Putting the Kendrys Morales Stories To Bed


Finally the wait is over. The Kendrys Morales rumors will be laid to rest in the next few days. No more stories. No more rumors. Kendrys Morales will not be a wearing a M’s jersey this year. I didn’t think it would feel this good to finally say that. I feel like I was part of the problem by writing stories like this one.. and also this one.. and can’t forget about this one. Oh well. Watching the Morales ship set sail makes me feel good. And not because I don’t think Morales would be awesome to have back in the lineup, but because the Mariners (for once) are showing patience and confidence in the guys we currently on our roster.

May 28, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Felix Hernandez (34) during the game against the Los Angeles Angels at Safeco Field. Seattle defeated Los Angeles 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

We have started off June with a bang, currently riding a 5 game win streak matching our longest of the season. This team just feels like they are finally starting to click.

Robinson Cano

is the Robinson Cano we knew we were getting.

Kyle Seager

is back. The outfield is no longer a mystery. The Condor is flying high once again. Heck, even

Brad Miller

‘s bat is starting to work. Our pitching you ask? King


(8-1) and

Hisashi Iwakuma

(4-2) are back in All Star form. The offseason acquisition of

Chris Young

and the rising of

Roenis Elias

has made Jack Zduriencik look like a genius. Even with the stars of the future (

Taijuan Walker


James Paxton

) out, we have filled out nicely. Anyone else feeling a lot better about the 2 year 14 million dollar deal that

Fernando Rodney

signed in the offseason? His stuff has been nasty over the last couple of weeks. 16 saves so far this year keeps him on track to the 30-40 save seasons we saw while he was with

Tampa Bay

. Manager Lloyd McClendon has done a great job with his roster this season. He has shown patience and persistence with his guys and it is paying dividends. So here it is.. I am 99.99% sure this is the last thing I have to say about Kendrys Morales this season: My feeling is that he will be added to the list of former

Seattle Mariners

to now play for the

New York Yankees

. It is not official but with how badly the Yankees need a bat, I would not be shocked to see him in pinstripes this month. Even though it was a short stint in Seattle, he will be missed.