Mariners Analysis: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not
Jun 21, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; New Seattle Mariners hitting coach Edgar Martinez smiles as he stands at the rail during a game aHouston Astros at Safeco Field. The Astros won 6-2. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports
Welcome to another week of the Mariners Market, where someone is going to have to convince me that the Mariners’ aren’t trying to make this incredibly difficult on me. Once a week I give a brief overview on how the Mariners have played, as well as who’s stock has been rising, and who’s has been falling. Also in this post I discuss a move that I would like to see happen, either between the Mariners and one of their affiliates, or between the Mariners and another organization.
The Mariners frustrating season continues, and at this point I really don’t know what else to say. I feel like every week I come back and sound like a broken record, as this teams’ hitting as let them down once again. The M’s had a golden chance to sweep the division leading Houston Astros, but couldn’t finish it off as they fell 6-2 in the series finale on Sunday. Overall, the Mariners finish the past week at 4-3. While you would’ve liked for the M’s to finish this week with a sweep of the Astros’, with the way this season has gone, you certainly can’t complain about a 4-3 week.
That being said, the Mariners Market is all about individual performances, and in this slideshow I will look into who’s been hot for the Mariners in the past week, and who has not.
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