Can the Mariners keep rolling despite so many rotation issues?
Jim Moore | August 16, 2016 9:23 am
The Mariners are the hottest team in the league with nine wins in their last 10 games, but Jim Moore worries that the issues in their starting rotation will be too much to overcome down the stretch.
With so many pitching issues, Mariners no longer look like a playoff team
Jim Moore | July 28, 2016 10:59 am
Earlier this season, the Mariners had us believing their 14-year playoff drought would finally end. But through 100 games, they no longer look like a postseason contender, writes Jim Moore.
Predictions for the second half of the Mariners’ season
Jim Moore | July 14, 2016 10:09 pm
Jim Moore thinks Mike Zunino will overtake Chris Iannetta as the Mariners’ starting catcher. That’s among the predictions he makes for the second half of the season.
After rash of injuries, can Mariners’ rotation get back on track?
Jim Moore | June 24, 2016 9:05 am
The Mariners can rebound from their June swoon if their depleted starting rotation returns to form. But with the injuries to Felix Hernandez and Taijuan Walker, that’s not a given.
Improbable comeback shows that anything is possible with these Mariners
Jim Moore | June 3, 2016 11:36 am
Seattle’s incredible comeback from a 10-run deficit Thursday against San Diego is the latest reminder that these aren’t the same-old Mariners. With this team, anything now seems possible.
Mariners proving they have what it takes to stay in the race all season
Jim Moore | May 19, 2016 10:29 am
For the first time in maybe forever, Jim Moore isn’t concerned about occasional losses by the Mariners, like the one Tuesday night when the Orioles beat Scott Servais’ team 5-2.
First-place Mariners providing plenty of reasons to think success will continue
Jim Moore | May 12, 2016 10:50 am
Time will tell if the Mariners can sustain their current 100-win pace, but the good news is, for every reason you think they won’t, you can come up with a reason why they will.
Despite some concerns, playoffs finally feel possible for Mariners
Jim Moore | April 29, 2016 11:44 am
I’m more cynical than the next guy, but everything is different with the 2016 Mariners. So isn’t it to fair to expect a different outcome, such as a wild-card berth in the playoffs?
Mariners’ first homestand raises plenty of familiar concerns
Jim Moore | April 14, 2016 10:56 am
The Mariners won in dramatic fashion Wednesday but scored only 11 runs while going 1-5 on their first homestand of the season. It’s strange and it’s not at the same time.
After opening series, these don’t look like ‘The Same-Old Mariners’
Jim Moore | April 7, 2016 9:47 am
I know we’re only three games in, but it’s still nice to look at the standings and see the Mariners on top of the American League West after an encouraging opening series.