Nate Cohn : @Nate_Cohn
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Pre-Draft Thoughts

Written on June 04, 2012 @ 01:37PM
1) Don't ignore the Mariners decision-makers. If the Mariners go an unconventional direction, don't be disappointed if we didn't get the player that Keith Law (just an example, not a personal or specific indict, and that's true for the remainder of the article) made you think we wanted. The prospect…

Mariners Replay Yesterday, Get Same Result

Written on May 03, 2012 @ 09:49PM
When Wedge looked at the schedule a few weeks ago, he sighed and said, "well, we need to bench Montero and start Millwood at some point, may as well be when no one is watching." Unfortunately, I watched. I happen to live in Washington DC and if my work (no, not the government!) has a firewall, I…

Mariners Lose, Get Swept

Written on April 22, 2012 @ 06:05PM
(7-10) The Mariners broke the perfect game really quickly today! So, thatís clearly improvement. In fact, the perfect game only lasted for one batter, until Dustin Ackley advanced to first on a strike out/passed ball. Ichiro then promptly dispelled any fears of a no hitter. Mathematically speaking,…

Humber Throws Perfect Game; It Was Against The Mariners

Written on April 21, 2012 @ 05:59PM
(7-9) The Mariners have possessed a historically bad offense for the last two years, but I never seriously entertained the possibility that they would lose to a perfect game. There had only been twenty in the history of regular season baseball, representing only a fraction of a fraction of starting…

Mariners Recapture Wrong Past, Lose 1-0

Written on April 10, 2012 @ 08:59PM
(3-3) After a few games that some interpreted as a harbinger of a new era of Mariners offensive production, Game 4 (or 6, if you hold a more official perspective) was a splash of cold water. I think we can all agree that this felt much more like the past than our hopes for the future. Itís easy…

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