Results tagged ‘ Safeco Field ’

Discover: Monday Around the Horn

Nolan Arenado

Discover: Monday Around the Horn

Jackie Bradley Jr.

Discover: Three for Thursday

Hisashi Iwakuma

1. Hisashi Iwakuma’s no-hitter. Ending a run of 12 straight no-hitters by National League pitchers, Seattle’s Hisashi Iwakuma held the Orioles hitless on Wednesday at Safeco Field. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave posted a photo of a lineup card that suddenly became historic. Teal Ball Times thanked the Mariners hurler, while The Occasional Post saw the feat as evidence of the beauty of baseball and Daniel Satter Sport Talk provided an opposition perspective. (more…)

Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

Jonathan Papelbon

Do you agree with Richard the Third that the Jonathan Papelbon deal makes sense for both teams? (more…)

Discover: Trade Deadline Countdown Tuesday

Troy Tulowitzki

Another day, another big trade as Troy Tulowitzki reportedly is on his way to Toronto in a deal involving Jose Reyes. Tailpipe Sports digs into the deal, while The Winston Report decided it was a good move for the Jays after some thought. Sconnie Sports Talk takes a look back at some of the noteworthy Trade Deadline deals from years past, while stlcardinalsminimo doesn’t want Cardinals GM John Mozeliak thinking short term. The best place to stay on top of all the very latest on the trade front is MLB.com/news! (more…)

Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

finalvote-dozier

What’s not to love about this unorthodox attempt by the Twins to drum up support for Final Vote candidate Brian Dozier, highlighted by Bring Me the News? (more…)

Discover: Three for Thursday

Bernie Williams

Here are three MLB.com/blogs posts that caught our eye today:

1. Jack O’Connell writes about Bernie Williams finally making his retirement official, over in his The Cutoff Man MLB Pro Blog.

2. Mariners Fan Blog 7th Inning Stretch Time checks in with a post chronicling a recent visit to Safeco Field.

3. Cait Covers the Bases recaps an impressive 7th Annual Weather Day at Miller Park, attended by over 11,000 school-age children on Thursday.

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