Sodo Mojo Podcast Episode 003
As we head into the third week of spring training games, we present Episode #003 of the Sodo Mojo Podcast! Join us as we discuss a slew of topics.
This week’s “Interesting stat of the week” focuses on the Mariners vastly improved running game. Do you like the aggression the Mariners have shown on the base paths recently?
We also dive into the latest group of spring training games from the past week. Now that games are on TV, who are we noticing (either good or bad) and are any player(s) impressing you? Are we concerned about the Mariners poor pitching performance of late?
We then tackle the epic opening round of the World Baseball Classic, including a brief discussion on Nelson Cruz’s game-winning home run off of Cleveland Indians star Andrew Miller of Team USA and his comments after the game.
As we begin our positional breakdown, why not start with the most intriguing group on the team? What do we think of the new outfield? Do we consider Mitch Haniger and Jarrod Dyson as upgrades or downgrade at each spot? And why? Somebody thinks the expectations for Haniger are a bit unfair. Why? Plus, what one word best describes this outfield?
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- Could the Mariners Acquire AL Batting Champion, Luis Arraez?
- Steamer Projections: Julio Rodriguez to enter rarified air in 2023
- What if the Mariners traded FOR Tyler O’Neill this time?
- Mariners starting pitching is being overlooked by MLB
Finally, we finish up with our final segment, “The People’s Voice”, where we answer your questions
This week we discuss:
What if Mike Zunino flops this year and is Johnathan Lucroy a viable replacement option?
Why don’t big USA players do the World Baseball Classic?
If you want to send us a question on any subject for the “People’s Voice”, send us yours on Twitter @SodoMojoFS or on Facebook! As always, we welcome constructive criticism on how to improve your listening experience.
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