3:04 AM EST, Tue January 18, 2022
The Seattle Times 4 hours ago
Former Mariners bullpen coach Brian DeLunas passes away at age 46

Former Mariners bullpen coach Brian DeLunas passes away at age 46

Former Mariners bullpen coach Brian DeLunas was battling kidney disease before dying at age 46.
Lookout Landing 11 hours ago
LockedOut Landing Podcast 178: A Chat With Harry Ford

LockedOut Landing Podcast 178: A Chat With Harry Ford

Harry Ford, Seattle Mariners 2021 1st round pick (12th overall) | MLB.com Hello Seattle Mariners fans! This week we are extremely pleased to bring on special guest star, former Mariners first round (12th overall) draft pick, Mr. Harry Ford. The Mariners have put Harry on the fast track to the big leagues behind the dish as their catcher of the future. Harry recounts the draft day experience, and the surprise of getting drafted by the Mariners. We chat about his hopes for the upcoming season, his affinity for catching and answers a few rounds of the most pressing...
Lookout Landing 17 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/17/22: Emerson Hancock, Dusty Baker, and Anibal Sanchez

Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/17/22: Emerson Hancock, Dusty Baker, and Anibal Sanchez

Photo by Elsa/ Happy MLK Day! In Mariners news... Mariners top prospect Emerson Hancock details what his baseball journey has meant to him as he continues working towards his MLB dreams. “This experience is just another opportunity to get better.” @EmersonHancock_ continues his journey towards big league dreams. #SeaUsRise pic.twitter.com/uH9Oc1X7P2— Mariners Player Development (@MsPlayerDev) January 14, 2022 Brandon Gustafson at 710 ESPN Seattle analyzes Kyle Glaser’s prediction of Julio Rodriguez becoming one of the faces of MLB in the coming seasons....
Lookout Landing Jan 16, 2022
Mariners open 2020-21 international amateur signing period with three seven-figure deals

Mariners open 2020-21 international amateur signing period with three seven-figure deals

Big Lazaro (left), little Nelson | @MiLBMariners on Twitter, via Lazaro Montes on Instagram Seattle makes three million dollar signings to highlight a well-regarded international amateur group. The international amateur signing period typically opened on July 2nd (hence the common Inside Baseball shorthand “J2 signee”) was delayed due to COVID-19 challenges in winter of 2020 and once again in 2021, creating the confusing beginning of the official “2021” signing class this January 15th, 2022. If the day were an actual deadline MLB treated seriously, that might...
The Seattle Times Jan 15, 2022
Mariners mailbag: Answering questions on spring training, lockout timelines and uniform changes

Mariners mailbag: Answering questions on spring training, lockout timelines and uniform changes

If the lockout doesn't completely affect the spring training schedule, will Mariners tickets in Arizona be difficult to find? And are there any uniform changes brewing in Seattle? Ryan Divish answers those questions and more.