6:25 PM EDT, Tue May 24, 2022
Lookout Landing 5 hours ago
Analyzing who is most at fault over the Mariners’ recent skid

Analyzing who is most at fault over the Mariners’ recent skid

Photo by Mike Stobe/ Is it the offense, the pitching, or a rich combo of all three? The Mariners could theoretically salvage the month of May from being a total installment of Disasterpiece Theatre, and are off to a good start following last night’s narrow win over the Athletics, but let’s be honest: the team has been playing well below expectations over this month. Doing some good ol-fashioned WPA (Win Probability Added) back-of-napkin math, I looked at the last 19 losses incurred by the Mariners—dating from the end of that heady home series and sweep of the...
Lookout Landing 7 hours ago
Sea Us Summarize: Mariners week in review 5/16-5/23

Sea Us Summarize: Mariners week in review 5/16-5/23

Nailed it | Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/ Gorillas in the Mist. But the mist was this week of baseball, and the gorillas are the M’s swiftly dissipating playoff hopes Logically, I know the Mariners have played worse baseball. But logic is rarely a comfort in fandom. This season began with higher hopes and expectations than most others, and that’s made the team’s precipitous fall all the more gruesome. Beyond that layer of disappointment is the brutal echo of familiarity. We’ve witnessed these types of crushing defeats, and we knew at the start of this...
Lookout Landing 8 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/24/22: Kyle Lewis, Alex Reyes, and Josh Donaldson

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/24/22: Kyle Lewis, Alex Reyes, and Josh Donaldson

Photo by Abbie Parr/ Happy Tuesday! Good morning, Mariners fans! Securing an exciting (and important) 7-6 win in the first game of the homestand, the series continues tonight at 6:40 pm as the Mariners look to take game two against the Oakland Athletics. Check out the latest in today’s baseball news as we await first pitch: In Mariners news... Winning is fun. Good night pic.twitter.com/1Foshgukqf— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) May 24, 2022 Reliever Erik Swanson is progressing slower than hoped after experiencing elbow discomfort when beginning to throw....
Lookout Landing 16 hours ago
Mariners eschew modern psychology, go all in on immersion therapy, win 7-6

Mariners eschew modern psychology, go all in on immersion therapy, win 7-6

Photo by Steph Chambers/ Get wins or die trying. Immersion (or exposure) therapy is a term for a methodology within psychological and therapeutic treatment. Its professional application is typically measured and calculated, but often successful, utilizing a method called “graded exposure”. This means identifying a fear/phobia or stressor for an individual, then designing a tiered system of opportunities for limited exposures, starting with either brief or mild versions of the exposure, then slowly working up the scale to more significant versions as the individual...
The Seattle Times 17 hours ago
Mariners get much-needed big hits, win over Oakland

Mariners get much-needed big hits, win over Oakland

Rookie Julio Rodriguez, Cal Raleigh and Eugenio Suarez had multi-run homers in consecutive innings, propelling a 7-6 victory over Oakland on Monday night at T-Mobile Park.