Big Change in the Mariners' Bullpen Dynamic

The 2012 Mariners bullpen is being constructed in a different fashion. After running out pitch-to-contact options for a few seasons, the club is adding more pitchers apt at piling up strikeouts to their staff. SeattleClubhouse takes a look at the particulars.
February 8, 2012

Scouring the Non-Tender List

Major League Baseball's non-tender deadline has now passed and 19 teams removed players from their 40-man rosters. SeattleClubhouse takes a look at the most intriguing of the 27 players released from their MLB teams on Monday Night and what they could offer to the Mariners.
December 12, 2011

Dodgers Weekend Roundup: May 14-16

The Dodgers have regained their stride in the month of May, going 10-3 over the last two weeks. Since the return of Manny Ramirez, the team has lost one game. However, recent news of Andre Ethier's injury and the delayed return of Rafael Furcal from the disabled list could pose a threat to their current streak. Tyson Qualls touches all the bases in the Weekend Roundup.
May 16, 2010

Dodgers' Update

The Dodgers have had a busy week, filled with ups and downs. Their offense pummeled the Reds on Wednesday night, while the pitchers let the team down the next night. Tyson Qualls comments on the last two games and discusses this week's developments with the Dodgers.
April 22, 2010

Dodgers Bullpen Nails Down 5-3 Win Over Cards

In a game that might have been directed by Cecile B. DeMille, with the cast of thousands replaced by nearly that many left on base, the Dodgers tagged Chris Carpenter and the Cardinals with a 5-3 loss and took an early lead in the best of five National League Division Series.
October 8, 2009

Kemp's Single in 10th Tops Cardinals

The Dodgers blew a 3-2 lead in the seventh inning and groans were heard all over the Los Angeles basin, as thoughts of the first four-game sweep by the Cardinals since 1987 danced in everyone's head. But solid relief and Matt Kemp's two-run single resulted in a 5-3, 10-inning win and got the club out of St. Louis semi-intact.
July 31, 2009

Cardinal Defense Stuffs the Dodgers

St. Louis, who weren't the Cardinals yet, and Brooklyn, who weren't the Dodgers yet, met for the first time somewhere back in the historically-murky 1880's and played a game pretty much like the first game of the current series: lots of hitting, tenacious defense and baserunners everywhere. Fast forward some 130 years and you have the 6-1 win St. Louis pulled off in Bush Stadium III.
July 28, 2009