Storylines: Smoak signs extension with Jays

In tonight's storylines, the Blue Jays locked up an offensive piece, the trade market continued to heat up, and more.
July 17, 2016

Scout's 2015 MLB Playoff Preview

Postseason baseball is finally here, and, as we all know, anything can happen in October. Well the first shots were officially fired last night as Dallas Keuchel steamrolled through the Yankees' lineup in the one game Wild card Playoff, setting up an Astros - Royals Division Series.
October 7, 2015

Seattle Mariners: Left Out

The 2013 Seattle Mariners had an extremely left-handed heavy lineup. Perhaps not surprisingly, they struggled more than any other team in baseball against left-handed pitching. This winter could make the club even more lefty tilted.
October 11, 2013

Mariners Offense Showing Life

Homering in their 22nd straight game Sunday afternoon, the Seattle Mariners finished off the Angels for their first sweep of 2013. They also finished off the first half of the season on a very high note. We highlight the encouraging signs.
July 14, 2013

Zunino on his way to Seattle

Although there have been a lot of struggles with plate discipline for Mike Zunino in Triple-A Tacoma, the situation at catcher on the big league roster finally became dire enough that Seattle made the move to promote their 2012 1st round pick to the major leagues today.
June 11, 2013

Trouble with the Curve…and Slider…and Change

A month into the young 2013 season, the Seattle Mariners are hitting the fastball better than they have managed to in years. But, oh, those offspeed pitches. We take a look at the numbers and run values against fastballs and offspeed pitches for the current roster.
May 2, 2013

The Right Way Gone Wrong

The Seattle Mariners offense is again at the bottom of the league in production. The front office has been working to improve the hitting for several years now -- why hasn't it worked? We look at some of the primary culprits while giving kudos to the process that was used.
April 21, 2013