Looking again at the past week of hot and cold in the Mariners' organization as we do each Monday. Two of the Big Three (Four?) are here and the Tacoma rotation is going to be something else very soon.
The Seattle Mariners right-hander hasn't pitched up to his potential and has been prone to the long ball. SeattleClubhouse takes a look at why.
October 16, 2012
As the regular season for the PCL is wrapping up, we take a look at the performances of six Tacoma Rainiers this past week and this season and what those performances likely mean for their September 2012 MLB dreams.
September 2, 2012
The Seattle Mariners finished up the first one-third of their season last night in Chicago with their 7-4 loss to the White Sox in game number 54. SeattleClubhouse checks in on the big league club with an inventory of what has gone right and what has gone wrong.
SeattleClubhouse's Editor Rick Randall was recently the guest of Mariner Central's Lonnie Mathis for a Mariners Podcast of epic length covering a number of topics, but mainly Hector Noesi.
The club filled their three empty 40-man roster spots and sent a few players to the minor leagues to get set for Oakland.
With a park that favors left-handed pitching, the Mariners will enter the season with four right-handers in their rotation as Wedge announces the rotation before the club departs for Japan.