loma De Cabrera as an “honored son” of the town for his achievements in baseball, especially his role in bringing the first-ever Olympic medal in baseball to the Dominican Republic. pic.twitter.com/OukUxMDtbe— Lookout Landing (@LookoutLanding) January 21, 2022 Ryan Divish at The Seattle...
The Seattle Times Jan 21, 2022
Mariners position overview: Jarred Kelenic wasn’t meant to be the everyday center fielder, but it’s a role he’ll have to embrace

Mariners position overview: Jarred Kelenic wasn’t meant to be the everyday center fielder, but it’s a role he’ll have to embrace

Even with Kyle Lewis healthy, the Mariners will mostly look to Jarred Kelenic to play center, and if he produces more at the plate, his defense, good or otherwise, becomes less glaring.
Lookout Landing Jan 21, 2022
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/21/22: MLB Expansion, Tampa Bay Rays, and More CBA Updates

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/21/22: MLB Expansion, Tampa Bay Rays, and More CBA Updates

No thoughts just upside-down inflatable moose | Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ We’ve got news...it’s multiplying. Hello everyone and happy Friday! Yesterday was a surprisingly busy day in the world of baseball (grading on the lockout curve) so let’s get to it. In Mariners news... Vibin’ With J-Rod may be on pause due to the lockout (since Julio is on the 40-man roster), but that didn’t stop Julio from posting some new content to his personal YouTube channel. Around the league... Which do you want first, the good news or the bad news? I suppose I can’t wait for...
Lookout Landing Jan 20, 2022
Four Mariners prospects rank in Baseball Prospectus 2022 Top-101

Four Mariners prospects rank in Baseball Prospectus 2022 Top-101

Kate Preusser Plus some just missed and next to appear names. It’s prospect list week, as Baseball Prospectus has dropped their annual preseason ranking of the Top-101 prospects in baseball a day after Baseball America posted theirs. The Seattle Mariners have placed four prospects on BP’s list: No. 3 OF Julio RodríguezNo. 15 SS Noelvi MarteNo. 21 RHP George KirbyNo. 87 RHP Emerson Hancock As BP notes, and most anyone who makes a prospect list of this or any size would echo, this is an exercise in tiers more than a literal numerical ranking with pinpoint precision,...

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