Sorting Seattle Mariners Into Hogwarts Houses
What does it mean to be a Ravenclaw? Well, according to Pottermore, Ravenclaw’s value intelligence, knowledge, and wit. Basically, smart people, with quick wits and some wisdom that can be shared with other players.
Here is our list:
As is the case with most people, all these Mariners show qualities of other houses. However, I am extremely confident that Wade LeBlanc and Denard Span are properly sorted. Neither has great skills. Both have been around the block a few times. Both use their gained knowledge to outwit younger players.
Marco Gonzales might be the youngster of the group, but the genuine bond with LeBlanc only comes from sharing a Hogwarts house. Like they say, “birds of a feather, flock together”. Get it? Because its “Ravenclaw”? Huh?
Actually, the mascot for Ravenclaw is not a raven but actually a Golden Eagle. Why, do you ask? Well, it is believed… wait, no stay on track.
Scott Servais makes this list because, well, to be honest, I don’t know where else to put him. He certainly has wisdom, and can be witty and charming, but would I call him intelligent? Well yes, even though he drives me nuts most nights.
Jerry Dipoto was a difficult man to sort. He shows qualities of all 4 houses. But ultimately, when I think of Dipoto, the first adjective that comes to mind is intelligent. Of course, brave and hard-working came next, so it was a close call.