Credit: Dan Hughes

Seattle Mariners 10th Man

We here at SodoMojo have heard your calls and are here to help.

As new writer Rob Blackburn asked Sunday, “Can the Seahawks 12th Man become the Mariners 10th Man?” We say, YES!

So we at SodoMojo are throwing our full support behind the 10th Man initiative. Who will carry the banners and signs at Safeco this season? Who will help us to make this a reality and help us to raise a flag at Safeco?

You can start by taking this pic and posting it on Twitter, Facebook, wherever Mariners fans can be reached.

Print it out and put it on your signs at Safeco this season. Let’s get this thing done.

We are SEATTLE! We are the 10th Man!

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  • Craig Lambert

    All in for the 10th man!

  • BigDog330

    Does this mean we get to DH?

    • CharlieSpencer-Davis

      Yes! Throw your hat in the ring if you want, the DH could very well end up being a throwing-spaghetti-at-the-wall contest

  • Jeff

    Willie Bloomquist is arguably the 10th man.. and given attendance of late, Safeco would have the 9 1/2th man, or a 10th man for the visiting team when Boston or the Yankees come to town

  • Todd Pheifer

    Love it! Does this mean that the fans have to stand and yell for the entirety of every Mariner’s game?

    • Dan Hughes

      Nah. They probably wouldn’t allow it. But imagine the roar of a full house (when we get there, it will take time) as the Mariners take the field. The buzz and intensity of the crowd yelling and cheering as the 0-2 pitch is delivered with two outs in the inning. Or a 7th inning rally cry, down by two runs. It could happen, and would be a lot of fun.

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  • my_two_cents_worth

    I love my Mariners rain or shine but am growing weary of the effort to conjoin them to the Seahawks hip with the hope this will somehow lead to greater fan support and winning baseball. They had 45,661 at their home opener and half or more of those in attendance were probably there to see Russell Wilson throw out the first pitch. Now, we have a push for a campaign slogan that essentially says, “Hey, we’re the Seattle Mariners, kid sister to the Seattle Seahawks!” Call me thoroughly uninspired.