Even the most optimistic of Mariners fans knew that the truncated 2020 season was going to be filled with growing pains as General Manager Jerry DiPoto had to tear a veteran-laden team down to the studs to replenish a depleted farm system. The rebuild may be happening ahead of schedule.
As I was watching my beloved Seattle Mariners game the other day, there, lo and behold, "sitting" in the front rows behind home plate, none other than Pearl Jam's Mike McCready and arguably the greatest axe man of all-time Jimi Hendrix!
Austin Nola supplied the power at the dish and Taijuan Walker overcame surrendering a couple of gopher balls to pace the Seattle Mariners to a 6-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday (Aug. 19) night at T-Mobile Park in Seattle to help break a seven-game losing streak.
The Seattle Mariners rolled out a creative way for us fans jonesing to see a game still be a virtual part of the game. Their calling it "Seat Fleet" and for just $30, you can upload a picture and they will make a cardboard cutout of your likeness that will be seated in the stands at every …